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Our Swagelok  Pocket Guide Takes the Mystery Out of Hose

Wed, Mar 21, 2018 @ 10:03 AM / by Katie Reid posted in Hoses


It's like having a Swagelok hose expert standing right next to you

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Whether you need hose temperature ratings or guidance on hose installation, let our newest reference, An Installer's Pocket Guide for Swagelok Hoses, be your go-to guide for all your hose needs. Request your copy today!

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It's hard for one person to be an expert on every aspect of fluid systems. If you aren't already an expert on hose, the topic can be intimidating. For instance, Swagelok offers 18 series of hoses, with variations within each series. They come in sizes ranging from 1/8 inch to 2 inch. There are over 30 possible end connections. And then there are at least 17 hose options and accessories.

The ideal solution would be to have an expert from Swagelok stand next to you all day to answer any questions. The next best thing would be to get a copy of An Installer's Pocket Guide for Swagelok Hoses.

Small but mighty

The guide is slim enough to go in your pocket, so it's easy to carry with you. Inside, it's packed with essential information like:

  • Which hose material is best in which environments
  • A chart on working pressures and temperature ranges
  • Guidance on installing and inspecting hose
  • Hydrostatic testing, lanyard tags, and other options

Narrowing the field

Hoses can be made from different materials and with a variety of reinforcement layers and end connections. Our guide gives a quick overview of the four main components in a hose:

  1. Core tube material and construction
  2. Reinforcement layers
  3. Covers
  4. End connections

The pocket guide shows which materials usually work best in various environments. You don't have to worry about memorizing all the terms and jargon associated with hose construction. The pocket guide has a glossary.

Industry considerations for hose

Does your industry typically use a certain type of hose for a common process? The guide goes through more than two dozen industries, listing typical hoses for applications such as steam lines, environmental sampling, research & development, instrumentation, and oil & gas.

We also cover a few non-industry specific factors such as static dissipation and conductivity. A handy chart makes it easy to see which series of Swagelok hose falls into which category.

The section on hose selection also has a chart for finding the working pressures and temperature ranges for various types of hose in various sizes.

Once you have zeroed in on the type of hose you need, you can move on to the sections that offer detailed pressure and temperature ratings for each series of hose. You'll find ordering information for each series so that you get exactly what you want, including options such as hydrostatic testing and lanyard tags.

Hose installation and maintenance

Proper installation is only the first part of the equation. In addition to proper installation, you need inspection and maintenance. In our pocket guide you'll learn how to take factors into consideration such as vibration, shelf life, bend radii, and motion absorption.

When you conduct periodic inspection of your hoses, the pocket guide tells you what to look for, such as blistering or discoloration.

Helping hand

The new pocket guide is only one convenient way that Swagelok can help you with hoses. Edmonton Valve & Fitting has hose experts who can answer detailed questions and discuss the particular applications you have in mind.

We locally stock a range of high-quality hoses and tubing products that can be built and customized for all your fluid system needs. Every Swagelok hose is assembled using standardized equipment, the same tight tolerances, and the same high-quality standards and standard work practices you expect from Swagelok.

If your company is in our service area, we'll deliver you a copy of the guide at no charge. Click here to get started.

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Our CNC Tube Bender Delivers Speed & Accuracy

Mon, Mar 05, 2018 @ 14:03 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Value Added Services, Tubing, Custom Solutions


Complex bends and large runs are easy thanks to computer controls

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Need a 180-degree tube bend? No problem! Our CNC tube bender is fast and precise. Tube bending is one of our custom solutions, which you can learn more about here:

Custom Solutions

We love to show off our CNC tube bender when customers take a tour of our shop. At 10 feet long, three feet high and three feet wide, this machine looks like a brute. But while it's powerful enough to bend bar stock, we use it instead to bend tubing with delicate precision.

The CNC bender can handle any tubing from a quarter-inch diameter up to one inch, and any wall thickness. It can bend any angle, even 180 degree bends. Its size allows it to handle bends with a radius of up to 42 inches.

