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Swagelok Northern CaliforniaTable of ContentsCase Study 1: Complex Mount Solutions for the Semiconductor and Chemical Manufacturing Industries .2Case Study 2: A One-Stop Shop for Assembly Solutions, from Design to Production.4Case Study 3: Meeting Any Deadline with On-Demand Engineering .6Case Study 4: Creating Compact Assemblies for Mobile Applications .8Case Study 5: Making It Easier to Do Business with Smart Components. 10Case Study 6: Sample Collection Challenges in the Petrochemical Industry.12Case Study 7: Custom Panel Assemblies in the Oil and Gas Industry.13Case Study 8: Creating Leak-Free Assemblies for Greenhouse Gases in the Power Industry.14Case Study 9: Optimized Assembly Design Services for Ideal Operating Conditions.16Case Study 10: Creating Quick Solutions for Threaded Connections in Analytical Instrumentation.173393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California21

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaSwagelok in Action: Turnkey AssemblySolutions for Real World ApplicationsPiecing It All TogetherAt Swagelok, we’ve been crafting sophisticated solutions for critical fluid system challenges since 1947.We build systems both complex and simple, helping you put everything together in the easiest,most efficient way. From substituting valves to configuring a complete system, our engineersprovide assistance at every project stage — updating old assemblies, expanding existing systems,crafting and troubleshooting new setups. No matter what your manufacturing process, we’re hereto make it easier for you to do business.The following case studies highlight turnkey assembly solutions of all kinds, from mobile labs tocompact chillers. See for yourself how Swagelok in action can change the shape of a manufacturer’sbusiness.Providing Start-to-Finish Engineering ServicesThe most complex systems begin with the simplest ideas, and assemblies are no exception.From the first project inquiry to a completed operating assembly, the Swagelok team is on-hand.For the following project, we started with nothing but a pencil sketch.Case Study 1: Complex Mount Solutions for the Semiconductorand Chemical Manufacturing IndustriesThermocouples are used in many day-to-day applications. In homes, businesses, and offices, theyact as temperature sensors in our thermostats and flame sensors in our appliances’ safety switches.These electrical devices are simple, cost-effective, and offer robust measurement capabilities.An essential tool in a wide range of temperature management and measurement applications,the versatility of thermocouples means that their manufacture varies greatly. Depending on theapplication, they are available as probes, probes with independent connectors, transition jointprobes, and even in bare-wire style and infrared models.An effective thermocouple assembly can be critical to industrial operations and the monitoringof sensitive liquids, gases, and mechanical systems.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California2

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaThe ChallengeThe client, a producer of chemicals and specialty components for the semiconductor industry,was dealing with a thermocouple assembly challenge. In order to effectively monitor temperaturesin their assembly, they needed to create a complex mount that didn’t yet exist — within atwo-week window.The client’s team was able to provide a rough pencil sketch of the basic design needed for theirsystem, but they had no precise drawing, components, or engineering available to support it.The system media involved a series of various semiconductor precursors, as well as servicesfor low pressure and low temperatures, or a “cold trap.”The SolutionReady with expert technical advice, Swagelok Northern California’s engineering team got to workimmediately. With a pencil sketch in hand, they quickly crafted a clean CAD plan, from which theycould roll through a series of refinements and iterations. Once the drawings and CAD designhad been worked out, the team delivered not one, but four unique custom assemblies — allwithin the customer’s critical two-week window.Before8567423ITEM 1610PART NUMBERSWAGELOK1" MVCR GLAND X 1" TUBE FITTING1SS-810-R-16SWAGELOK1/2" SLK TO 1" TUBE REDUCER13T8-S-049SWAGELOK1/2" SS SEAMLESS TUBING, .049"WALL, 4.25IN14SS-810-3SWAGELOK1/2" TEE15SS-200-R-8BTSWAGELOK1/8" TUBE FITTING X 1/2" TA REDUCER, BORE THRU16T2-S-028-EQUIVALENTJMS SOUTHEAST1/8" TUBING, CLOSED END, 11.5IN17TYPE K TCJMS SOUTHEASTTYPE K THERMOCOUPLE, 13.5" L18SS-200-6SWAGELOK1/8" UNION1ZONE1REVISIONSThermal measurement tap tee assembly OVEDDTC SLEEVE SWAGE DIM?1.98CC123458BB76ATHE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.Thermal measurement tap tee assembly CADNAMEDRAWNDATE8/9/2016CHECKEDMFG APPR.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:MATERIAL:DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHESTOLERANCES:MACH ANGLE0.2BENT ANGLE0.5FRACTIONAL1/128TWO PLACE DECIMAL.010THREE PLACE DECIMAL.005FINISH:DO NOT SCALE DRAWING876543AENG APPR.TITLE:THERMAL MEASUREMENT TAP TEEASSYSIZEDWG. NO.BREV2SNC-ALAM-0001SCALE: NONE2WEIGHT:SHEET 1 OF 113393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California3

