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  1. MAXPRO Technologies to Exhibit at Hydrogen Technology North America Expo

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    The MAXPRO Technologies team is excited to share that you’ll be able to find us at Booth #600 at this year’s Hydrogen Technology North America Expo. Held at the NRG Centre in Houston, Texas, from June 28 to 29, 2023.  This event aims to promote the development of the latest hydrogen technologies and solutions.

    Details About the Event

    Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo

    Industry experts will gather at the Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo to discuss various technologies for applications in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. Attendees can expect to learn directly from other professionals throughout the whole hydrogen value chain, with a focus on discussing: 

    • Low-carbon hydrogen production
    • Scalable distribution
    • Efficient storage
    • Mobile and stationary applications of hydrogen technology

    The event will attract more than 110 speakers, 200 exhibitors, and 3,500 attendees. Everyone in attendance will have the chance to both educate and learn from each other about the latest advancements changing the shape of the industry and the future. Attendees will get to see in action the various engineering solutions, manufacturing systems, advanced materials, evaluation tools, and infrastructure necessary to commercialize hydrogen energy.

    Attend the Conference

    Representatives of the entire supply chain in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry will gather at the Hydrogen Technology Expo to share information about the latest design, advanced materials, manufacturing, and testing solutions for hydrogen fuel cells. 

    When you register for this expo, you’ll be able to hear from the event’s 110+ speakers and gain access to all four sessions taking place at the Hydrogen Technology Expo as well as the adjacent Carbon Capture Technology Expo.

    Register for the Event Today

    Don’t miss out on this important industry event! Register for the Hydrogen Technology Expo and get your free expo pass. 

    As the only North American distributor of Maximator® products, MAXPRO Technologies is excited to be attending the 2023 Hydrogen Technology Expo and sharing our expertise about the specialized systems necessary for hydrogen applications. We also look forward to connecting with and learning from other industry professionals so that we can further improve our product and service offerings for our customers. MAXPRO Technologies provides a variety of gas boosters, valves,  fittings, and tubing to ensure that hydrogen systems operate safely and efficiently. We hope to see you at the expo!

    For any additional questions or concerns, contact us today.

  2. MAXPRO® High-Pressure Custom and Standard Systems

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    The engineering and development team at MAXPRO® Technologies Inc. is experienced in creating high-pressure custom and standard pressure systems with applications ranging from burst testing to hydrotesting and beyond. We’ll work closely with you to understand your requirements and make recommendations so that we can design high-pressure custom systems to your exact needs with quality Maximator® GmbH pressure components. Browse our selection of standard and custom solutions to learn more about the potential capabilities of your next high-pressure system.

    Air Amplifier Systems

    Maximator® brand air amplifiers provide cost-effective air amplification to boost air pressure within industrial plants and job shops as well as specific machinery. Inlet air powers these systems rather than electricity, offering added energy efficiency without requiring you to swap out your current air compressor system. Specific models include:

    • Model #AS-GPLV5-20GV-R. This unit can provide air pressure of up to 600 psi. It’s plumbed and mounted on a 20-gallon tank rated for 600 psi per ASME standards. The basic package can provide 5:1 air amplification, with an actual ratio of 6:1.
    • Model #AS-MPLV2-1G. This model offers a 2:1 air amplification point-of-use boost and is well-suited to low-flow applications.
    • Model #AS-DLA5-4G-R-CAB. MAXPRO systems set the standard for quiet operation, but this model takes it to the next level by utilizing acoustical foam-lined enclosures to insulate the unit and lessen noise pollution.
    • Model #AS-DLA15-1-5G-R-PS. This model provides amplified air using shop air supply, with an available test pressure of up to 1500 psi, all within a compact system. You can tailor these models to the pressure needs of your application.

    Gas Booster Systems

    Hydrogen gas pressure intensification is an increasingly popular solution for high-pressure systems. As part of our commitment to innovation, MAXPRO offers engineered-to-order gas booster systems in addition to standard varieties. Our product line includes:

    • Model #MTIG2-5-1L-15-30-REC36-2R. Connecting multiple boosters together enables this model to increase air pressure from 80 to 2500 psi. The pressurized air moves from the gas receiver in which it’s stored through multiple outlet regulators, enabling systems of this model to provide air with varying outlet pressures.
    • Model #MTTB3.5-30-2-ER5000. This model offers multiple testing capabilities, with a burst test and a bubble leak test system. The latter pressurizes a test piece with nitrogen at pressures as high as 3500 psi prior to flooding the chamber.
    • Model #MTIG3.5-30-2. This unique system allows for easy hydraulic line gas testing at pressures of up to 3500 psi. The system comes on casters for optimal mobility and space in the rear for nitrogen bottle storage.

