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Offshore Technology Conference 2017

MFP Seals is pleased to announce that we will be attending the

International Fluid Power Exposition 2017

MFPSeals is happy to announce that we will be attending the

Product Catalogue Spotlight - Simrit

Martin Fluid Power, a leading provider and manufacturer of fluid power components, today spotlights their Preferred Distributor partnership with renowned sealing technologies company, Freudenberg NOK Sealing Technologies. Since November 2013, Freudenberg NOK Sealing Technologies has helped Martin Fluid Power customers perform in a wide range of fluid power environments through a comprehensive catalogue of Simrit perfluoroelastomers (FFKM) O-rings.

Pneumatics or Hydraulics?

You know you need a fluid power system, but how do you choose the right one? Let’s break down the pros and cons of the two primary fluid power systems: hydraulics and pneumatics.

Pneumatics

Permian Basin International Oil Show a Resounding Success

What a week! From October 18 - 20, thousands of oil and gas industry leaders descended upon the Ector County Coliseum in Odessa, Texas for the Permian Basin International Oil Show. Martin Fluid Power Seals is proud to have been a part of this fantastic event. Staff from our Houston, Texas office attended with a focus on how Martin Fluid Power Seals products from U-Packing to Plug Valve seals to our patented X-Pac technology can help support companies throughout the most important oil and gas basin in the world.

Martin Fluid Power Seals Attending the Permian Basin International Oil Show Martin Fluid Power Seals is proud to join oil and gas industry leaders from around the world at the Permian Basin International Oil Show. We have two booths this year, 72 and 73 in Building C.
What is Fluid Power?

Fluid power is one of three primary forms of power transmission or the process of converting power to a more useable form. Alongside electrical and mechanical power, fluid power is a vital component of modern society and much of what you use in your daily life is the result of some combination of these three processes. Each method works by transferring power from a primary mover like a motor or engine to an actuator that accomplishes the task required.

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