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Parker’s air filter elements include air-compressor, tube, channel air-flow, and standard- and extreme-performance axial-seal air-filter elements for preventing ambient contaminants from entering air compressors and engine combustion chambers. They are available in sizes and styles to fit most major brands of dust collectors and are supported by Parker’s global sales and service network.
Parker offers a great variety of angle valves in multiple sizes and configurations that are capable of handling air, inert gases, and liquids at varying flow-rates under a wide range of pressures and temperatures. Valves capable of handling slurry solutions or corrosive substances are also available.
Back-up rings are the most common anti-extrusion devices employed in dynamic and static sealing, designed to prevent the migration of sealing material into the extrusion gap under the system pressure. Parker offers a wide range of back-up ring geometries and materials to suit every seal type and application. They are open or closed shapes for snap assembly made of a broad range of compounds which are highly resistant to thermal or mechanical stress. Parker back-up rings help reduce costly downtime and ensure long-term functional reliability.
Parker supplies a comprehensive range of ball valves that control flow direction and support a diverse range of system requirements. Our ball valves are both reliable and economical when it comes to service and are available in various configurations and options. Within our ball valve range we have a range of different function capabilities and you can also choose from a selection of product materials to meet your requirements. We also have an impressive choice of seat and seal materials available.
Parker’s full line of high and low speed motors provide power ranging up to 15,000 inch-pounds of torque with speeds ranging from 1/2 rpm to 13,000 rpm. A complete range of sizes is offered in gear, gerotor, vane and piston style operating configurations. Fixed and variable displacement motors are available. Parker hydraulic motors deliver excellent performance with high efficiency, true wear compensation and longer service life.
Parker’s selection of brake motors includes a broad line of Fixed and variable displacement, high and low speed hydraulic motors capable of operating at various pressures, speeds, and torque levels and available in gear, gerotor, vane, and piston-style configurations. Parker hydraulic motors deliver excellent performance with high efficiency, true wear compensation, and long service life.
Parker brushless servo motors employ cutting-edge technology to deliver extremely high performance. We use innovative salient pole technology when manufacturing our brushless servo motors to achieve extremely high accelerations that can withstand high overloads without any risk of demagnetisation or detachment of the inbuild magnets. Our range includes compact brushless AC and DC servo motors that are proven to deliver 30% higher torques than standard brushless servo motors. We offer superior flexibility thanks to a wide range of motor frame configurations, flange and shaft options, feedback devices and winding options.
Buffer seals are primary seals in tandem sealing configurations. Designed to withstand pressure peaks from the system, Parker hydraulic buffer seals employ an unsymmetrical cross-section design and are often combined with anti-extrusion rings to prevent gap extrusion. State-of-the-art designs include a pressure-relief functionality from the low pressure side, addressing concerns related to drag-oil pressure trapped between the tandem elements. Our comprehensive selection of premium buffer seals are designed for use with hydraulic cylinders, providing excellent wear resistance, and high pressure capabilities. Parker buffer seals combine advanced polymer materials, such as PTFE or TPU with sophisticated product design.
Parker offers Butterfly Valves for use in abrasive fluids circulation including solid particles. Available in metallic material, these robust valves are ideal for isolating and regulating flow of fluids thanks to closing mechanism with rotating disk. Parker’s butterfly valves allow frequent operation with very low torque, no fluid retention areas and excellent mechanical performances therefore guaranteeing a long equipment life span. They can be easily adapted for use with auxiliary actuators.
Parker’s highly efficient, axial seal, cabin air filter elements help prevent contaminants and pollutants from entering vehicle cabins in heavy-duty, on-highway transportation, commercial truck and bus, agriculture, construction, power generation and other industrial applications.
Parker’s manifold cartridge valves are an innovative, yet simplified alternative to solenoid operators and stud mount valves. Our cartridge valves offer numerous features and benefits including a space-saving approach, less manifold machining for a lower manifold cost, and no manifold orifices to machine or press in. Additionally, cartridge valves are 100% tested and there are no loose parts; the sleeve, plunger, spring and orifice are pressed together as one unit.
Parker provides the industry’s widest selection of check valves, available in a variety of end connections. Our valves are used in a diverse range of applications, from air and fuel systems to load holding. Our check valves utilize a variety of media including oil, air, and water and are made from materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, brass, and carbon steel. Parker check valves employ economical metal seating or zero-leak seating, with elastomer seals using a custom-molded seat design.
Parker’s compressed air filter elements filter out contaminants such as rust, pipe scale, compressor lube oil, and water from compressed gases. Media choices range from Finite-standard UNI-CAST coalescers and high-temperature coalescers through bulk liquid removal, particulate-removal, and oil vapor (odor) removal filter elements.
Parker counterbalance valves are screw-in type cartridge valves that control the pressure at an actuator controlling its motion. Uses include controlling over-running loads in cylinders and motors.
In pneumatic cylinders, cushioning seals are part of a design that provides for controlled final position retardation. Up on approaching the final position, a tapered sleeve, firmly located on the piston rod, progressively closes off the open passage toward the line connection of the cylinder. In this phase of motion, the defluent medium is led via a, usually adjustable, needle valve, the adjustment of which controls the degree of stroke movement retardation. During reverse operation, the cushioning seal designs provide a non-return valve functionality and ensure free flow. Parker offers robust seal profiles, suitable for the harshest operating conditions and showing extreme wear and high-temperature resistance.