    Liquid Pumping Systems

    MAXPRO’s standard and custom liquid pumping systems are the solution for any facility that needs higher hydraulic pressure utilizing shop air alone. With our selection of Maximator® products, you can achieve pressures of 60 psi up to 101000 psi in models with various configurations.

    • EconoCube Hydrostatic Test Unit. With a simple-to-use air control package, this unit incorporates an inlet high-capacity water filter, a 2.5-inch glycerin-filled pressure gauge, vent valves, and outlet isolation. Its stainless steel construction enables pure water service on a highly pressurized circuit.
    • PowerCube Hydrostatic Test Unit. Get up to 30000 psi with this portable, lightweight unit. At 115 pounds, it includes both water and air filtration with high-flow outlet plumbing in stainless steel.
    • Model #MTPS3-O-PP37HL-20GSS-RV-5OUT-3REGACC. This unit stores oil in its onboard bladder accumulator at a maximum of 3000 psi and then sends it through outlets at varying pressures simultaneously with its three high-pressure, regulator-controlled circuits.
    • Model #MTTB1-W-N-M-PP8. This manually controlled liquid pump model with a sizable containment chamber attached simplifies non-burst hydrostatic testing by eliminating the risk of test fluid leaks.
    • Model #MTPS03-O-L25D-30G-RD-CYCLE. Using an L25D air-driven, double-acting pump, this unit is versatile, with both PLC control and a manual override option. 
    • Model #MTTC-03-W-L25D-8G-RD-CYCLE. This high-flow unit has an L25D double-head pump to deliver outlet flow on every stroke.
    • Model #MTTB05-W-N-R-GX60-N-N-HD. Our Maximator® GX60 air-driven liquid pump is applicable for polyethylene piping up to 8 inches for static and burst testing. It can generate pressure as high as 5000 psi.
    • Model #MTPS05-W-L60-N-DD-MTPL. With designated applications in burst testing samples, this model uses a diaphragm pump that’s air-driven, drawing water from a reservoir to effectively purge and fill the burst testing samples.
    • Model #MTPS05-W-L35-2-N-RD-PFC/MTTB482424SS-75G. When you need full manual control and the ability to reach 5000 psi in test pressure, this unit is the right choice. It has an L35-2 air-driven liquid pump for high performance and uses a vertical pump skid frame to simplify operations.

    Download Our eBook to Learn More

    The team at MAXPRO is here to help with a wide range of system options backed by over two decades of expertise. Download our ebook today to find out more about our high-pressure system solutions and how we can support your operation.

  3. Cycle Test Skid Rated to 1,500 PSIG Featuring Gas Booster Model DLE5-15

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    This semi-automated cycle gas skid system supports customers requiring specific pressure test parameters that are often beyond the capability of hydraulic media systems. Built for nitrogen or compressed air applications, this system is programmed to cycle between 50 psi and 1,500 psi for a predetermined number of cycles using gas pressure.

    Using an air-driven nitrogen gas booster, this system maintains stored gas pressure in a precharged gas accumulator. A pressure regulator controls the accumulator/booster’s source of gas pressure energy. The pressure regulator can be programmed to achieve selectable ramp rates, hold times, decay rates, and repetitive cyclic loops for multiple-cycle tests. The computer interface option allows for complete documentation, recording, pressure control, and programming capabilities. 

    To learn more about our gas boosters, check out our High-Pressure Gas Boosters page or browse our catalog. If you’d like to discuss your project with us, contact MAXPRO Technologies today.

  4. Air Amplifier System, Model #AS-DLA15-1-1G-PS

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    Our Air Amplifier System AS-DLA15-1-1G-PS utilizes a Maximator Model DLA15-1 Air Amplifier and offers an ideal solution for boosting compressed air to pressure ranges higher than most typical shop air systems.