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 2: A One-Stop Shop for Assembly Solutions, fromDesign to ProductionWe handle the heavy lifting so our customers don’t have to —all the way through finalmanufacturing and assembly, and even with a tight turnaround. All of our work is backedby dedicated service, reliable delivery, global support, and our industry leading limitedlifetime warranty.For this project, Swagelok developed, manufactured, and delivered a chiller box assemblywith the ease of a one-stop shop, servicing even the most stringent requirements.Compact Chiller Box Development and Production for the SemiconductorIndustryThe design and manufacturing processes involved in the semiconductor industry rely heavilyon ideal environmental conditions. Gas quality, purity, moisture levels, and temperature allplay a critical role in an operation’s success.The ChallengeAn original equipment manufacturer in the semiconductor industry had specific requirements for the design of a chiller box. It needed to be cost effective while handling specificnecessary flow rates without any kind of leakage. It also needed to fit within a small footprintas a final assembled system.The customer didn’t have in-house design engineering to fully develop the concept, so theyrequired assistance in both crafting the design and assembling the final chiller box. Theywere also working on a tight timeline with a limited budget. Without quick developmentand manufacture, the chiller box would stall other manufacturing processes and delay finalshipment dates.The system needed to be capable of operations as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit, as well ashandling glycol — an extremely difficult medium to contain without leakage. The combinationof these requirements meant that high-performance components and high-level engineeringwere critical; the system would inherently have a strong tendency to leak.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California4

423.1Swagelok Northern CaliforniaDThe SolutionWith Swagelok’s engineering skills andour wide array of high performancecomponents, our team was able toquickly and efficiently provide a carefullydesigned system that met all thenecessary criteria, fitted within a smallCfootprint and impervious to leaks.The manufacturing team producedthe chiller boxes well ahead of thedeadline and within the client’s budget.With the help of just a single company,the client successfully met all of theirproject needs.B855673630242625274231282034DD22212322THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTYC OFDRAWN BYSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANY 8CHECKED BYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF23 ENG APPR.SWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.NAMEDATEN.IDEAPR16DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHESTOLERANCES:FRACTIONALANGULAR: MACHBENDTWO PLACE DECIMALTHREE PLACE DECIMALBFINISH:TITLE:15CHILLER BOXSIZE13DWG. NO.BSLAS-00012SCALE: NONEDO NOT SCALE DRAWING433357WEIGHT:231131326REVE1BASHEET 121 OF 2149THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.AChiller box drawing and designDRAWN BYNAMEDATEN.IDEAPR16CHECKED BYMATERIAL:DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHESTOLERANCES:FRACTIONALANGULAR: MACHBENDTWO PLACE DECIMALTHREE PLACE DECIMALFINISH:DO NOT SCALE DRAWING76543AENG APPR.MFG APPR.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:SEE BOM8CA22 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:SEE BOMDETAIL ASCALE 1 : 223MFG APPR.MATERIAL:22TITLE:CHILLER BOXSIZEDWG. NO.BREVSCALE: NONEWEIGHT:23393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern CaliforniaE1SLAS-00014SHEET 2 OF 215

