Doering introduces new screw-in, cartridge-style hand pump
Clear Lake, Minn. — Doering Company announces the introduction of the DCHP102 screw-in, cartridge-style hand pump with integrated dual check valves. Ideal for hydraulic backup, hydrostatic testing, heavy-equipment parking brakes and safety applications, this hand pump displaces hydraulic fluids.
"Our new DCHP102 hand pump is manufactured in the United States, making fast shipment possible," explains Marty Dombroske, vice president at Doering Company. "Our customers love our current hand pump, but some didn't need the stainless steel and the cost associated with it. So, we redesigned our pump to be competitively priced with the same great performance. And the pumps are in stock. We can also respond fast because they are made at our factory in the USA." read more
Zero-Leak Valve Holds Tight in Demanding Environments
There's no safe way to set anything substantial on fire on the space station to observe how spreading flames act in zero gravity, to test a fire extinguisher, or to see if protective gear will perform as designed. So NASA must use everything already learned in and about space to prepare for a worst-case scenario, including constantly evaluating fire protection tools and technology. One such review revealed an opportunity for improvement.
Some fire extinguishers in NASA space vehicles and the U.S. modules of the space station contain carbon dioxide (CO2) and halon, chemicals that can pose risks for humans and an enclosed environment, respectively. On the space station in particular, this raised a serious concern because emergency breathing equipment doesn't filter CO2. read more
Doering Company announces the acquisition of Metro Hydraulics
Clear Lake, Minn. — Doering Company has acquired the assets of Metro Hydraulics in Eden Prairie, Minn. Metro designs and manufactures hydraulic valves for agriculture, construction, turf and light industrial markets.
"The acquisition of Metro provides synergy with Doering's products and customers," says Marty Dombroske, vice president at Doering Company. "We are very excited about the unique capabilities and advantages that Metro will add to our organization. The company will also benefit from Doering’s experienced team, advanced engineering and manufacturing processes." read more
First of its kind, Doering introduces new hydraulic hand pump that delivers more pressure and requires less force
Clear Lake, Minn. — Doering Company announces the introduction of the DCHP163 cartridge-style hydraulic hand pump, which provides high-pressure output with the same lever force on both up and down strokes. This innovative cartridge high-pressure hand pump displaces large amounts of hydraulic, water glycol or other fluids faster, with fewer strokes than competitive products. Requiring less handle force, the DCHP163 is ideal for emergency, primary, backup and hydrostatic testing applications.
"Most industrial hand pumps are single-action, only pressurizing on the downward stroke of the pump's lever," explains Marty Dombroske, vice president at Doering Company. "The new DCHP163 is engineered for double action. Hydraulic or other fluid is pressurized during the downward and upward strokes, making it much quicker to operate." read more
Doering Company's redesigned manual cartridge valve now includes a zero-leak option.
Clear Lake, Minn. — Doering Company has redesigned its manual cartridge valve to include a zero-leak option. This is similar zero-leak technology that was integrated in the Doering valve used for manual fire suppression in the International Space Station.
The demand for Doering's redesigned manual cartridge valves has grown rapidly for a wide range of applications. They are ideal for use in equipment, such as an emergency stop valve on hydraulic systems for oilfield iron roughnecks and industrial instrumentation systems that test product to one-eighth of a drop of water. Doering valves are also used in food industry test systems that measure carbon dioxide and nitrogen in the parts per billion. read more
Doering Company announces lower product prices with improved quality and lead times
Clear Lake, Minn. — Doering Company, manufacturer of high-quality industrial valves and pumps, has announced a change to its product pricing structure. In addition to more competitive pricing, the company’s success with lean manufacturing has reduced lead time from 21 days to less than 10 days for standard products. Through improved processes and retaining high-quality materials, Doering also achieves higher overall product quality while maintaining service excellence. read more
Doering introduces newly redesigned website
Doering announces their newly designed website at www.doering.com. The new mobile-friendly website offers customers optimum viewing on any mobile or desktop device. The cleaner, updated contemporary look supports the innovative, high-performance market position of Doering.
The website features a user-friendly dealer locator and quote request. Doering will continue to add resource information, such as application information, case studies, white papers, articles and more.
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