Parker Hannifin Corp Precision Fluidics Division of Hollis, NH at COMPAMED 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA Trade Fair

Parker Hannifin Corp Precision Fluidics Division

26 Clinton Drive, 03049 Hollis, NH
United States of America

Telephone +1 603 595-1500
Fax +1 603 578-1507
ppfinfo@parker.com

Hall map

COMPAMED 2017 hall map (Hall 8a): stand M15

Fairground map

COMPAMED 2017 fairground map: Hall 8a

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Electrical and electronic components
  • 02.18  Motors, brushless DC

Motors, brushless DC

  • 05  Pumps
  • 05.05  Pumps, diaphragm

Pumps, diaphragm

  • 06  Valves
  • 06.07  Valves, miniature

Valves, miniature

  • 10  Equipment and technologies for laboratories and manufacturing
  • 10.01  Laboratory equipment
  • 10.01.14  Micro fluidics

Micro fluidics

About us

Company details

Parker Precision Fluidics is a leading supplier of miniature fluidic components and system solutions integral to the world’s medical instrumentation. Our engineers design motion and fluidic components to help save space and maintenance costs and to maximize performance. More equipment manufacturers turn to Parker when quality and reliability are critical to their instrument.

Parker provides medical device manufacturers with high speed miniature solenoid valves with extremely low leak rates for use in FDA-approved instruments. Our technical expertise and lean operations ensure product quality and reliability while minimizing costs.
Our brand of miniature inert liquid valves are known for dependable performance and compatibility with a wide range of media and operating conditions. When performance, quality and reliability are critical to your instrument, Parker valves are known for their dependable performance and compatibility in all operating conditions.

Parker’s miniature diaphragm air gas/liquid pump lines provide the highest flow per Watt available on the market. Applications range from portable battery powered devices, such as air sampling, to laboratory and medical instrumentation. Liquid Pump applications have higher fluidic resistance compared to gas/air due to being incompressible and of a much higher viscosity.
Reflecting over four decades of experience in the design and manufacture of precision instruments for the measurement of gas and liquid flow, Parker’s design principles are simple and straightforward, yet flexible enough to operate under a wide variety of process parameters.

Parker Precision Fluidics Markets
We provide systems and components for health care, hospitals, diagnostic and clinical laboratories. Analytical chemistry and clinical diagnostic markets include hematology, urinalysis, flow cytometry, mass spectrometry, gas and liquid chromatography. Learn More at www.parker.com/precisionfluidics

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