Instrumentation Fittings

Parker is the global leader in motion and control technologies, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. Parker can be found on and around everything that moves. At Parker we have an unmatched breadth and depth of products that originate from a global leadership position in nine core Motion and Control technologies that include aerospace, climate control, electromechanical, filtration, fluid and gas handling, hydraulics, pneumatics, process control, sealing and shielding. We can apply these products and technologies individually to solve customer challenges that are simpler, or we can combine them to develop systems that address challenges that are complex.

Parker Instrumentation Tube Fittings are designed as leak free connections for process, power, and a variety of instrumentation applications up to 150,000 PSI.  

ACI carries compression and other fittings made of brass, stainless steel, exotic metals, Teflon & various plastic polymer materials in a wide range of elbows, reducers, straights, tees, unions, and other fittings to meet our customers' needs.

Instrumentation Valves

Parker offers premium instrumentation valves available in a variety of types and configurations including ball valves, needle valves, check valves, plug valves, metering valves and others.  

Parker valves can be manual, motor actuated or solenoid air operated and electrically actuated, while mounting configurations can be sub-based, in-line or manifold.

Parker Instrumentation Product Overview and Training Videos:

Parker Bestobell Cryogenic Thermal Relief Valve -Overview 
Hydrogen Systems: Ensuring Quality of Materials | Parker Hannifin 
How Parker Bestobell Cryogenic Valves Add to the Circular Economy 
Parker's Instrumentation and Hydrogen Solutions | Parker Hannifin 
Parker's Hi-Pro Ball Valve for Performance and Reliability 
What is Parker Suparcase Ferrule Hardening Process? | Process Control 
Process instrumentation and Control - Dual Instrument Mounting Monoflanges 
What Is NORSOK? Explanation and Description for Instrumentation 
What is PREN (Pitting Resistance Equivalent Number)? - Instrumentation 
Instrumentation: Small Bore - Expert Train the Trainer (Part 2) 
Instrumentation: Increase Your Understanding of Small Bore Tubing Systems - Expert Train the Trainer 
Instrumentation: Material Certification
How to Assemble Tube Clamps for Small Bore Instrumentation Grade Tube (Snap Trap)
Instrumentation Group: Material Selection – What to take into consideration 
Instrumentation: 316 Stainless Steel versus 6Mo 
A-LOK Assembly of Twin Ferrule Fitting With Preassembly Tool 
How to Assemble the Hyferset for Two Ferrule Compression Fittings
How to Safely Remove Plugged Monoflange for Process Instrumentation 
Semiconductor Industry Applications for Instrumentation Products - Part2 (EN) 
Instrumentation Products Applied in Semiconductor Industry - Part1 (EN)
Parker EC79 Certificate Products for Use On Hydrogen Powered Vehicles 
How to Safely Remove Pressure Instrument for Calibration | Process Control 
How to Select Instrumentation Tubing | Process Control 
Parker's Superior Advantage | Parker Hannifin 
Introduction to Phastool | Phastite® Permanent Ferrule Less Tube Fittings 
Phastite® Permanent Ferrule Less Tube Fittings Installation | Demonstration 
Parker Tube Fitting Documentary - Phastite 
Parker R-Max™ Stream Switching System 
Parker Close Coupled Instrument Mounting System for Process Oil and Gas 
Ten Steps to Leak-Free Instrument Connections | Process Control 
Instrument Solutions for the Hydrogen Transportation Market