8,000 Minds | 1 Handshake - The Power of the Swagelok Network
Our ENGINEERED TO PERFORM Webinar Series provides you with industry-leading experts to help you solve your day-to-day challenges. We strive to be a partner that walks along your journey with you. We truly understand the fluid system engineering field so we understand your challenges. We want to not only partner with you but see that you succeed.
Elastomer Seal Webinar: A discussion on compatibility and safe selection
Swagelok Michigan | Toledo invites you to join us for a special FREE webinar on Elastomer Seals. This webinar is designed for anyone tasked with safely specifying or selecting the correct products and seals for their applications or are actively involved with seeking alternative materials to enhance product and systems. It is also well suited for anyone wishing to gain a greater understanding of seal fundamentals.CLICK HERE TO WATCH
Regulator Behavior: Troubleshooting, Selection, and Use with Jon Kestner
This regulator discussion will center on common regulator behaviors while installed within typical applications. We will cover topics like creep, supplied pressure effect and Joule-Thomson in detail. Following the session, attendees should be able to recognize and troubleshoot these behaviors in the field as well as identify regulator selections that can minimize these effects.
Pressure Regulator Performance: A discussion of Lock-up, Droop and Choked Flow with Jon Kestner
Understanding pressure regulator performance is critical to successfully designing, installing and operating an effective fluid system. This session will focus on the core aspects of pressure regulator performance: lock-up, droop and choked flow. In discussing these topics, we will also cover the operating theory of regulators in order to better understand what drives these key performance characteristics.
Hose Advisory Webinar: Extend the Life of Your Critical Operations
Failed hose assemblies require time and resources that you just don’t have. We also know that hoses are often the most overlooked element—and among the most critical—of manufacturing operations