Quaker Chemical Corp.

One Quaker Park
901 Hector St.
Conshocken, PA 19428

Phone: 610-832-4000
Fax: 610-832-4497


Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Quaker Chemical Corp.

September 8, 2015
Detecting steel tube and pipe corrosion using SEM analysis
Although the causes of corrosion have been researched and documented, advanced tools are helping to expand the understanding of corrosion behavior. Magnification by a scanning electron microscope and analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy are modern tools that help to improve the understanding of corrosion mechanisms.
March 24, 2015
Coolant designed for pipe threading process
Quaker Chemical Corp. offers QUAKERCOOL® 750 TP coolant fluid for the pipe threading process. The mineral oil-free microemulsion provides...
December 11, 2014
Quaker Chemical launches website for fire-resistant hydraulic fluids
Quaker Chemical has introduced a new website at www.quintolubric.com for the QUINTOLUBRIC® fire-resistant hydraulic fluids. The site lists...
November 3, 2014
AAK sells Binol biolubricants business to Quaker Chemical
AAK, Karlshamn, Sweden, has decided to sell its biolubricants business Binol to Quaker Chemical, Conshohocken, Pa., a provider of process fluids and...
March 3, 2014
TUBE expo exhibitors agree that signs bode well for the coming year
It’s no secret that Düsseldorf’s biennial tube and pipe expo, TUBE®, is a good way to gauge the industry’s health. The expo is 3 percent larger in 2014 than it was in 2012, and the exhibitors interviewed for this article expect good things from the industry in the coming year. These in-depth perspectives also revealed that upheaval in the U.S. energy industry is leading to changes that will have repercussions for decades.
October 7, 2013
Corrosion mechanisms, processes
Applying a corrosion prevention product to steel isn’t enough. If the workpiece is contaminated with something as minor as fingerprints or steel fines, corrosion can get a foothold. Understanding the components that make up a corrosion cell, and how a corrosion cell works, is necessary in learning how to prevent corrosion from getting a start.
June 13, 2012
Update from Germany
Interviews with several TUBE exhibitors revealed that the energy industry remains the biggest driver in the tube and pipe industry. The opportunities aren’t just in oil and gas, but also wind and even nuclear, despite the Fukushima incident. Meanwhile, a few vendors have come up with machines and processes that reduce tube and pipe consumption and waste, helping the industry deal with fluctuating metals prices.
August 15, 2002
Understanding coating adhesion
Coatings for tube and pipe can serve as a primer for subsequent painting or they can provide corrosion protection.


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