    This is an ideal system for amplifying compressed air from 100 psi to 1,000 psi. It is equipped with a single-acting, single-stage air booster and is entirely pneumatically driven, no electric power required. Highlighted benefits include:

    -Compact design that saves space

    -Easy installation

    -Only requires a supply of compressed air that is equal to or greater than 100 psi

    Built into the system is a pressure switch that can be adjusted and set to pressures ranging from 435 psi to 1,000 psi. The main advantage of the pressure switch is that it automatically shuts off the system once the required pressure is reached. It can also automatically restart the system as compressed air is withdrawn from the system. Once the system senses a 10 percent drop from the set pressure, the amplifier will restart and begin to cycle again, creating more compressed air to refill what has been extracted. Combined with a 1-gallon sample cylinder attached to the system, this amplifier is ideal for small projects that require a few liters of compressed air to be ready on tap.

    To learn more about our air amplifiers, visit our Air Amplifiers page or browse our catalog. Download our “Air Amplifiers & Systems” brochure for more detailed specifications on our products. If you’re ready to discuss or order your air amplifier solution, contact us today.

  5. Equipment Considerations for Hydrogen Applications

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    Equipment Considerations for Hydrogen Applications

    Due to the inherent dangers of working with pressurized hydrogen, it is important to utilize high-pressure equipment that is reliable even in hazardous conditions. An understanding of the specific considerations for these types of applications helps ensure workplace safety and compliance with industry standards.


    Importance of Using the Right High-Pressure Equipment

    When compared to other types of fuel, hydrogen has a very wide flammability range. It is therefore vital that high-pressure equipment used in hydrogen applications does not have any weak points, as hydrogen may press against these points to create cracks or leakage. If the equipment cannot safely contain hydrogen, there are several hazards to be cognizant of.

    When pressurized hydrogen causes a crack in the piping system, it may lead to explosions. This is particularly dangerous because hydrogen requires such low amounts of energy to ignite. Hydrogen flames are difficult to see in daylight and do not produce smoke, making them challenging to identify without getting hazardously close.

    In addition to the risks surrounding hydrogen explosions and flames, other hazards to note include:

    • Hydrogen embrittlement. When hydrogen causes a material to lose ductility and become brittle.
    • Hydrogen permeation. A phenomenon wherein hydrogen ions penetrate thin diaphragms, leading to inaccurate measurements.
    • Hydrogen asphyxiation. A significant risk when hydrogen accumulates during a leak.


    Factors to Consider When Selecting High-Pressure Equipment

    When selecting the appropriate high-pressure valves, fittings, and tubing, there are many factors to consider:


    High Pressure Valves

    High pressure hydrogen valves must meet strict industry standards to ensure high performance even in harsh environments. Factors to consider when choosing a hydrogen gas valve include:

    • Temperature range. The valve must be able to operate well at a wide range of temperatures.
    • Regulating stem design. A regulating stem controls the flow of gas.
    • Seat material. Metal seats create a tighter shut-off, resulting in improved equipment longevity.
    • Valve body patterns. There is a range of patterns available depending on the needs of the application.
    • Sizes and ratings. Choosing the appropriate size ensures the valve will perform well under the required pressure.


    High Pressure Fittings

    Factors to consider when choosing high pressure fittings include:

    • Types of fittings. There are a range of fitting types to choose from, including adapters, couplings, and elbows.
    • Sizes and ratings. Depending on the size, fittings may have a pressure rating of standard, medium, high, or ultra high.
    • Quality control and industry standards. High pressure fittings should meet quality control standards such as those set by ASME.


    High Pressure Tubing

    When choosing high pressure tubing, it is important to consider both the diameter size and the pressure ratings. Tubing with a smaller diameter will generally withstand higher pressures than tubing with a larger diameter.

    When paired with the proper equipment, hydrogen has a vast array of applications, including:

    • Fuel cells
    • Power plant generator cooling
    • Chemical
    • Petroleum refining
    • Oil and gas
    • Hydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids in vegetable oils
    • Hydrogen fueling stations
    • Glass manufacturing
    • Aerospace applications
    • Welding, annealing, and heat-treating metals
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Fertilizer and ammonia production
    • Waterjet
    • High pressure food processing
    • Semiconductor manufacturing
    • Hydraulic power units


    Hydrogen Applications Guide

    Because hydrogen is highly combustible, it is critical to choose the best valves, fittings, tubing and gas boosters for safe operation. Check out our latest resource, Products for Hydrogen Applications from Maximator GmbH & Maxpro Technologies, for an in-depth look at high-pressure valves, fittings, and filters that are made to support the needs of hydrogen applications.

