Properly assembling your fitting connections help to ensure that
your systems install and stay leak-free. This is why we have
started a series of assembly posts/videos featuring the proper
On September 6, 2018
Considering the variables that require attention in the design and
installation of a fluid conveyance system, it is no wonder that
hydraulic system engineers, operators and technicians are...
On June 5, 2018
In the fields of mobile technology and also in maritime and
industrial applications, there is a rising demand for system
solutions with the corresponding know-how, for the manufacture of
On May 9, 2018
Having potable water at our fingertips is something many of us take
for granted. For those in facility management, this can be a
significant challenge. Water pressure, temperature,...
On December 14, 2017
Potable water systems, whether in water filtration, beverage
dispensing, life science, bottling or semiconductor are much more
than the sum of their individual parts. A thorough analysis of...
On December 13, 2017
When a customer asks me which fitting to use, I start by asking for
more details about the application. Some of the things I tell them
to consider are ease of installation, temperature, reusability,...
On September 19, 2017
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,
On September 5, 2017
Creating reliable and leak-free connections should always be a
primary goal for any hydraulic system. There are many different
types and styles of fittings from which to choose. Regardless of
On August 31, 2017
PTFE convoluted tubing is used when customers need a very flexible
tube that can withstand constant flexing, for high-temperature
fluid handling applications and for applications where other wires
On August 31, 2017
History is littered with examples of how cutting corners has led to
near or actual disaster. Despite advances in instrumentation and
tubing, small bore tubing assemblies still represent the...
On August 8, 2017
The tiniest equipment components are as critical as those a
thousand times their size. Particularly under extreme conditions,
every link in the chain, big or small, is on trial. The fluid
On June 15, 2017
Selecting materials for a given application is one of the main
design steps towards a safe and cost efficient system, yet a
commonly overlooked stage, mainly performed from a purely...
On May 31, 2017
From surgical equipment to cooking pans to skyscrapers, stainless
steel has transformed the world as we know it today. Stainless
steel is present in our daily lives and has made a significant
On May 10, 2017
Hydraulic hose is more complicated than it seems. There are many
factors that go into designing, manufacturing, and testing
high-quality hydraulic hoses. At Parker Hannifin Hose Products
On March 30, 2017
Originally manufactured for race and high-performance sports cars,
a front spoiler is integrated into the front bumper of a vehicle
and is aerodynamically designed to increase down-force — the...
On March 29, 2017
Though often underestimated, tube end preparation is one of the
most critical processes in obtaining an optimum seal of any
flanged, brazed, flared or preset tube end connection. When
On March 28, 2017
The surge of activity in new combined cycle power plant
construction, retrofit, and expansion has led to a greater need for
engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services. Busy...
On December 1, 2016
Air blowing activities consume almost half of all compressed air
used in plants and can often become an unrecognized burden on a
business’s resources. One of the largest soft drinks...
On December 1, 2016
Although you might not think of it right away, assuring adequate
tube line support is critical to keeping hydraulic, pneumatic or
lubrication systems efficient, leak-free and easy to maintain. Once
On July 5, 2016
Hydraulic, pneumatic or lubrication systems should be efficient and
leak free. Sometimes, they are not, because of improper tube line
routing—the result of either lack of knowledge, or corners cut...
On March 24, 2016