Stop by Our Booth at the Global Petroleum Show

Posted by Alecia Robinson on Thu, May 25, 2017 @ 14:05 PM

Here's a chance to get your hands on some of our products in June


Stop by booth 1076 at the 2017 Global Petroleum Show to see your local Swagelok associates and learn about our product offerings. You can register to attend the show for free until June 5th!

June is almost here, and that means it's time again for the annual Global Petroleum Show, running from June 13 through 15 in Calgary. We'll be on hand to show off some of our Swagelok components, as well as the skills of our Custom Solutions department in creating various assemblies.

For instance you can see our Tap To Transmitter assembly, a collection of Swagelok process instrumentation components that includes a transmitter to send data back to the control room. The entire assembly can be built locally for you by your authorized Swagelok distributor.

You also can check out our rotating seal panels. The biggest single cause of pump failure is the shaft seal, responsible for 39 percent of all failures. And the average shaft seal costs about $5,000. Multiply that by the number of pumps on site, and you can see that it pays to keep those seals lubricated so that they'll last longer. We can create panels to do the job. Take a look when you visit our booth and we'll be glad to answer any questions about them.

While Swagelok made its name with tubing and tube fittings, the company also makes many larger scale products for process piping, typically anything with more than a two-inch diameter. Take a look at some of our flanges and valves at our booth.

Then let us show you our grab sample modules. We've written about them before on our blog. You'll get a chance to see the various options in person, twist some handles and otherwise satisfy your curiosity.

If you don't feel like conversation, we'll have some videos to watch too.

Where to find us

If you've been to the Global Petroleum Show before, you'll find us in exactly the same spot. If it's your first time, look for booth 1076, right inside the doors of Hall A. We'll have 16 people manning the booth in shifts, so you will find a knowledgeable fluid system expert any time from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the first two days, and until 5 p.m. on the third day.

We do our best to have some senior representatives in the booth at all times, so you can have a serious conversation and expect to come away with some solid information. If we can't answer your question on the spot, we'll get your contact information and get back to you as soon as we can.

It's one thing to look at our products online. It's another to physically put your hands on it and have a face-to-face conversation with someone who knows the product well.

So stop by, say hello, and gather some free information and expertise from your Swagelok experts. Register to attend the show before June 5th and the registration fee is waived.

Additional resources

In a hurry or have a question? Please click here to get in touch - we respond fast! Or call 780.437.0640.


Topics: Q&A, Sample Systems, Custom Solutions, Events

Fluid Distribution Headers Save Space And Time

Posted by Alecia Robinson on Wed, May 03, 2017 @ 14:05 PM

Get the configuration you want and get it quickly from Edmonton Valve & Fitting


Fluid Distribution Headers are common components used in a variety of gas and liquid applications. Download a free copy of the the FDH catalogue one of the many preassembled subsystems available from Edmonton Valve & Fitting. 

When you have multiple fluid lines serving the same purpose, a fluid distribution header can be a great way to organize everything and save space. It has an inlet on one end, a drain on the other end, and multiple outlets on the sides. Typically, it has a main isolation valve and several outlets, each with its own isolation valve. For potentially wet gases, such as compressed air or steam, the header can be installed vertically with a drain valve at the bottom.  For liquid service, install it vertically, with the supply entering at the bottom and the top valve acting as a vent for removing trapped air or allowing air in for draining during maintenance.

Maybe you have a cleaning station where you need to handle a half-dozen cylinders at the same time. Maybe you need an instrument air header, or an LP steam header. Consider it any time you have multiple runs coming off the same input. Run the fluid in the opposite direction, and a fluid distribution header can serve as a collection manifold.

Two mounting brackets allow you to mount the header on an aluminum plate, a steel stand, or a piece of pipe.

Space and time

The compact design is only one advantage over trying to accomplish the same job with pipe or tubing and separate components. It also has fewer connection points, meaning less opportunity for a leak to appear.

Ordering a fluid distribution header from Edmonton Valve & Fitting also saves you a day of work putting all the parts together. Because we assemble fluid system components all the time, we have the tools and the expertise to do it right. We also test every fluid distribution header that we make with nitrogen at 250 psi, plus liquid leak detector. We can do hydro testing up to 1,000 psi if you like.

And the entire assembly comes under a single part number, making it easy to order.

