Parker Hannifin Corporation

Parker’s engineering expertise and broad range of core technologies uniquely positions the company to solve some of the world’s greatest engineering challenges. By partnering with customers, Parker improves their productivity and profitability and seeks new ways to solve humanity's biggest challenges.

The engineering in our products may not be visible, but every day you experience the results of our work on virtually everything that moves.
If you view the world as we do, through the lens of our broad range of motion and control technologies, you can see a vast number of engineering challenges that are yet to be solved and can make a meaningful difference in our lives.

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Webinar: Integrating Hydraulics and Electrical Drive Technologies

    Discussion of a new technology for hydraulic systems in modern industry.  The integration of hydraulics with electrical drive technologies can help reduce energy costs while providing more efficient and quieter machinery. Join us on June 6th to understand the basic principle, review a case study of the application and discuss the implications in [Read More]

How does extreme heat affect hydraulic hose?

In a previous posting, the editors at Fluid Power World discussed how ultra-low temperatures can play havoc with the performance of typical rubber hose. Hydraulic hose used at high temperatures faces performance issues too, but for different reasons. That’s because thermal exposure can cause aging of elastomers and plastics. (Other causes of aging include exposure […]

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Aerospace regulations can prove challenging for successful design projects

Edited by: Paul J. Heney, Editorial Director There’s a rough rule of thumb that’s widely observed in aircraft system design and development: It usually takes at least five years to go from the original concept of a new system to the point at which the FAA issues a Type Certificate, so that an actual aircraft [Read More]