Featured Article published in “Environmental Science & Engineering” Magazine

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SELECTING PROPER GASKETS FOR WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES INVOLVES MANY CONSIDERATIONS By Chett Norton, C.E.T The importance of plant operators and operations in water treatment facilities selecting the right gaskets cannot be overstated. Unfortunately, they are often the last thing that anyone thinks about, and are in most cases considered a commodity item. However, most operators… Read more »

FSA Award of Merit

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Triangle Fluid Controls (TFC) proudly congratulates Chett Norton as the recipient of the FSA Award of Merit in recognition of his exceptional technical contributions to the Association and for his efforts to promote the mission of the FSA. The Award of Merit is presented by the Board of Directors and the Members of the Fluid… Read more »

2016 Randy McKay Award of Merit goes to…..

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Triangle Fluid Controls (TFC) is pleased to award the 2016 Randy McKay Sales Award of Merit to Yves Pariseau, in recognition for his outstanding sales performance with TFC. The award is given to TFC’s Regional Sales Manager (RSM) whose territory had the largest year-over-year sales increase from 2015 – 2016 and was presented August 24,… Read more »

Gasket Material Selection Tools

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By: Chett Norton, C.E.T. When it comes to finding the appropriate gasket material for your system, gasket selection can be one of two things: confusing or intimidating. Some are not sure where to begin, while others find the thought of dangerous leaks or costly shutdowns put them on edge. To help ease the selection process… Read more »

Check Valve Cost of Ownership

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Why are in-line check valves so expensive? June 8, 2017 By: Bruce Ellis and Stephanie Jouppien   As Canada’s national DFT Check Valve channel partner, we speak with many different people across many different industries in need of an in-line check valve. Once we’ve priced out a valve that fits someone’s needs with custom sizing,… Read more »

6 Common Tools Used in Gasket Installation

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May 4, 2017 By: Chett Norton, C.E.T Gasket installation seems like a simple concept: You take a gasket, put it between two pipes, tighten the bolts and voilà…..it’s done. Although this seems like a straightforward process, even to a seasoned veteran pipefitter, it can be tedious or downright scary if proper care is not taken… Read more »

Gasket Selection Chart

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  1. Critical service can be any factor essential to plant operation or personnel/plant safety, and can include environmental compliance. Failure or disruption of any critical service could result in serious impacts such as fines, time loss and/or   injuries. 2. Extreme Temperature Gasket Series *See product descriptions for more information NOTE: This selection chart is… Read more »

TFC Presents Gasket Guru Video Training Series

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Belleville, ON – March 3, 2017 Finding a reliable sealing solution has never been easier! Triangle Fluid Controls (TFC) the manufacturer of Durlon sealing solutions is excited to present a brand new video series, SEALutions, that answers basic fluid sealing questions in 1-2 minute videos. Topics will range from gasket installation to reusing gaskets and… Read more »

Durlon Gasket Manufacturer Joins Leading Chemical Trade Association

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March 1, 2017   Triangle Fluid Controls Ltd. (TFC) is proud to announce its debut as an associate member into the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) – the voice of Canada’s chemistry industry. CIAC represents Canada’s leading chemistry companies including petrochemical, inorganic and specialty chemical producers, bio-based manufacturers, and chemical transportation. CIAC members are… Read more »

Size Matters! How to Properly Size Check Valves

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March 2, 2017 By: Bruce Ellis and Stephanie Jouppien   You may have heard this one before but size really does matter!   When it comes to check valves or one-way valves, the properly sized valve is the best preforming valve. As simple as this logic is, check valve sizing is largely misunderstood. Check valve… Read more »