Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies, is now one of ShipSupport’s trusted suppliers. With an impressive experience spans over 100 years, Parker Hannifin catalogue has been tailored especially for the maritime industry. Parker’s products are vital to virtually everything that moves!
When choosing ShipSupport’s online hydraulics assortment, Parker was an obvious choice based on the durability and performance of the product. Parker Hannifin assortment helps our clients to improve their entire vessel operation, lower the cost of ownership and reduce system downtime.
Browse this page to find out more about Parker Hannifin top-selling products, learn more about how to extend the lifetime of your cooling solution in the unique maritime environment. Parker Hydraulics technology is designed to withstand aggressive conditions. This makes our assortment of maritime spare parts suitable for our customers in dredging, offshore as well as mining industries, and beyond.
Keeping your filter system in good order can minimise a chance of costly repairs and even downtime. Parker filtration plays a vital part in water conservation and reclamation, with Parker reverse osmosis systems playing a major part in the desalination of brackish and seawater.
Parker Hannifin products are found on board of dredging vessels, offshore and mining industries. Parker’s worldwide reputation for leadership and innovation in filtration technology has been dedicated to developing quality filtration and separation products and systems for specific water treatment needs. Find the right filter for you directly on the Parker product page.
Cooling failure in hydraulic systems means automatic system shut down and unscheduled maintenance. The maintenance on cranes, ships and offshore wind turbines is extremely expensive to plan and the downtime costs money every minute. Therefore, it is important to have a supplier who can provide you with the correct technology to support your success.Read full article
There is an omnipresent demand for connecting hydraulic units with machines and equipment, both as part of new installations and in the overhauling of existing equipment. Although welded connections have been the traditional solution, there are a number of inherent problems with welded pipe joints that are driving demand for an alternative solution.Read full article