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Seven Factors to Consider When Selecting Linear Mechanics for a Vacuum Environment

When people hear the word vacuum, most think about the machines used to clean your home. However, there’s an entirely different meaning in manufacturing that helps enhance how we live our daily lives....
On October 18, 2017

How to Specify Precision Linear Mechanics for a Cleanroom Environment

A cleanroom is an environment maintained to ensure minimal levels of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapors. It is critical for...
On September 20, 2017

Choosing the Right Connector, Tubing and Accessories for Your Application - Part 1

Before the advent of thermoplastic fittings, the water conditioning industry was basically limited to brass, bronze, galvanized and copper tubing for connecting Point-of-Entry (POE) filters, softeners...
On September 5, 2017

Selecting a Thermal Management System Supplier for Aerospace and Defense Applications

Today’s sophisticated aerospace and defense electronic systems are driving significant increases in power densities, resulting in complex thermal management challenges. Advances in...
On August 29, 2017

New CPI FFKM Extends Seal Life, Solving Long Time Industry Challenge

For several years, one of the biggest drawbacks of “chemically resistant” FFKMs, or perfluoroelasters, has been their relatively poor compression set resistance. Typically, compounding these materials...
On August 9, 2017

New Thermal Gel Benefits Consumer and Automotive Applications

Careful management of thermal interfaces is crucial to maintaining the reliability and extending the life of electronic devices and equipment. As each new electronic product generation requires higher...
On May 23, 2017

Why Double the Seals has Double the Impact in Semiconductor Applications?

Graham Johnson, EMEA Product Manager for Parker Veriflo Ultra High Purity Fluoropolymer Valves, looks at the benefits of two point seal valves for semiconductor applications. The corrosive nature...
On October 20, 2016

Perfluoroelastomer Materials Tailored for Your Needs

The zenith of rubber material technology is in perfluoroelastomer compounds, also known as FFKM. Sometimes considered the rubber version of PTFE, a perfluoroelastomer contains a fully...
On August 2, 2016

Parker Complete Piping Solutions Receives ASME B31 Compliance

Complete Piping Solutions (CPS), Parker's non-welded piping systems business unit, is now ASME B31.1 and B31.3 code compliant. CPS locations globally, including our Houston, TX operation, can now bid...
On December 1, 2014

The Art of Spraying Electrically Conductive Paints

Electrically conductive coatings for plastic enclosure electromagnetic shielding are growing in popularity as concerns over weight increase for a variety of EMI applications in the military,...
On August 27, 2014

Fluid and Gas Handling Technologies and Key Markets

Fluid and gas handling is the technology of directing and containing fluids and gases. Parker connectors and hoses are critical to hundreds of applications.   Key markets Aerospace Agriculture Bulk...
On November 1, 2013

Process Control Technologies and Key Markets

Process control is the technology of regulating processes to provide stable and consistent output. Parker strengths include process instrumentation, semiconductor, power generation, medical and...
On July 1, 2013

Pneumatics Technologies and Key Markets

Pneumatics is the technology of controlling pressurized gases to create force and motion. Parker pneumatics enable and improve machinery performance. Key markets Automotive Bus Conveyor & material...
On June 1, 2013

Electromechanical Technologies and Key Markets

Electromechanical is the technology of controlling mechanical devices via electricity. Parker electromechanical systems and components improve precision and increase productivity. Electromechanical...
On January 20, 2010