Every day Swagelok Company and our sales and service centers work directly with customers to fulfill their fluid system needs. Learn more about our work to deliver innovative, high-quality solutions in these stories from the field.
Read how Swagelok helped AGI Industries achieve leak-free performance at 15 000 psi for 13 500 potential leak points with Swagelok FK series valves and fittings.
Read how Swagelok helped an offshore oil operator reduce installation labor time and enhance overall performance by changing existing cone and thread connections with Swagelok's FK series fittings.
Swagelok’s Quality and Supporting System Contributes to Development of Highly Sensitive Gas Analysis Systems
At the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, researchers rely on Swagelok products in high-temperature, vacuum environments. Learn how Swagelok products are used in technologies that can gather, measure, and analyze gas components emitted from human breath or from the surface of vegetables.
Stainless steel tubing used on oil and gas platforms faces the threat of corrosion. Learn what can be done to mitigate corrosion in chemical inhibition, hydraulic lines, impulse lines, and utility applications and more in this article published in World Oil.
Learn how Swagelok helped AGI Packaged Pump Systems overcome some of the challenges of building chemical injection skids with the FKB series medium-pressure ball valve.
Explore the design, build, and testing of an atomic layer deposition (ALD) reactor for use with hydrogen sulfide in this paper by Stanford University researchers with assistance from Swagelok Company. Copyright 2010 American Institute of Physics. This article may be downloaded for personal use only. Any other use requires prior permission of the author and the American Institute of Physics. The article appeared in the Review of Scientific Instruments (Vol.81, Issue 4) and may be found at http://link.aip.org/link/?RSI/81/4/htmltoc. View PDF
To keep one of the world’s most powerful proton accelerators up and running for cutting-edge proton beam research, Professor Kazuhiro Tanaka, doctor of science for the Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC), relies on Nippon Swagelok FST and Swagelok® products.
When Energy Conversion Devices, manufacturer of UNI-SOLAR® flexible solar modules, needed to expand to meet increased demand, it required more of Swagelok than just components. Learn how our attention to detail in building complete assemblies made a difference.
When the HMS Ramsey required emergency repairs to its high-pressure air system, Britain’s Royal Navy turned to Swagelok. Quick response and expert technical recommendations from the Swagelok team meant smooth sailing in just over two weeks for the vessel.
Imagine a house that gets all of its energy for heating, cooling, and cooking from batteries that never require changing – batteries as reliable as the sun. That’s the way Mike Strizki describes the system he uses at his home in Hopewell, N.J.
Reliability and versatility are key reasons that one customer chooses Swagelok® products for his hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) units. Find out what role Swagelok tube fittings play in this mobile HBOT unit case study.
The city of Tokyo is experimenting with Dry Mist, a system for cooling rising temperatures by covering the city with a fog of ultra-fine water droplets that absorb heat. Swagelok is there to provide the tubing and fittings for the piping system used to generate Dry Mist.
Fresh Air Bay (FAB) refuge shelters can provide up to 96 hours of shelter for miners during a disaster. Manufactured by Pillar Innovations LLC and sold by Strata Products Inc., FABs’ vital air systems are supported by Swagelok components.
If you want to see something truly impressive, just look toward central China where you will have little trouble seeing the massive Three Gorges Dam. Swagelok is there already, helping to provide key operational data.
A longtime leader in maritime and shipbuilding applications, Swagelok helps ensure safe underwater exploration during the production of Academy Award-winning director James Cameron’s film “Aliens of the Deep.”