    MAXPRO Solutions

    For over two decades, MAXPRO has been providing industry-leading hydrogen solutions for customers across a range of industries. We are ISO 9001:2015 certified, with a strong commitment to quality. Our equipment meets the standards of both the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and European Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC, and is TUV certified and CE Mark compliant.

    High-Pressure Equipment from MAXPRO

    Choosing appropriate equipment is vital when working with pressurized hydrogen. Our experienced team will work with you to determine the options that best suit the needs of your project. Find more information in our brochure, or request your quote today to begin working with us on your next project.

  6. Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Acquires Maximator Test, LLC to Add High-Pressure Testing Services to Capabilities

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    Fairview, PA — April 11, 2022 — Maxpro Technologies Inc. now offers offers high-pressure testing services with the acquisition of Maximator Test, LLC, in Gurnee, IL.

    maximator high pressure testingMaximator Test offers a full range of high-pressure testing services, including leak, impulse and proof testing with pressures to 65,000 psi, and burst testing with pressures to 145,000 psi.  Maximator Test also offers autofrettage services to 145,000 psi.

    Maximator Test is a resource for Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) testing, component/assembly validation testing, and material validation testing.   Maximator Test offers unique test equipment to provide accurate data needed to make cost-saving decisions.

    Paul Bowser, President of Maxpro Technologies said “Maximator Test is a good fit for the Maxpro brand because we are the exclusive North American distributor of Maximator high pressure products, including valves, fittings, tubing, air amplifiers, gas boosters and liquid pumps and also standard and custom-designed high pressure packaged power systems”.

    If you would like to learn more about high pressure testing services offered by Maximator Test, please contact our team here.

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  7. Changing Coning Blades and Die Chasers on the Coning & Threading Machines

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    Changing Coning Blades and Die Chasers on the Coning & Threading Machines

    Since 2011,  MAXPRO Technologies has been building  patented, easy-to-operate coning and threading machines.  Coned and threaded connections are a safe and reliable option for medium, high, and ultra-high pressure tubing.  Follow these instructions for changing the coning blades and die chasers. Click here to watch a video.  

    Things You’ll Need

    • Screwdriver or rod
    • Die chasers
    • Coning blades
    • Tommy bar (supplied with the machine)
    • Setting tool (Supplied in the tool kit)

    Coning Blade Installation 

    1.  Two coning blades are required for each size and pressure, ¼” through ¾”, and must be identical.  
    2.  One or two coning blades may be used for 1” OD tubing, 15,200 psi or 22,500 psi pressure rated tubing.  Two identical blade operation is standard for 1” OD tubing.  One blade may be used, especially if paired with optional 1” deburring blade for the ID of the tube.
    3.  One coning blade and one ID deburring blade is used for coning 1½” OD 15,200 psig tubing.
    4.  Countersunk hole is on the top blade surface to accept a #8-32 flat head cap screw.
    5.  Check to make sure there are no chips in the blade pocket on the Tool Holder.
    6.  Set each coning blade Part # side up  in the pocket and tighten firmly with 3/32” Allen wrench (provided).

     Thread Chaser Installation

    1. Access Die Head by sliding the carriage with the lever handle into the CONE position and lift the plastic shield.

    2. Trip head into open position

    Thread Chaser Installation

    3. Open Head for Chaser Insertion

    Chaser Access

    4. Inserting Chasers

    Inserting Die Chasers

    5. Closing the Die Head

    Coning Pitch Adjustment 

    1. With the Die Head in the closed, ready to thread position, check for the proper thread diameter by attempting to screw in a known good threaded tube, or, alternatively use a rod with an outside diameter equal to the minor thread diameter. If the test tube does not thread in, or threads in too tight or loose, adjusting ring binding (set) screw (5/32″ Allen wrench provided) on the adjusting ring must be loosened and the adjusting ring rotated with a 5/16″ diameter pin (provided) inserted into a hold on the adjusting ring.

    Loosen adjusting ring binding screw using provided hex key

    2. There are two marks on the adjusting ring. Rotating the ring towards “S” makes the thread diameter smaller (moving ring CCW as you’re facing the Die Head). Rotating the ring towards “L” makes the thread diameter larger (moving the ring CW as you’re facing the Die Head).

