Quick disconnect couplings can fail without warning! Prior to the operation of quick coupling products, be sure to inspect and replace worn out fittings and safety devices. If a leak is detected during operation, release the pressure from the circuit before investigating the cause of the fluid leak. Do not use your fingers or skin to check for leaks, high pressure leaks of fluids can easily penetrate the skin and can cause serious injury or death.
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Check out Dixon's awesome ad and article in the April issue of BIC magazine!
This week The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel published and released the attached interview with Dixon employees Sean Andersen and Tony Haston. Great interview folks!
Cooney Brothers and Dixon Sanitary receive Affiliated Distributor's 2014 PVF Conversion of the Year Award. Click the link to watch the award presentation.
Less than two years after Dixon Quick Coupling opened its manufacturing facility in Gaston County, the company announced today that it would boost the size of its facility by 70 percent.
With the expansion, Dixon also will add as many as 20 employees to its 150-person work force.
The project will add 70,000 square feet to the company's 100,000-square-foot plant that opened in Gastonia Technology Park about 18 months ago.
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Dixon is hosting a ‘Value, Differentiation, and Insight” sales conference at company headquarters in Chestertown, MD this week. We extend a warm welcome to the 60 attendees from the US, Canada, Mexico, Central America, Australia and England who will be learning how to sell value and differentiate Dixon products by utilizing a variety of insight scenarios.
Harvey Gulf International Marine has picked Dixon Valve/Mann Tek liquefied natural gas couplings for fueling its new LNG-diesel dual fuel offshore supply vessels, with cryogenic hoses by Guteling of The Netherlands.
The equipment is being supplied by Bluewater Rubber & Gasket, a Port Fourchon, La.-based distributor. It includes both dry-break fuel connection and break-away safety couplings manufactured by Sweden’s Mann Tek.
The ships with their Wärtsilä DF engines and...Read More