One more time

But the big advantage of the CNC bender is repeatability. CNC stands for "Computer Numerical Controls." Once we program your job into the computer, we can create exactly the bends you ask for every time, no matter how complex the combination of angles.

We can create hundreds of finished pieces, and each will be identical. And it's fast, so even if you just need a couple of simple bends in a piece of tubing, the CNC bender is still ideal for the job.

When we finish your job, we store the specifications in the computer forever with a unique identification number. If you gave us a drawing in 2010, you can use it to produce fresh copies today. As with any valuable database, we backup our data to guard against accidents.

Copying and improving

In fact, we don't even have to start with a drawing. Give us the part you want to replicate, and we'll put it in our vector machine that works with the CNC bender. The vector machine scans your part, produces a 3D drawing of it, and sends the information to the bender.

We don't have to worry about wasted tubing, because our machinery will tell us the exact length to cut, down to a thousandth of an inch.

Maybe you have a damaged piece of tubing that you need to replace. We can use that as the starting point to recreate the original. We'll scan it and adjust the drawing to return everything to its proper alignment. We'll even print out the new drawing for you.

Or maybe you aren't exactly sure what the finished part should look like. We can start a drawing and show it to you, then make any adjustments you want until the design meets your approval.

Even if the original part is fine but you want to revise the design, we can adjust the dimensions in the computer to add an inch here or a bend there. The CNC bender assigns a different part number to each version, so you can always go back to the original design if you want.

Quick turnaround

Because the CNC bender is so quick and efficient, we often can turn out a single-part order on the same day it comes in. More involved projects usually can be turned out within a week.


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Meet Alecia Robinson

Thu, Dec 07, 2017 @ 10:12 AM / by Katie Reid posted in People


She makes sure our customers can easily find us in a variety of places

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Robinson, pictured fourth from the left above, described the Mustard Seed event as one of the highlights of this year.

Usually you'll see Alecia Robinson's name in the byline on these posts, but today we're turning the tables to put her in the spotlight.

She's our Marketing and Communications Specialist, the person who manages our presence online and our internal communication with associates in Edmonton, Fort McMurray and Drayton Valley. When you attend one of our events or visit our booth at a trade show, you see even more that Robinson helped create.

There's a lot to the job. Many people will see this post on our blog, for instance, but others will read it on LinkedIn or Facebook. We try to be wherever our customers and prospective customers feel the most comfortable meeting us. If you follow us on Twitter, you can connect with us there too.

And don't forget our brick-and-mortar office. We like it when people stop by in person.

Quick start

Robinson was working as a project manager for an industrial supply company in Edmonton last year when she heard that Edmonton Valve needed to fill a position. She went through a lengthy interview process, as all applicants do, because we want people who fit in well and will stick around.

"One of the questions I asked during an interview was what the turnover rate with the company was. And the average length of service at Edmonton Valve was around 20 years," Robinson says. "That was a pretty attractive answer to hear.”

We also like to take our time bringing people on board, often having new arrivals pick parts in the warehouse for a while so that they can get familiar with our inventory. But this time we had a deadline to deal with that was beyond our control: Robinson was going to take over the job from Katie Reid, who was about to go on maternity leave.

"When I got in, Katie only had a week left," Robinson says. Fortunately, it was nearly Christmas and business had slowed down enough that she could shadow a few people and get familiar with our operation.

She fit in quickly, getting involved with our Community Involvement group and participating in events such as our recent volunteer shift at the Mustard Seed in Edmonton, cooking, serving meals for 247 people and cleaning up.

"It was a rewarding experience," Robinson says. "It's nice that we are able to give back."

Always learning

As she nears the one year mark with Edmonton Valve & Fitting, Robinson has learned a lot along the way, including a new role.

After relocating to Fort McMurray branch in July she has added the role of customer service representative to her title. "Between the two roles I am learning something new every day." Robinson says.

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Specifically Made for Alberta's Needs: The ZSML Fitting

Tue, Dec 13, 2016 @ 14:12 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Value Added Services, Steam, Fittings


Swagelok 1035 Grade Carbon Steel, MoS2 coating helps the tube fittings withstand the heat of steam-assisted gravity drainage

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Swagelok's ZSML fitting, as pictured above, is specially coated with a 1035 Grade Carbon Steel, MoS2 covering that was developed for the SAGD industry in Northern Alberta. If you would like more information on this product line, get in touch with us today.

