• Selecting proper hose and couplings

    Selecting Proper Hoses and Couplings: An Air Hose Case Study


    Air is used as an energy source in almost every type of industry. It is an extremely efficient form of energy and is relatively inexpensive. It is easy to regulate and, when used with the proper equipment, is easy to clean and can be delivered relatively free of moisture, if necessary. Air, as it exists all around us, is at atmospheric pressure of 14.7 pounds per square inch. When it is used as an energy source, it is compressed and delivered through a piping system or air hose to tool or...

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  • Redesigned Rack Cords

    Re-designed FloTech™ Loading Rack Cord Assembly


    Dixon Bayco announces our newly re-designed FloTech™ loading rack cord assembly.

    Designed in accordance with the latest standard API RP 1004, the new FloTech™ rack cord line provides the industry's highest level of quality and performance in demanding environments.
    lightweight - new plug bodies are polyurethane
    easier to use - proprietary design...

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  • 3 Quick Tips for Crimping Hose Assemblies


    Crimping has become the preferred method for creating hose assemblies over the last few years as it should; with less tooling required and a more accurate finished diameter why would you expect anything else?  However, with any new process comes the discovery of how to optimize the process to be the most effective and efficient. With that in mind, we want to offer a few quick tips to enhance the process of crimping in the best way possible.

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    Cryogenic Product Design Challenges


    Not many years ago, cryogenics – the production and behavior of materials at very low temperatures – was likely to be understood by a group of people with specialized knowledge in fields like aerospace.

    Working with cryogenic applications means working with systems and components that have very special design and performance requirements. The costs associated with manufacturing and testing can be extreme. For these reasons, relatively few manufacturers have become adept at developing...

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  • Dixon to Exhibit at ILTA


    Dixon will be exhibiting at ILTA June 11 - 13 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.

    Featured products include:
    API couplings
    Vapor couplings...

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  • Dixon to Exhibit at the NFPA Conference & Expo


    Dixon will be exhibiting at the NFPA Conference & Expo June 11 - 14 in Las Vegas. We are the only company with a domestic brass angle hose valve with a grooved inlet. Drop by booth #1868 to see it and learn more!

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    Confronting Cryogenic Challenges in the Field Leads to New Solutions


    In the cryogenic environment, often it’s confronting challenges in the field – literally – that leads to new answers and new solutions.

    As a recent example illustrates, one of Dixon’s customers was experiencing problems while using bunkering connections during the transfer of liquefied natural gas. Technical specialists from Dixon were called to the scene to witness the next bunkering operation and...

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  • Kevin Hudak Joins Dixon Sales Team


    Dixon announces the addition of Kevin Hudak to our sales team. Kevin joins the company as Territory Manager after 18 years in the automobile/truck sales business where he started out in service and worked the last 4 years as Commercial Sales Manager.

    After organizational and product training at Dixon headquarters, Kevin will begin working with customers in southern California and southern Nevada to help grow their business.
    Please join us in welcoming Kevin to Dixon!

  • Dixon to Exhibit at the Offshore Technology Conference


    Dixon will be exhibiting at OTC April 30 - May 3 in Houston, TX.

    Featured products include:
    Code 62 flange ends
    BOP Series Blowout Preventer Hydraulic fittings

    Drop by booth #4619 to learn more!

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    Safe and Unsafe Quick Disconnect Coupling Practices


    Quick disconnect couplings can fail without warning! Prior to the operation of quick coupling products, be sure to inspect and replace worn out fittings and safety devices. If a leak is detected during operation, release the pressure from the circuit before investigating the cause of the fluid leak. Do not use your fingers or skin to check for leaks, high pressure leaks of fluids can easily penetrate the skin and can cause serious injury or death.

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