Locally made

Swagelok's fluid distribution headers are available in 1-inch and 2-inch sizes. The 1-inch platform is good for working pressures up to 3,000 psi, while the 2-inch platform can handle up to 1,000 psi. The extruded manifold body design features squared sides that mount solidly and prevent twisting. It can be ordered with 2 to 16 branch outlets, with or without valves, so you can add ports as needed without welding.

You get two more advantages when you order a fluid distribution header from Edmonton Valve and fitting. First, we're happy to customize it for your particular needs. For instance, you can order the header with instrumentation ball valves, process ball valves, integral bonnet needle valves or plug valves. We can put the outlets all on one side, if you like, and fit it with a variety of connection types. We can join two headers to handle 18 lines.

The second advantage is that, because we assemble them right here in Edmonton, you can get them quickly. If you chose a standard configuration, we can turn it around in a few days. Tell us the details of what you need through our website or by calling 780-437-0640.

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Topics: Valves, Custom Solutions

Cylinders Are a Must For Grab Sample Systems

Posted by Alecia Robinson on Thu, Jan 26, 2017 @ 13:01 PM

They are safe, strong, easy to clean, and feature several convenient options


When it comes to Grab Sample Systems, sample cylinders offer a leak-tight sample containment solution for transporting gases and liquids that are under pressure. Our cylinders come with a variety of options and accessories, to find out more click below.

Sample Cylinder Download

Grab sample systems typically use one of two methods to transport the sample from the process line or pipeline to the lab for analysis: metal cylinders or glass bottles. Today we'll look at metal cylinders.

You'll need a cylinder any time you need to transport a liquid under pressure, and any time you need to transport gas whether it's under pressure or not. Even when you don't have to transport a liquid under pressure, it may be worth doing anyhow. Some chemicals will evaporate or fractionate if they aren't transported under pressure. That could affect the accuracy of your analysis.

Rugged construction

Our sample cylinder bodies are made of seamless tubing for consistent wall thickness, size, and capacity. The smooth internal neck transition eliminates trapped fluids. That makes them easy to clean in the lab before sending them back out into the field without having to worry about contaminating the next sample.

You have your choice of quick connect fittings, which make the cylinders easy to put in a grab sample panel so that you can extract the sample quickly.


Edmonton Valve & Fitting offers five standard cylinder sizes from 150cc to 1,000cc. You can get them with optional bypass tubes for purging. Other options include handles, rupture discs and outage tubes.

Rupture discs prevent complete depletion of the sample cylinder. Outage tubes provide a vapor space in cylinders containing liquefied gasses. That way, the liquid in the cylinder has a place to expand if the temperature rises. Without enough vapor space, even a small increase in temperature can cause the liquid to expand and dramatically increase the pressure. The length of the outage tube determines the amount of vapor space.

Internal cylinder surfaces also can be electropolished and coated with PTFE to provide a nonstick surface, which further aids in cleaning.

As more industries bring additional analytical equipment online, it becomes more important to have quality sample stations that can accurately capture the process for later analysis. A grab sample cylinder is a key component. 

Additional resources

In a hurry or have a question? Please click here to get in touch - we respond fast! Or call 780-437-0640


Topics: local expert, Sample Systems, Custom Solutions

Are Your Fluid Systems Skating on Thin Ice?

Posted by Katie Reid on Thu, Sep 29, 2016 @ 10:09 AM

Our new white paper explains some best practices for reducing risk


When we think about reducing risk in the workplace, we often picture people wearing safety goggles and hard hats. While those are good practices to prevent physical injury, there are other kinds of workplace risk to deal with. Some of them involve how your fluid systems are designed, fabricated and assembled.

It starts with parts

Obviously, low-quality parts introduce one kind of risk. But even high-quality parts can cause problems if you can't get them quickly, or if the materials aren't compatible with the fluids in your system. Then there's the question of the design itself. Two designs might both get the job done, but one may have too many potential leak points or take up too much space.

The risks also extend beyond the efficient operation of your fluid system. Think of the risk to your company's reputation if you can't deliver what your customers are expecting.

Our six-page paper, available here as a free download, looks at these risk in detail and lays out some of the ways a company can reduce them.

Careful planning

If your company rarely has to design, fabricate and assemble its own systems, this white paper will help you consider some of the less-visible challenges involved. If your company frequently designs, fabricates and assembles, this white paper can be a useful tool for improving performance.  

