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PRODUCTION • PROCESSING • HANDLING


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Wanja Galewsky & Ramiz Selimbasic discuss a fl exible piping system that off ers operators an alternative to in-house solutions


The CPS system is modular, allowing users to pick concepts from the design and engineering of the tube and fl ange system, through to their manufacture and installation


G


o it alone or get help from outside? T is question arises very early when processing complex on- and off shore projects. It makes


a lot of sense to look more closely at the service portfolios of potential suppliers. Part by part comparison of price and


performance is essential for making choices later. But the question also arises of whether the products under consideration are compatible with each other. On this point Parker off ers a comprehensive product range, from the soft sealing EO-2 and O-Lok connections


through to the F37 Parfl ange and high performance fl ange systems (HPF), with which most design jobs can be resolved. Every built-in component receives


its own identity through the Parker Tracking System (PTS) so that spare part procurement, in cases of repair or maintenance, is signifi cantly speeded up and simplifi ed.


Whilst the assembly of standard


fi ttings may be straightforward, end users processing large-bored tubes up to 273mm are often not in possession of the required machinery. Here the Parker


Complete Piping Solution (CPS) system is a useful alternative. T is concept off ers users freedom of choice to use (according to their needs) a meaningful proportion of this modularly designed system, from the design and engineering of the tube and fl ange system, through to their manufacture and installation at the assembly point. T e system has several service


centres worldwide in which tubes up to an outside diameter of 273mm and, depending on requirements, bending radius of 2xD to 3xD, can be produced


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