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Eighty percent of Alberta's oil sands are too far below the surface for open pit mining. To get the oil out, companies have to use methods such as steam-assisted gravity drainage. And for SAGD to work properly, it needs parts such as Swagelok's ZSML fitting. To understand why ZSML fittings are so important, take a quick look at how SAGD works.

Get moving

SAGD uses a pair of horizontal wells, one about 4 to 6 metres above the other. Steam is injected into the upper well, heating up the surrounding oil. That makes the oil less viscous. Gravity then draws the oil down to the second well, where it can be extracted.

The fittings on the steam generators must withstand high temperatures, and even Swagelok's ordinary carbon steel fitting won't do. That's why Swagelok came up with the ZSML fitting. This unique coating (1035 Grade Carbon Steel, MoS2) allows the fitting to withstand temperatures of up to 427 degrees C! But you won't find it in any Swagelok catalogue as it was designed specifically for Alberta and our extreme conditions. Swagelok even sent its engineers to SAGD sites to see the field conditions before creating the ZSML fitting. 

Inside knowledge

You might wonder how our customers know how to order the ZSML fittings if they aren't in the catalogue. Most of those who are involved in setting up SAGD systems are already familiar with this special fitting. We also can provide a value added service of going into the field to teach maintenance and repair crews about this specific part if needed.

Maybe you have a special need and can't find the kinds of parts you are looking for. Don't assume that the catalogue tells you everything you'd want to know. Give Edmonton Valve & Fitting a call. We might know of a component that will do the job for you. And it's even possible that Swagelok would be willing to design something if it doesn't already exist.  Ask us about the ZSML fitting here.



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Use a Swagelok Regulator to Speed up Analytical Systems

Fri, Nov 18, 2016 @ 12:11 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Sample Systems, Regulators



The lower the pressure of a gas, the shorter the time delay to the analyzer

In an ideal world, you would be able to get a fluid sample instantly from the process line to the analyzer. The real world, alas, it is far from ideal. So it's important to learn a bit about time delays and how do minimize them.

First, realize that a delay may occur in any of the major parts of an analytical instrumentation system: the process line, the tap and probe, the field station, the transport line, the sample conditioning system, the stream switching system, and the analyzer itself. A small delay at each stage will add up.

One way to minimize the delay is with a pressure regulator. In gas systems with a controlled flow rate, the lower the pressure, the faster the gas moves, which means the shorter the time delay.

Start at the tap

Ideally you want to tap the process line as close to the analyzer as possible. But you also want to stay upstream of drums, tanks, dead legs, stagnant lines, or other sources of delay. Because of that, you may have to make do with a location that's less than ideal. If the tap is a long distance from the analyzer, a fast loop is a good means of quickly delivering fluid to the analyzer and returning the unused portion to the process.

Another typical source of time delay is the probe. The larger the probe's volume, the greater the delay. Minimize the delay by choosing a low-volume probe.

At the field station

For an analyzer that requires a liquid sample it is better not to use a regulator. High pressure will help prevent the formation of bubbles. But with a gas sample, a field station is one of the means of reducing pressure in the transport lines. Time delay decreases in direct proportion to absolute pressure. At half the pressure, you will get half the time delay. The sooner the pressure is dropped, the better, so put the field station as close to the tap as possible.

There are a few different ways to configure the regulator. With a drop in pressure, almost all gasses lose heat. If the gas is close to its dew point, the result from this cooling is condensation. In some cases, the loss of heat may be great enough to cause the regulator to freeze up. In those cases, a heated regulator may solve the problem. If you don't expect condensation, a standard regulator will probably do. Read more about Pressure Regualators and how to read a flow curve here

If a liquid must become a gas before it can be analyzed by a gas chromatograph or other analyzer, it's time for a vapourizing regulator.

Another means of attaining a faster response is to move the regulator closer to the analyzer with the aid of a second fast loop.

