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Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC (DMS) – Detroit, MI The client end user, Detroit Manufacturing Systems LLC (DMS), needed a new installation for its startup vehicle component manufacturing facility in Detroit, MI. DMS contracted Larry Brinker Jr., vice president of L.S. Brinker Co. (LSB) of Detroit, MI, to construct a new compressor room, compressed air network, information technology studio and various commercial and industrial components.
Parker stands behind the Transair product line, which is why we prefer to use real world examples to demonstrate our aluminum piping system. The following case studies offer unique accounts into how a Transair piping system increased a company’s productivity and contribute to its bottom line.
Watts Water Technologies; Franklin, NH The client end user, Watts Water Technologies, needed a new installation in its forging plant, where it produces temperature and pressure valves. Watts initially specified steel for the installation because of the 6-inch header size. The contractor, Granite State Plumbing & Heating of Weare, NH, wanted to give Watts a value-added solution with a rebate back to the end user.
Able Engineering & Component Services – Mesa, AZ ACS had to consider several factors, including accessibility, noise, and ambient conditions, which can impact the precision of a sensor’s reading. While wired monitoring systems are proven to be effective and sturdy, they can be costly and are typically fixed once installed. Able needed a solution that is easily modified in the event of an expansion, and wouldn’t require additional wiring infrastructure. ACS recommended Parker’s SCOUT Technology condition monitoring system – a completely wireless, cloud-based advanced condition monitoring system that records data on five key performance metrics: pressure, power, temperature, humidity, and flow.
Nypro – Clinton, MA The client end user, Nypro, needed a Compressed Clean Dry Air (CDA) system for a 193,000-square-foot abandoned building that it was retrofitting for modern-day manufacturing. The facility would be used for manufacturing products for the medical industry, so the retrofit and the CDA system needed to be ISO 8-compliant, which has strict regulations regarding air- borne particulate cleanliness. In addition to meeting the regulations, the system had to be up and running within a six-month construction deadline. Nypro contracted William F. Lynch Co., Inc., of Worcester, MA, to design and install the CDA system. Mike Costa, a sales/customer service representative with F.W. Webb of Bedford, MA, was the project’s sales engineer