The engineering in our products may not be visible, but every day you experience the results of our work on virtually everything that moves.
If you view the world as we do, through the lens of our broad range of motion and control technologies, you can see a vast number of engineering challenges that are yet to be solved and can make a meaningful difference in our lives.
These very challenges drive Parker people forward, seeking new ways to innovate, combine technologies, collaborate, develop systems and partner with our customers to solve problems. We call it Winovation and by following its path, we not only create limitless growth potential for Parker, we also make significant contributions to our world at large, for our generation and for the generations to come.
As a connector component, any fitting is only as good as the effectiveness of the assembly process and therefore depends on how it has been assembled. In recent years, new geometries and material compositions have increasingly improved performance, reliability and ease of assembly. In this field Parker has constantly set new standards in the marketplace.
Parker is researching the impact of applying advanced materials to its proven condition monitoring solutions, aiming to create sensors that could provide physicians a streaming, detailed analysis of a patient’s health.
In an effort to advance health care technologies that improve patient treatment options, Parker is collaborating with Cleveland Clinic Innovations, the business development arm of the Cleveland Clinic hospital system, to develop new medical devices. This relationship has inspired a full pipeline of innovative products, some of which may soon be available on the market and others that are still in the research and development stages.