The long view for process instrumentation
Parker Instrumentation presented a unique perspective on the future of process instrumentation at Offshore Europe 2007. The company's far-sighted focus on innovating instrumentation, tube fitting, valve and manifold products offers implementation approaches with radical reductions in emissions, risk and lifecycle costs.
More than five years of sustained innovation is allowing Parker to offer process instrumentation engineers radical alternatives to instrument connection techniques that in some cases have been used for decades. Eliminating leak paths and providing threadless connections are techniques that are common to many of the company's advances.
"Technological advances are proving critical in combating the risk, cost and emissions challenges facing today's instrumentation system designers," says Parker Instrumentation's marketing manager Sheldon Banks. "Too many suppliers believe that progress is simply the continual reduction in the production cost of 'industry standard' fittings, valves and manifolds. These suppliers are missing the point. Our display targeted a radical change in the thinking of instrumentation system designers, one that says that innovation can extend beyond the high-tech areas of sensors and electronics, and right through the mechanical interface to the process as well."
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