    By means of a pin inserted into the hold of the adjusting ring, turn until desired thread size is obtained.

    3. Check for proper thread diameter using matching size minor thread setup gauge (provided with complete tooling kits). Care should be taken not to force the chasers onto the setup gauge. Alternatively, a known good threaded tube can be screwed into the chasers. Ensure the tube does not thread in too tightly or loosely. Further minor adjustments necessary to obtain correct size settings are achieved by repeating steps 1 and 2.

    4. Re-tighten the adjusting ring binding (set) screw on the adjusting ring.

    5. A trial cone and thread should be made on a scrap piece of tubing (or excessively long tube) to confirm proper threading sizing. Threading a collar onto the tubing smoothly with little clearance will confirm an acceptable thread diameter.


    MAXPRO Field Services, Installation, and Repair

    MAXPRO’s Maximator coning and threading machines are designed for easy operation and maintenance.   

    Please contact us if  you need help maintaining any Maxpro product.  We offer phone support, in-house repair services or service at your facility.   Contact us today to learn more about our capabilities.  


  8. Data Logger

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    MAXPRO’s Data Logger

    Data Logger

    I have been in the oil and gas testing industry for over 24 years and found that one of the essential elements of testing is collecting data to create a snapshot of what occurred during the testing process. Testing is crucial when proving new designs and determining if component can withstand the elements before being put into service. These elements could include axial loading in tension/compression, applied bending, torsion, internal/external pressure, and elevated/sub-zero temperatures in tubular type products. Testing can introduce all these elements independently or in a combination of two or more simultaneously. The applications of simulated environments are pretty much endless. Proper equipment is vital to retrieve the best results to create a snapshot of everything that occurred during testing. (more…)

  9. Coning & Threading of High-Pressure Tubing

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    Coning & Threading of High-Pressure Tubing

    In medium- and high-pressure systems, coned and threaded tubing connections ensure safety and reliability.

    Tools Required

    • Bottle of cutting oil
    • Collet
    • Collet wrench
    • Coning blades (and spare)
    • Coning tool
    • Deburring tool
    • Threading tool 
    • Tube holder
    •  Optional Complete Coning and Threading Kit includes everything you need!

    How to Change the Coning Blades in the Coning Tool

    To begin, the coning blades need to be properly installed in the coning tool. Locate the part numbers etched on one side of the blade and place the blade in the coning tool with the numbers facing outward. Once the blade is correctly installed, tighten the set screws on either side of the tool to secure the blade in place


    Now that the tool has been prepped, the following steps will guide you through the coning and threading process:

    1. Insert the tube into the tube holder until it can be seen at the top of the viewing window.
    2. Place the flat end of the tube holder into a vice and tighten the collet nut to secure it in place.
    3. Cover the coning blades in cutting oil and install the coning tool onto the side of the tube holder opposite the tube by turning the knurled nut.
    4. Begin rapidly turning the handle of the coning tool while gradually turning the knurled nut to drive the blades into the cone on the end of the tube.
    5. Remove the coning tool by loosening the knurled nut.
    6. Loosen the collet nut and move the tube further into the tube holder and tighten it to allow you to hold the tube during the threading process.
    7. To start the first thread, install the die holder onto the end of the tube and firmly press down.
    8. Add cutting oil into the die holder.
    9. To obtain the appropriate amount of thread for a ¼” tube, turn the die holder approximately 12 times.
    10. Every few turns, reverse the die holder to break off any chips.
    11. The tube now has a cone and left-hand thread and can be removed from the die holder and the tube holder.
    12. Install the gland and collar on the tube with 1 to 2 threads visible above the collar.
    13. Lubricate the threads on the gland to prevent them from galling when the stainless parts are joined. 
    14. Install the tube into the fitting by hand tightening it.
    15. Place the assembly into the vice to torque the fitting using the appropriate sized torque wrench for your tubing.

    MAXPRO Field Services, Installation, & Repair

    Since 1995, MAXPRO Technologies has provided industry-leading high-pressure solutions. With a team of highly qualified engineers and technicians, we install every piece of equipment sold to ensure accuracy and optimal performance. We provide support for our products throughout their life cycle and offer field and in-house repair to allow customers to get the most out of their purchase. To learn more about our coning and threading services and equipment, contact us today.