The details

There's a lot more to these tips than simply plugging in a component. Vapourizing regulators, in particular, require extra care because the volume of a sample can increase greatly as it changes from liquid to gas. Done incorrectly, the addition of a vapourizing regulator can actually increase the time delay to the analyzer.

Fortunately for you, Edmonton Valve & Fitting loves to discuss regulators, analyzer systems and all things dealing with fluid systems. Tell us about your analyzer system and let's get started finding the right configuration.

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Need Extra Protection for Hose? We Have You 'Covered'

Thu, Nov 03, 2016 @ 15:11 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Hoses


Preserve your investment against abrasion, kinking, permeation and temperature with these 6 cover options


Once you've figured out the right materials for a hose, consider giving it some extra protection with a cover. Not sure about the hose types or end connections, download our Hose Quick Look:

Download: Hose Quick Look

Hoses can be subject to a variety of outside forces that speed up wear and tear. With the right cover, the service life will be extended.

Here are some of your options:

  • Fire Jacket
  • Thermosleeve
  • Armor Guard
  • Spiral Guard
  • Nanogel Cover
  • Spring Guard

Fire Jacket

Fire Jacket is made of woven fiberglass coated with silicone rubber. It protects and insulates the hose from internal temperature extremes. It guards against molten splashes and flames, and helps resist hydraulic and lubricating oils.


Thermosleeve is a braided fiberglass cover saturated with a synthetic coating. By preventing direct contact with the hose, this cover gives some protection to people handling the hose in high-temperature service, and protects the hose from weld splatter, ultraviolet light and abrasion.

Armor Guard

Stainless steel Armor Guard covers offer highly flexible protection against hose damage from the movement of gas cylinders, or any other application that might put a crushing force on the hose. The strength of steel also can protect the entire length of the hose from kinking, without impairing hose flexibility.

Spiral Guard

Our helical plastic Spiral Guard cover can be applied to hoses already in service, making it a quick way to add highly flexible protection from abrasion. You can add it to the entire hose, or just to the ends.

316 Stainless Steel Braid

Braided stainless steel gives extra protection against external corrosive materials. It also increases the pressure retaining capabilities of the hose itself.

Nano-Gel Cover

This is the cover you need to protect hose from freeze-ups in cryogenic service.

Spring Guard

Made of helical stainless steel, Spring Guard is highly flexible, yet it helps the hose resist kinking and abrasion. This is another cover that can be applied either to the ends or to the entire hose.

If you would like to discuss or see the options for yourself, please get in touch with us today.

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Insulated Tubing Gives You Temperature Control

Fri, Oct 28, 2016 @ 12:10 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Training, Tubing


Because it differs from ordinary tubing, so do the installation instructions


There are times when ordinary tubing alone won't get the job done. One of those times is when you need to control the temperature of the fluid inside, or control the surface temperature of the tubing itself. That's when you might want to consider insulated tubing - download the catalogue below.

Download Pre-Insulated Tubing

Swagelok insulated tubing is designed for use in applications such as steam supply, condensate return, and gas and liquid transport lines, where weatherproofing and energy conservation are important. It helps protect personnel from hot process and steam lines, reduces heat loss, and offers a cost-effective alternative to field-installed insulation of small-diameter tubing systems.

Tubing lengths and bends

Because the tubing itself is different, so is the installation procedure.

First consider the length of tubing. You'll want to allow at least 12 inches of straight tubing before connecting it to fittings. For steam-trace tubing bundles, add enough length to connect the tracer to the supply connection and to the return connection. For electric-traced tubing bundles, add enough length to connect to the power supply. Include 6 inches for inside the junction box. Don't forget to include extra length to heat any other devices at the end of the bundle. Also, use the approved power connection and termination kits.

You'll want to use a centerline tool when you are bending tubing bundles to connect them to instrumentation. Start by cutting and removing the jacket and insulation on the tubing, so that you can see the process and tracer tubes. Insert the tube bundle through the seal boot in the tool, unscrew the center nut, and remove the center bend shoe. Now you'll be able to fully insert the tube bundle and gently bend the tubes against the outer shoes.