The smartest way to deal with a risk is before it blossoms into a problem. But you have to know what to look for. Download our white paper today for some insight from the experts in fluid systems.

Download Risk Whitepaper


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Topics: Value Added Services, Q&A, Sample Systems, Custom Solutions

Let's Talk About Tagging

Posted by Katie Reid on Thu, Sep 01, 2016 @ 11:09 AM

(But not the spray-paint kind.) A tag makes sure that vital information always stays with the component


Pictured above is an example of a custom tag that has been done up for hose. Important information is included for a quick reference for tracking and repurchasing. Get in touch with us today for you tagging needs.

Imagine you are giving your systems a quick once-over, and your eye falls on a hose. Has it been in service long enough that you should think about replacing it? What's it made of? Who made it? If you wanted to order another one, what's the part number?

If someone was thoughtful enough to tag the hose, you'll have all that information right at your fingertips.

Why you should tag

A tag is a simple way to keep vital information about a component right there with the component. You never know when that information might be needed in the future, and you never know who is going to need it. With a tag, anyone who needs the information will have it right away.

With a good tag, it's easy to track your parts and reorder them. A tag can tell you the part number, the purchase order number, install date, maybe even specs such as its working pressure and temperature. We'll put Edmonton Valve & Fitting's name on the tag if you buy directly from us, or the name of an intermediary that sells the part. If you have an urgent need to replace a hose, we've been able to get one out the door in less than an hour when the customer has been able to give us the tag information.

A tag also can be useful if you are gathering parts in a holding area prior to assembly. The tag can include a separate number for each valve, flow meter or other part. That way it's easy to check them off a list as they are installed.

If an inspector comes through and sees the part's CRN number on a tag, they'll know it's good to go without having to check it.

How we tag it

Stainless steel tags are by far the most common. Think of a soldier's dog tags, and you'll have the basic idea. We use a laser engraver to burn the information on a small piece of stainless steel, punch a hole in the tag and attach it with a wire to the part.

Lamacoids are also a popular choice. It's basically a sheet of plastic with two layers in different colors, typically a dark color on top and white underneath. In this case, the laser engraver burn away the top layer, resulting in clear white letters and symbols (though we have multiple color combinations to choose from). If you can type it out, we can put it on a Lamacoid label, including descriptions of the part and lists of safety precautions. We’ve even photocopied a drawing and loaded it into our system as an image to be burned into the Lamacoid. The plastic has a sticky back for easy adhesion on flat surfaces, making this a popular choice for panels. We've done Lamacoid tags as small as one square inch and as large as a standard sheet of paper.

There are other types of tags that usually show up on hoses. We can use self-adhesive labels, matte tags that can be color-coded, and Perma Tags with up to five lines of information and protected by a silicone gel and sleeve. We also offer a lanyard tag.

What we tag

We tag hoses, panels, regulators, valves, cylinders, and assemblies such as steam lances — nearly anything you want to order. While we're sure there are a few objects that can't be tagged, we probably can find a solution from among our various options.

We can also help you keep track of information through the use of tags. For example, we keep a spreadsheet of all the hoses we build for a customer, and assign a serial number to each. The tag will have the number, so all you need to do is read it off to us and we can tell you exactly what you have.

Adding a tag doesn't affect the delivery time, and it doesn't add much to the cost. In fact, it saves you time and labour because you won't have to track down information.

Since you're already reading this, you don't even have to track down Edmonton Valve & Fitting either. Just tell us what kind of tag you want, and what information you want on it, and we'll do the rest - get in touch today!

Topics: Custom Solutions, Hoses, Regulators

Operational Best Practices for Swagelok’s Grab Sample Stations

Posted by Katie Reid on Wed, Aug 03, 2016 @ 15:08 PM

Our Custom Solutions Department builds it; you get top performance out of it


Interested in seeing how the grab sample module works? This module is availabe for viewing through our Custom Solutions department - get in touch with us to see it in person or download the PDF for more information.

We've written before about the advantages of a Grab Sample Station from Edmonton Valve & Fitting. It's a great way to get samples at the right conditions for analysis, and be able to assess it quickly.

A Grab Sample will have all the features mounted on a single panel, including our geared valve assembly for safe sampling, quick connect couplings for repeatable connections, hose for flexible connection to the sample cylinder, a pressure gauge for identification of pressure release, and a cylinder support.

