Quick Coupling Division

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Parker’s Liquid Cooling Couplings are being discussed at the SC20 Virtual Show. These couplings deliver leak-free experience for maximum performance and reliability for the liquid cooling of servers and supercomputers.

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GLOBAL LEADER OF QUICK CONNECT COUPLINGS – QUICK COUPLING DIVISION

Parker Quick Coupling Division is the largest manufacturer of quick couplings in the world, providing reliable solutions for the most demanding applications.

  • Hydraulic quick connect couplings
  • Pneumatic quick connect couplings
  • High-pressure thread-to-connect quick couplings
  • Non-Spill couplings
  • Check valves
  • Diagnostic equipment
  • IoT-based condition monitoring solutions

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Parker is here to support you before, during and after your purchase. Here are a number of resources to support your product or to provide you more information about our quick connect/disconnect couplings, diagnostic and condition monitoring products. If you do not find what you need, contact us directly.

CONNECT UNDER PRESSURE WITH SCREW-TO-CONNECT COUPLINGS

Parker's heavy duty threaded couplings are hydraulic quick connect couplings engineered to take the pressure and make the most demanding applications manageable. When you need to connect and disconnect hydraulic lines under pressure and without fluid loss, Parker has the solution.


FEM Series Redesign

FEM Series is Getting an Update

The FEM Series non-spill quick coupling minimizes hydraulic leaks and spills, keeping equipment in prime condition and at optimal performance under the most strenuous conditions.

With a new design the FEM Series has a new look with additional capabilities


MONITOR MACHINE PERFORMANCE WITH PARKER’S COMPLETE IOT-BASED SOLUTION

Parker’s IoT-based condition monitoring solution offers advanced technology in an easy to install and use package. The Parker complete system includes wireless sensors, gateways, software platforms, and customer support to monitor machines and get data remotely from the office or home. This allows maintenance teams to get critical data they need without interrupting production, avoiding unplanned downtime, correcting issues before they escalate and reducing risk.