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Gas Box Piping: How To Determine the Right Pipe Material

A gas box offers immense benefits to OEMs in a range of industries including those in life sciences, medical devices, semiconductors, and alternative energy. It can speed up production by keeping up a steady pressure of application gases flowing to workstations throughout the production floor. The gas box can also speed up changeover capabilities andRead more

Orbital Welding

Why Manufacturers Turn to Orbital Welding for Their Components

With the variety of welding services that are available, selecting the best process for every application can be confusing. Should the application utilize manual TIG welding due to the large welds that are required for the piping size? When should orbital welding services be considered? Let’s take a closer look at when manual TIG weldingRead more

Contract Manufacturing Companies Provide Prototype Assemblies for New Design Innovations

To remain competitive in the manufacturing sector, OEM companies are constantly introducing new product lines to appeal to customers or extend reach in the marketplace. However, these new product lines can put manufacturers in a design and engineering bind. New product lines require the development of the machinery, equipment and other complex assemblies to createRead more

Metal manufacturing Allows for the Creation of Superior Manifold Devices

In manufacturing processes in the chemical, alternate energy, or biomedical life science industries, there are instances where gas or liquid must be distributed to different sources after it enters a centralized pipe or piece of equipment. Additionally, the flow of these liquids and gases might have to be kept at a various rates; certain productionRead more

Understand the Gas Characteristics to Design the Right Gas Cabinet

Designing gas cabinets to hold cylinders is an effective way of employing a centralized gas delivery system for workers and ensuring an easier way to change out spent cylinders without hampering production. When considering adding, repairing or improving a gas cabinet, manufacturers need to keep in mind the special characteristics of each type of gasRead more

What is Process Piping and How Does it Differ from Plumbing?

When we talk about gases, water, chemicals and other liquids passing through pipework and components, we usually refer to that pipework as plumbing. Yet in many instances in the manufacturing world, the pipes that are used in the transmission of fluids and gases may actually be considered process piping instead.Read more

Contract Manufacturing Companies Helping Chemical Industries Lower Their Repair Downtime

Chemical manufacturing industries are producing chemicals at great rates for a wide variety of applications and products used by other companies around the globe. Some of these chemical processes are going through immense pressures and temperatures that can quickly wear out pipe and tubing systems running from storage tanks, transportation processes, and holding facilities.Read more

Complex Assembly Services

Why Are Manufacturers Struggling with Component Quality Control?

It only takes one defective component to potentially damage intricate manufacturing equipment or to produce damaged products that can’t be shipped to customers and clients. Quality components is a top priority for all manufacturers, especially for those in the semiconductor and chemical manufacturing industries.Read more

Life Science Industries Relying on Component Manufacturing For System Solutions

Life science industries, such as pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, are constantly analyzing and creating innovations to further help and take care of people. Such innovations are changing our world for the better. However, for life science OEMS, many companies may be on the verge of designing new and never-before-seen technologies and systems. These systems mustRead more

Reorganize The Equipment in Your Workspace with Tube Bending Capabilities

As technologies advance, OEM companies are investing in newer pieces of equipment that can help speed up their production runs, increase productivity, and provide cost solutions to their operations. Yet connecting new equipment into legacy component systems and existing workplace spaces can be a trying task. Connecting tubes and pipes that transport gas, liquid, waterRead more