Bailey-Parks Urethane Halves Hydrocyclone Production Timeline

Polyurethane Manufacturer Acquires Custom Machine Dedicated to Oil & Gas Clients

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Bailey-Parks Urethane

Memphis, Tenn. (PRWEB) November 07, 2013

Bailey-Parks Urethane has purchased a specialized polyurethane processing machine dedicated to the production of hydrocyclones for the oil and gas industry. The new equipment doubles Bailey-Parks’s hydrocyclone production capacity and reduces the company’s turnaround time for these custom-molded parts by 50 percent.

The tailor-made Max Processing Equipment machine acquired by Bailey-Parks is outfitted with precision flow meters and computerized consistency controls. It can be set to manufacture hydrocyclones in multiple colors and hardnesses, selecting from a wide array of urethane compounds. This is the eighth Max Processing Equipment machine in the Bailey-Parks production line.

“With our renewed focus on the oil and gas industry and the increase in demand for urethane hydrocyclones, the acquisition of a dedicated processing machine was inevitable,” says Brian Tutor, plant manager at Bailey-Parks. “Having a machine that is this sophisticated and tailored to the manufacture of hydrocyclones enables us to accommodate a wider range of specifications and to produce greater quantities in much shorter timeframes while maintaining — and, in some cases, even improving on — our existing quality.”

Visit http://www.baileyparks.com to learn more about the Bailey-Parks’s hydrocyclone manufacturing capabilities.

About Bailey-Parks Urethane
Bailey-Parks Urethane provides custom urethane solutions for a wide variety of industry applications. Since 1969, the company has designed, engineered, produced and tested thousands of molded polyurethane products used in hundreds of manufacturing processes. With over 600 compounds and 27,000 unique items in its product database, Bailey-Parks is a leading provider of turnkey industrial urethane solutions. With very few exceptions, the company continues to make all of its molds, tooling and custom machines at its original plant in Memphis, Tenn.


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