Install the center bend shoe and tighten the center nut. Bend the tubes against the center shoe until the tubes are parallel. Insert the tube bundle through the seal boot again, and remove the tubing bundle from the tool. To protect the insulation, seal the bundle ends with a heat shrink end seal boot.

Need further assistance on installation or have questions on our pre-insulated tubing bundles? Call our office, we are here to help at (780)-437-0640

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Customers Rate Edmonton Valve's Performance

Tue, Oct 18, 2016 @ 14:10 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Value Added Services, People


Our surveys tell us where we shine and where we needed a little more polish

Swagelok's President and Chief Executive Officer Art Anton, speaks in the above video on the importance of continuous improvement and how our customer's feedback and insight are helping drive our future actions. 

The only opinions that really matter in business are the opinions of our customers. So that's what we measure. "We" in this case means Edmonton Valve & Fitting, Drayton Valve, Fort McMurray Valve, and Swagelok Co. Last year more than 10,000 Swagelok customers took time out of their busy schedules to participate in Swagelok’s 2015 Global Customer Survey.

The short answer is that our customers like us, but there are a few areas where we could do even better.

Looking good

The most basic measure is the Net Promoter Score. We ask our customers: “How likely are you to recommend Swagelok to a friend or colleague?” NPS is based on the idea that customers can be divided into three categories: promoters, passives, and detractors. For the 2015 global  survey sample, 57 percent of customers are promoters, up from 53 percent in 2014.

Beyond that basic metric, Swagelok is being recognized for its services as well as its parts. For instance, nearly half of respondents say Swagelok has evolved beyond being a supplier of components.

Swagelok set a worldwide goal of having regularly stocked items sitting on the shelf 90 percent of the time when an order comes in. Actual performance hit hit 93 percent.

Of the thousands of orders we receive for make-to-order products (products that are not regularly stocked), the goal was to meet the delivery date 99 percent of the time. Since February 2016, we are doing better than 98 percent and still improving.

Taken as a whole, Swagelok’s brand scores are very strong, competitive with industry benchmarks and, in some cases, at or near world-class levels. We scored highest when it came to reliability, our excellent reputation, product quality, meeting customer needs, being easy to do business with, and being helpful. Basically, customers say we are strongly aligned with their expectations.

However, there are other areas where Swagelok needs to improve:

  • We need to work harder to be recognized as an expert partner, with services that go beyond those of a components supplier.
  • We need to do a better job of demonstrating our overall value and impact on our customers’ business performance.
  • We need to create more regular contact with our customers and share more information.
  • We need to do better on lead times for make-to-order products and response times to inquiries.

The boss gets it

In a special video (posted above), Art Anton, president and CEO of Swagelok Co., explains how that information affects us.

"We know that our quality is excellent and our service is excellent. Those are two things we don't want to change," he says, addressing customers directly. "But we realized you want us to be quicker, and you need us to be most specific with regards to your own fluid system needs. We get very upset when we disappoint. But we know we're not perfect, and we're working real hard to get better."

In fact, we had two initiatives under way even before the 2015 survey results came in.

In 2015, Swagelok held 30 continuous improvement events on our shop floor, and in 2016, we aim to hold 50. These are called Point Kaizen events, something we learned from a tour of Toyota in Japan. It requires that we are out on the shop floor, embedded in work cells, and experimenting with alternatives to improve speed.

Swagelok also we completed our SAP implementation for corporate manufacturing, supply chain, engineering, and finance areas. This new system makes it easier to quickly address issues related to delivery times. Now, Swagelok is moving on to two related projects: supply chain optimization and a SAP implementation for sales and service centers such as Edmonton Valve & Fitting and our branches. These and other ongoing improvements will yield more automation and faster response and lead times for our customers.

So if a representative of Edmonton Valve & Fitting or one of our branches ever asks you how we're doing, don't hesitate to give us a straight answer. We appreciate the compliments, but we really appreciate when people point out areas for improvement.

