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Instrumentation Tubing

Parker produce many different types of tubing for a number of different materials, applications and medias. Their instrumentation tubing autoclave series is one of the most reliable in the industry and is used all over the world. With its high psi operating capability, and a range of different sizes, this instrument tubing is ideal for all your applications.

Instrumentation Tubing, Autoclave Series – 150,000 PSI

Parker Autoclave’s high pressure instrumentation tubing has been specifically designed to be used with Parker autoclave’s high pressure fittings and valves. This unique feature matches the high pressure tubing to the complete line of fittings and valves provided by Parker Autoclave. The tubing is rated up to an impressive 150,000 psi and the high-pressure tubing can be used for Specialty fluid handling components in different industries. This tubing uses Parker Autoclave’s Series F high-pressure connection and is available in various sizes and pressure ratings.

Instrument Tubing, Autoclave Series – 30,000 PSI Sour Gas Service

Parker Autoclave’s high pressure stainless steel instrument tubing has been designed for use with Parker’s Sour Gas Service (SOG) fittings and valves. The SOG package of components is rated up to 30,000 psi. This high-pressure tubing is used in Oil and Gas industries as fluid handling components where H2S is present. This tubing comes in a variety of different pressure ratings and sizes for optimal performance and is also available with standard API Test and gauge connections.

Tubing, Autoclave Series – 15,000 PSI

Parker Autoclave’s low pressure instrument tubing has been created to utilise the proven Speed bite connection. This low pressure package can be designed with Parker Autoclave tubing and a fitting, which will utilise a single ferrule compression sleeve for systems up to 15,000 psi. This connection provides fast, easy make-up and reliable bubble-tight performance, in a variety of gas or liquid service applications.

Call us on +44(0)118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk for more information about our Instrumentation Tubing range.

Instrumentation Tubing

Parker Instrumentation Tubing

The range is manufactured to ASTM A269 specifcation from a wide choice of alloys and available in both metric and imperial dimensions. For more information on the range please contact sales on 0118 970 2060.

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