Leave some space

Regardless of the type of container used for manual sampling of petroleum and petroleum products, the sample container should be large enough to contain the required sample volume without exceeding 80 percent of the container capacity. For a sampling of liquefied petroleum gases, for example, purge the container and fill it with liquid, then vent liquid so that 80 percent or less of the liquid volume remains.

To avoid contamination, don't mix old and new streams. And never sample a liquid close to its flashing point or boiling point. Transport and sample a gas above its dew point. The faster you analyze the sample the better. Aim for one minute or less.


For manual gas sampling, first connect the sample cylinder to the Grab Sample Station with quick connects. Next, connect the hose to the sample cylinder with quick connects. In Sample mode, the system pressure will increase. You capture the sample by closing the cylinder valves. Then vent off the system pressure and disconnect the sample cylinder. Close the loop by connecting the hose stem into the quick connect body.

For volatile liquid sampling, you need a low flow to fill up the cylinder. Be aware that low flow pressure can vapourize the light components, changing the composition of the sample.

Remember, we make the Grab Sample Stations right here in Edmonton to your order. We can add a purge option, and we have a couple of different pressure relief options too. We'll be glad to talk with you about your specific needs and help you make the right choices. To help get you started, download the Grab Sample Module PDF here. 


Topics: Sample Systems, Custom Solutions

Seek Suppliers That Help You Prepare for Recovery

Posted by Katie Reid on Thu, Jul 14, 2016 @ 08:07 AM

Slower times can be the ideal time to get ready for future growth


Whether its a single time visit or contracted scheduled visits, when it comes to auditing or surveying your system, work with our team to meet your needs. We also offer specialized tube fitting and bending courses once a month, among other training opportunities for your company.

After nearly two years of slumping oil prices, a lot of companies are looking at any possible way to tighten their belts. That only makes sense. It's important, though, to cut costs carefully.

Writing recently for JWN Energy, supply chain specialist Robert Porter Lynch warned against broad cutbacks.

"You may end up slicing and dicing your very best supplier who's loyal, has trained people, has systems in place, does the job meticulously, never has a safety violation, and produces the highest amount of productivity per labour hour that you pay them," said Lynch, CEO of Warren Co. It's smarter to instead focus on protecting value.

Adding value

For example, many customers have had to make do with a smaller workforce. With fewer people to handle the work, it's important that they know how to do more than one job. We offer specialized hands-on training in tube fitting and installation. We also have Swagelok University with more than 130 interactive industrial training courses you can take right at your desk. They come with audio and video, covering scientific fundamentals, plant operations, safety and more.At Edmonton Valve & Fitting, we take that idea a step further. We can help our customers make use of the slow times to make themselves stronger for the inevitable economic recovery.

Then there's equipment. It's hard to justify buying new tools on a tight budget, especially if they won't be used frequently. A lower-cost alternative is to rent the tools you need, only when you need them. We have them, the most popular being our bench-top tube bender. Other tools in our rental inventory include orbital welders, hydraulic swagers, and tube straighteners. We can also throw in some training so you can use the equipment safely and with confidence.

Inventory can tie up a lot of money, both for the parts themselves and for staff to manage that part of the business. Edmonton Valve & Fitting can help with both elements. Use us for inventory management, and we'll visit periodically to check what you have in stock, draw up an order for what you need, and have the products delivered. We also can set you up for consignment inventory, where you pay as you go. The inventory stays on your premises, ready to use, but not on your books until you need it. We evaluate your current usage, set minimum and maximum inventory levels, and establish ordering procedures.

No assembly required

A lean staff usually means there's no extra capacity when you need to create sub-assemblies for fluid systems. Our Custom Solutions department can serve as your extra hands. We have the space, the special tools and the expertise to handle everything from simple welds to complex manifolds, and custome hose assemblies. We also test everything before we send it to you.

From leaks to solutions

Even compressed air leaks can cost money. The air may be free, but the compression isn't. We've found that, on average, uninspected systems are losing 25 percent to 30 percent of their compressed air through leaks. When was the last time you got your system inspected?Steam systems will waste money if they aren't run efficiently. But how do you know what shape yours is in? By having us come out and take a look at it. We can spot the leaks, check steam traps, point out problems and suggest solutions.

