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          Welcome to Parker Autoclave Engineers Research Systems

          Parker Autoclave Engineers - Erie, PA

          Parker Autoclave Engineers

          Instrumentation Products Division

          Erie, Pennsylvania USA


          Parker Autoclave Engineer Research was founded by Fred Gasche in 1945 to fill a gap in the world of high pressure and high temperature technology. Parker Autoclave Engineers has created and produced many novel pressure vessel designs as well as made significant break throughs in high pressure technology such as the MagneDrive? magnetically coupled agitator. We have made these developments through commitments to constant innovation and hiring the best technical personnel available.


          Applications include:
          Downhole simulation, catalyst research, gas dispersion, liquid blending, solid suspension, monitoring and control of pressures, temperatures, mixing speed, gas flow, reactor functions, high-pressure pumping.

          Product Highlights

          Research Products Catalog
          New: June 2019
           URC II
          Universal Reactor Controller


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          Parker Autoclave U.R.C II Universal Reactor Controller

          Parker Autoclave Engineers MagnePump

          The URC II Controller is an integrated package utilizing a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) for all process control, monitoring and coordination in conjunction with a touch screen operator display unit. The URC II provides the operator with a concise point of control for all processes related to a reactor system. The unit controls and monitors the reactor’s external and internal temperatures, the speed of the mixture, and the pressure within the reactor.


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          Parker Autoclave Engineers MagnePumps eliminate or reduce many of the problems associated with conventional pumps, such as leakage, contamination and packing heat generation.


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