Bailey-Parks Offers Polyurethane Frac Sand Transport Solutions

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Urethane Manufacturer to Show Products at Frac Sand Supply & Logistics Conference

Bailey-Parks Urethane will attend the second annual Frac Sand Supply & Logistics Conference, September 5–6, 2013, at the JW Marriott Hill Country hotel in San Antonio, Texas, to discuss polyurethane solutions for some of the logistics problems currently affecting petroleum and natural gas exploration companies in the United States. Bailey-Parks will showcase its Sand Viper product, an innovative urethane piping system for frac-sand trucks that was designed to stand up to the wear caused by frac sand, lasting significantly longer than standard aluminum parts.

The first Frac Sand Supply & Logistics Conference was convened by Petroleum Connection in 2012 to address the supply constraints and logistics problems caused by the sudden increase in demand for frac sand in the United States. The 2013 event continues the inaugural conference’s mission to bring together industry leaders at all levels in order to develop a more efficient frac-sand supply chain.

A Silver Sponsor for this year’s symposium and one of 25 exhibitors, Bailey-Parks will present its cutting-edge Sand Viper system, as well as its long-standing lines of hydrocyclones, impact pads, scrapers, sheeting, and wiper blades, which are often used in the oil, gas, and mining industries to convey and reclaim abrasive materials.

Visit to learn more about Bailey-Parks’ urethane solutions for the oil and gas industries.

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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