Get ready, get set

We've been through enough business cycles to notice that companies bounce back faster when they think about the long term. They may cut back during the lean times, but they keep core elements as strong as possible. They try to hold on to highly skilled workers. They strive for maximum efficiency. They don't sacrifice quality, because they know in the long run it won't save them anything.

We want your business to thrive, and aim to be a valued-partner in sustaining your business during these economic times. Let us help you get there - talk with to one of our associates today.

Topics: Training, Value Added Services, Sample Systems, Custom Solutions, People

Thanks For Another Great Year At The ISA Show

Posted by Katie Reid on Thu, Apr 28, 2016 @ 13:04 PM

Glad to see you at last week's show and in case you weren't there, here's a recap of what went down

  Day 1: Account managers working the EVF booth.

Thanks to all of you who visited our booth this month at the ISA Automation Expo & Conference at the Northlands Edmonton Expo Centre. We're always impressed at the number of visitors who pick us out from among the 175 or so exhibitors who gather every other year. (Yes, it's one of the largest automation events in North America.)

Smart stuff

The big hit of our small part of the show was our presentation onSmart systems, hosted by Edmonton's own Swagelok field engineer Stacey Phillips. "Smart" means the device collects data, not only saving you time but giving you information you couldn't collect before. That means you can spot trouble before it happens. Our ICM product and PTX transducers let you compile enough useful data to develop trend analyses for predictive maintenance.

  Smart product demonstrations hosted by Swagelok field engineer Stacey Phillips. 

The ICM product’s embedded script processor and on-board library of scripts let you run standard routines and adjust them, even while your process is running. Our intrinsically safe PTX series pressure and temperature transducer is a single component that can make multiple measurements. Besides offering fast response, this sensor design needs no oil-filled cavities and requires no recalibration.

Other featured Swagelok products at the ISA show included some of the handiwork of our Custom Solutions department, such as our fast loop modules (FLM), field distribution headers (FDH) and a grab sample panel. We also had hose, our RHPS and K Series regulators, and flow meters on display.

Insights from Mafiaboy

We went to the ISA show to work, but we also got some benefits from attending. A few associates (including me) were able to attend a luncheon where the speaker was Michael Calce. Most people knew him as “Mafiaboy” when, as a teenager in 2000, he hacked into the websites of major organizations such as Amazon, CNN, Yahoo, and Dell and brought them to a screeching halt.

Calce was arrested and did time. Now he uses his talent and expertise as a consultant helping to improve computer security.


Edmonton Valve & Fitting can't offer much advice in the way of computer security, but we know plenty about fluid systems, including how to keep them running strong and leak-free. Remember, you can always contact us here if you need further assitance: Ask Us.

We are a proud sponsor of the ISA Automation Expo and Conference and we look forward to returning in 2018 - it will be here before you know it! 

Topics: Sample Systems, Custom Solutions, Events

What a Smart Idea: A Sampling System with a Brain

Posted by Katie Reid on Fri, Apr 15, 2016 @ 13:04 PM

Save on labour costs by letting the equipment report information straight to you

  Our Smart products will tell you what's going on with your sampling system, making you more proactive vs. reactive. Learn more by downloading the PDF on Swagelok's Smart products and systems. 

The chemical and petrochemical industry faces a lot of operational challenges these days. Seasoned analytical engineers and technicians are retiring. Changing economic conditions put pressure on companies to trim payroll and become more efficient. It's time to re-evaluate standard practices and find better ways to get the work done.

For instance, many facilities send technicians out to check conditions at every analyzer house in a plant. But a report from the Fieldbus Foundation showed that 63 percent of routine process maintenance checks find nothing wrong. There's no need for repair, or even maintenance work.

So why devote all that labour to a sampling handling system that’s not causing problems? Now, you can have the sampling system itself do the work. Give it a brain with Swagelok’s intrinsically safe Intelligent Control Module (ICM) product and intrinsically safe PTX series pressure and temperature transducers. Installed just upstream of your analyzers, they capture and report critical flow, temperature, and pressure of process fluids destined to your analyzers.

Extra advantages

With the ICM product and PTX transducers, you get more than labour efficiency. The ICM product tells you what’s going on with your sampling system 24/7. You'll capture data that couldn't collect before, and spot trouble before it happens. You can compile enough useful data to develop trend analyses for predictive maintenance versus reactive maintenance.

