Parker’s New Carbon Steel
Hand Valves and Manifolds Offer a Cost-Effective Solution for Industrial
Parker Hannifin Corporation is now offering hand valves and two-, three- and
five-valve manifolds in carbon steel, a more economical material than stainless
steel. Developed by Parker’s Instrumentation Products Division (IPD), the new
series provides an ideal solution for natural gas transmission lines, as well as
other chemical/petrochemical and power industrial instrumentation applications
that don’t require the extreme performance of stainless steel.
6,000 psig (414 bar) to provide system flexibility when selecting process valves
for a variety of applications. They are designed to work with Parker’s
industry-leading A-LOK® and CPI™ fittings, as well as other manufacturers’
products. An external adjustable gland allows for full adjustment of the stem
packing without removal of the valve from the system. Handles are color-coded to
quickly and easily identify valve functions – including test/drain, equalize,
and isolate – thereby avoiding errors and increasing safety.
providing a cost-effective option for applications that don’t demand the extreme
performance of steel,” commented Kevin Burke, Parker IPD Marketing Manager.
“Additionally, local assembly and testing in Texas mean customers can count on
receiving excellent customer service and product availability.”
manifolds or other Parker Instrumentation products please contact Forberg Scientific customer service.