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More than Just a Facelift: Our Edmonton Valve Website Is Easier to Use

Thu, Oct 13, 2016 @ 16:10 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Value Added Services, Q&A


Our redesigned site works just as well on your phone or tablet as it does on your desktop


Noticed a change when you come to our website? The updated site is easy to navigate and gets you to where you want to be in fewer clicks. Plus it looks great on your phone or tablet! 

We've been doing a lot of work behind the scenes to make our website work better for you. Now we're showing it off and asking for your opinion.

Yes, we tried to make the site look better, but there's a lot more to it than that. Now when you visit Edmonton Valve & Fitting online, you'll be able to get more information, get it faster, and see it easily no matter what kind of device you are using.

Continuous Improvement - always

We really began beefing up our website back in 2012. That was the same year we launched this blog and started to make our most-requested written materials available on our site. We started posting to social media sites too. Since then we've constantly been adding content and tweaking the organization.

Along the way we noticed that we had to adapt to a fast changing tech world. New web tools come onto the market, and people adopt new ways of using them. We became aware that our old navigation tools were getting harder to use as we added more and more material. So we have worked out a better roadmap for our site.

Like every other company with a website, we realized that our content didn't always look the same on a smartphone or a tablet as it did on a standard desktop computer. Now you should find the site just as easy to use no matter what device you choose.


We didn't stop there, though. We also wanted to take a step back and make sure our information was presented in the most logical way. We analyzed which parts of our site were most popular, and tried to make them easier to reach. Think of it as being able to take more direct flights to the information you want instead of having to make a stopover first.

We've introduced product pages where you can get all the available literature on a given product category such as tubing, regulators, filters, and more. We have collected our video files under our Resources link, along with plenty of catalogues. As part of making it easier to get information, we've reduced the number of forms we ask you to fill out.

More to come

This isn't the end of our list of improvements. In fact, it's only the beginning. Technology will continue to evolve, our content will continue to grow, and Swagelok will continue to set new standards for fluid system components. We are excited to share out that content with our readers.

Come back often to see what's new. And let us know what you think, your opinion matters to us! Email marketing@edmontonvalve with your feedback, comments - thanks!

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Have You Winterized Yet? We Can Talk You Through It in Our Live October Webinar

Thu, Oct 06, 2016 @ 14:10 PM / by Katie Reid posted in Training, Value Added Services, Steam, Sample Systems, Events


Our October webinar will cover the equipment to check and the steps to take

Due to a last minute scheduling conflict we will be rescheduling the event. 


"A good comparison of when you should be winterizing your plant is when you are thinking about winter tires," says Tristian McCallion. "If winter tires are on your radar, so should winterization." McCallion will be hosting a special 1 hour Winterization Webinar on Wednesday, October 19th at 12PM MDT. Get your spot today!

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It's that time of year...

It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone in Edmonton that Alberta gets freezing cold in the winter and this winter won’t be any exception. And yet every year some businesses fail to prepare for it. Then the temperature plummets, fluid systems freeze, and the companies end up with damaged equipment and costly downtime. Sometimes they end up with injured workers too.

In just three months last winter, November 2015 through January 2016, the Alberta Boilers Safety Association received four incident notifications involving damage to equipment due to freezing. Three of those resulted in ruptured piping, with two of these due to inoperative heat tracing and one due to isolation of the line. So even some experienced companies that know enough to winterize their lines, still don't do it properly.

Edmonton Valve & Fitting wants to get you up to speed on winterization this season, so we're offering a FREE 1 hour webinar on October 19 at 12PM MDT. Tristian McCallion, our sales supervisor and Energy Service Advisor, will review some best practices for winterizing and answers your questions.

From start to finish

Smart winterization starts with a written procedure. For starting your system components, unit heaters, tracers and steam traps all need to be prepared and checked. McCallion will be going over this checklist in the October webinar.

Correctly operating Steam traps are crucial in winterization, the seminar will cover the different types of traps and how to check them.  It will also discuss some of the tools that can make the process easier.

Even companies that understand the importance of winterization can sometimes get distracted. Then a cold wave hits and they get an unwelcome reminder. Don't be one of those who get caught by surprise, sign up and get your spot for our Winterization Webinar.

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