The ICM product’s embedded script processor and on-board library of scripts let you run standard routines and adjust them, even while your process is running. Or, you can program the ICM product yourself to tailor its operations to your needs. You can also direct the ESP to “loop” any of its routines for any interval your process requires and then transmit that information over your plant network. You can even monitor the script, reading information from the network and change its behavior while it’s running. That’s real power.

Each ICM product can manage and drive up to six fluid streams, along with provision for proximity sensors to indicate valve state.

The ICM product and PTX transducers let you set high and low alarm limits. A hardwire alarm connection lets you know the health of the sampling system even if the plant data is unavailable.

Swagelok’s intrinsically safe PTX series pressure and temperature transducer is a single component that can make multiple measurements. The transducer features a low-volume, zero dead-leg flow path. That means a dramatically faster response, reducing delay time in your system. It bonds the strain and temperature sensing function directly into the device’s metal diaphragm. Besides offering fast response, this sensor design needs no oil-filled cavities and requires no recalibration.

You also get lower installed costs because of the simplified wiring, reduced component footprint, and reduction or elimination of safety barriers.


“Sample handling systems are the last stop before a sample is directed to an analyzer," says Andy Creque, a senior electrical engineer with Swagelok. "Our thought was ‘What if we could push intelligence down into the sample handling system itself?’ Then the sample handling system could capture temperature, pressure, and flow of critical process and calibration fluids, manage sampling and purge cycles, and report all of this information in real time instantly, directly ahead of the analyzer.”

The Swagelok design not only dispenses with the need for a traditional PLC and bulky, explosion-proof enclosures, the ICM product’s ability to “talk” with the plant control systems over industry-established networks and protocols makes it easy to integrate into an existing digital architecture.

The ICM product is easy to add into a plant’s existing control system. And for new construction it works with the highly automated process control and data historian systems that are coming into use.

You can install the ICM product and a pair of intrinsically safe PTX series pressure and temperature transducers directly upstream of the analyzer inside the sample handling system.

“This is a real groundbreaker," Creque says. "Traditional transducers are never installed in an analyzer stream because of long purge times and the fact that they are not intrinsically safe. But, our intrinsically safe transducers solve that problem because their small internal volume purges quickly and cleanly."

Less labour, more information, and more control. What's not to like? Edmonton Valve & Fitting will be glad to discuss how to fit the ICM product and PTX transducers into your system. For more information download the PDF on Swagelok's Smart products and systems

Topics: Custom Solutions

Swagelok Grab Sample Stations: An Assembled Unit Ready to Go

Posted by Katie Reid on Thu, Mar 10, 2016 @ 14:03 PM

Edmonton Valve's Custom Solutions department can make one to your specifications


Grab Sample Stations for laboratory analysis comes in different design types, including Gas Sampling, Volatile Liquid Sampling, and Liquid Vial Sampling. Download the Grab Sample Module PDF to see the configurations.

Collecting and analyzing samples is a big part of operating a fluid system. You need a sample that represents what is actually flowing through the pipeline so that your analysis will show the most accurate data possible. You want to make sure you have no contamination or mixing of old and new streams. You want it at the right temperature for analysis. And you want to test it quickly, typically within a minute.

With a Grab Sample Station from Edmonton Valve & Fitting, the job gets a lot easier.

Grab sample options

We offer designs for sampling gases, volatile liquids and liquid vials. At the inlet of our grab sample panel we have 2 geared 3-way valves that let you direct flow into the sample cylinder to, or through a customizable flow meter and gauge to make sure the process conditions are just right before collecting a sample in the cylinder. We use quick connect couplings, allowing you to safely and repeatedly get samples from the right locations. A hose provides a flexible connection into the sample cylinder.  All the parts are mounted on a panel, with support for the sample cylinder.

If you want a purge option, we can add it. We have a couple of pressure relief options too, either a rupture disc or a spring-loaded relief valve to prevent complete depletion of the sample cylinder.

Just tell us what you want the panel to do. You won't have to figure out which parts you need, or pull your own employees away from their regular jobs in order to put everything together. If that sounds attractive, click here to start a conversation with our Custom Solutions department.

Additional resources

In a hurry or have a question? Please click here to get in touch - we respond fast! Or call 780.437.0640


Topics: Custom Solutions