  10. Main Types of High Pressure Valves & When to Use Them

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    Main Types of High Pressure Valves & When to Use Them

    High pressure valves are used to regulate the flow of liquids, gases and other media through tubing, pipes, tanks, and other containers. There are several valve types to choose from, including some that provide on/off control.  The type of high pressure valve you choose depends on the specific requirements of your application. Here, we will discuss the various types of valves and the key factors you should consider when selecting a valve for your application.  

    Features to Consider When Choosing a Valve 

    There are several things to consider when selecting a valve, including:


    • Media Type. When determining the best valve for your needs, it is important to consider your process.   For example, Is the fluid corrosive?  Are you using gas? 
    • Application. It’s crucial to select the correct valve sizing based on your application’s requirements. It’s also important to consider the environment where the valve will operate.   Understanding conditions such as temperature, flow rate, and pressure will help you determine the best valve option. 
    • Valve Function. Consider how you need the valve to function and whether it will be used for on/off control or flow control  in a system. It is also important to determine if the valve you require will be operated by hand or via an actuator for remote control applications.     
    • Actuation. Consider whether the valve should be “air to close–normally open” or “air to open–normally closed”.    

    Types of Valves

    At Maxpro, we carry several valve styles to suit many applications:  


    Air to Close, Normally Open Valve Actuators

    Air to close valves are held in the open position by the valve spring and require air pressure to move them into the closed position. Choose this valve if you want to vent pressure in the line if you were to lose power.


    Air to Open, Normally Closed Valve Actuators

    Air to open valves are held in the closed position by the valve spring and require air pressure to move them into the open position. Choose this valve to maintain pressure in the line during a power failure.  


    Ball Valves

    Maximator ball valves are capable of handling liquids and gases up to 21,000 psi at room temperature.  Ball valves have larger orifices resulting in increased flow.  Choose this valve for your control panel or other hydraulic system if flow is the most important factor.  

    Block and Bleed Valves

    Maximator block and bleed valves are compact and easy to use.  Block and bleed valves are two-stem manifold valves designed for blocking, bleeding and calibrating  pressure gauges and transmitters up to 22,500 psi @ room temperature. 


    Cryogenic Valves

    Maximator cryogenic needle valves are designed to work with  line temperatures to -423°F.    For example:  This valve can be used  on high pressure nitrogen injection trucks and skids to control the flow of nitrogen.  


    Electric Flow Control Valves

    Electric flow control valves use an electric control signal to meter small flow rates with repeatable and precise control for liquids and gases. These valves are for metering only and are not ideal for complete shutoff applications.  One example of an application would be simulating a down hole environment by pressurizing or venting a large volume vessel with a controlled pressure ramp rate.  


    High Pressure Adjustable Relief Valves

    Maxpro proportional pressure relief valves are designed to protect systems and components from over-pressure for both gas and liquid applications.  The unique poppet design allows for chatter free pressure release and excellent deadband pressure control.  


    High Pressure Check Valves

    High pressure check valves permit fluid flow in one direction only, thus preventing backflow in high pressure applications.


    High Pressure Needle Valves

    Maximator high pressure needle valves  provide on/off control of fluids and gases.  These  valves are used in conjunction with high pressure fittings and tubing to plumb systems to 101,000 psi.  


    High Pressure Pipe Valves

    Maximator pipe valves with metal to metal seats provide on/off control for fluids and gases and are rated up to 15,200 psi.  


    Manifold Blocks

     A manifold is a component used to simultaneously connect multiple parts into a system so all parts are exposed to the same circuit conditions (such as media or pressure).  A manifold is used in place of multiple connections between components.   For example:  A manifold can be used  to hydrostatically test multiple parts at the same time.


    Micro-Metering Valves

    Micro-metering valves are designed for metering small flow rates with precise, repeatable control for both gases and liquids.   


    MAXPRO Technologies’ High Pressure Valves

    Since 2007, MAXPRO® Technologies has provided top-quality high pressure valve solutions for customers across a diverse range of industries. Our high pressure valves offer a variety of  body pattern options, metal-to-metal seat, non-rotating stem design, and performance in a wide range of temperatures. Our products meet the highest industry standards and can be used in various demanding applications, including food processing, oil and gas, waterjet, and chemical processing.


    When you partner with MAXPRO, we will work with you to determine the best possible solution for your high pressure valve needs. To learn more about our products and capabilities, check out our High Pressure Valve catalog or contact us today.


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