Swagelok Northwest (US) is the Swagelok authorized sales and service center for America's Pacific Northwest. We serve customers in Alaska, Oregon, Washington and the northern panhandle of Idaho, and we'd be happy to serve you, too. Please click here for information about our locations, contact information and hours of operation.
Swagelok Northwest associates support Race for the Roses again this year
It's time to dust off your running shoes and hit the pavement for Portland's annual Race for the Roses, the half-marathon, 10k and 5k race where all proceeds go to Albertina Kerr programs that help children and families in Oregon.
Swagelok Northwest and its associates have been actively involved in Albertina Kerr operations and programs since 2001, and each year, alongside countless other volunteers, Swagelok Northwest associates devote more than 1,000 hours collectively to produce this single event. One of these associates is longtime race volunteer Dan McGrath, who at Swagelok Northwest serves as our customer service and supply chain supervisor, based in our Portland branch.
Swagelok tube fitting advantage: Not all 316 stainless steel is created equal
Swagelok is known the world over for having tube fittings with outstanding design and product performance. We achieve this reputation through a commitment to innovation, robust product validation and manufacturing control. But without establishing material of the highest quality, none of these other commitments to producing a quality product would yield the same great results. Read more >
Engineered to never sit on the sidelines
The Seahawks obliterated the Broncos on Superbowl Sunday, but that wasn't the only thing that had us cheering. Swagelok Company ran its first Superbowl commercial. It aired in Ohio, but you can view it online here. Be sure to tell us what you think on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #SwagelokSuperbowl.
Customer news: Perry Technical Institute to expand Yakima campus
Perry Technical Institute, a private, non-profit technical school, announced earlier this month that it was embarking on a capital campaign to meet the needs of its growing student population. Enrollment is at an all-time high of 735 students, representing an 85 percent increase in just seven years. Moreover, students who want to join the next available cohort for the two-year Instrumentation & Industrial Automation Technology Program will have to wait until January 2015. Read more >