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 3: Meeting Any Deadline with On-Demand EngineeringLost time in industrial companies comes at a heavy cost — not only in terms of money, butalso for productivity. At Swagelok, we can recommend a turnkey solution for any assemblyproblem, exactly when you need it.For this project, the team developed an immediate solution to a panel assembly challenge,keeping a research and development lab’s work on track.Panel Assemblies and Product Selection in Research and DevelopmentTemperature, purity, and moisture levels are all critical elements in the design and manufactureof semiconductors. Precise, efficient management of these elements allows for both ease ofoperation and innovation.Talented engineers and researchers depend upon sophisticated assemblies to help getthese jobs done.The ChallengeThe research and development department of a major semiconductor manufacturer wasthriving, but they had run into a tricky deadline with the creation of a panel assembly foran expansion project. If they couldn’t find a solution in time to meet the deadline, thedepartment’s expansion would be halted.While the team’s engineer had no knowledge of Swagelok components or assemblies, theclient reached out to us for immediate help, requiring design service with a quick turnaroundand readily available components.The panel assembly in question required managing pressure coming out of a cylinder andtraveling into a regulator. The line carried oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen at an ambienttemperature. The gases started under a significant pressure of several thousand PSI fromthe cylinder, and needed to come from the regulator at roughly 40 PSI.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California6

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaThe SolutionThe Swagelok team responded immediately, traveling to meet with the client and examinethe situation. The engineers reached out for consultation and helped build the neededpanels, introducing the client’s research team to a whole new family of componentsand parts.Bearing in mind the project’s pressing time frame, our specialists selected the bestcomponents available to meet the technical requirements, including regulators,XT series hoses, gauges, and needle valves. The team also developed a plan for growth,designing panels for future implementation when necessary. The future of this client’sR&D expansion is now brighter than ever.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California7

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 4: Creating Compact Assemblies for Mobile ApplicationsRestricted time, budget, and space are just a few factors that commonly affect assemblyprojects, and every single situation is different. With engineering expertise, a reliablepartnership, and dedicated service, our team rises to any occasion — in this project, bydeveloping a mobile lab for a very small space.Mobile Assemblies with Modern Capabilities for Government &Utilities IndustriesConstant research and lab support are critical to operations in industries such as oil andgas, chemical and petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and utilities. Carefully monitoring allnecessary materials, conditions, and equipment can present a serious challenge —especially when operations are spread out across different locations.The ChallengeThe client, a large utility company, manages complex operations across multiple locations.In order to provide appropriate support to every location, they needed a mobile lab service.Unfortunately, older mobile designs would not fit in a new setup — the space was just toosmall. They had tried several different solutions, but always came up slightly short; theassemblies needed for their work were simply too big.The system media was straightforward enough: water. However, it needed to handlepressures upward of 5000 PSIG. The temperature needed to remain ambient, and allcomponents were required to be 316 Stainless Steel.The SolutionThe engineering team at Swagelok Northern California had a vision for a system with botha smaller footprint and higher performance. In order to create a more efficient panel, theyreplaced the older design’s needle valves, which were being used for on/off service, withquarter-turn shut-off valves. With solid teamwork, the solution was completed in a matterof hours.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California8

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaThis solution actually streamlined the entire panel design. With the new quarter-turn ballvalves, the overall assembly was compact enough to attach to the mobile lab inside theclient’s van, making it fully capable of completing any on- or off-site work. In spite of a series of design challenges and a decision-making process that took nearly ayear, the final mobile lab was a great success.8ITEM NO.DC567MANUFACTURERPART NUMBERDESCRIPTION41CUSTOMP0226161044SS PANEL12SWAGELOKSS-4SKPS4-KSK SERIES BALL VALVE 45SWAGELOKSS-400-3-4TAT6MCMASTER7MCMASTER81/4" NEEDLE VALVE11/4" ADAPTER ELBOW41/4" ADAPTER TEE291075A0331/4"-20X3"L HEX STAND-OFF491855A3601/4"-20 CAP NUT4MCMASTER90107A0291/4" FLAT WASHER89MCMASTER91108A3301/4" TOOTHED LOCK WASHER410SWAGELOKSS-4-TA-1-4AN1/4" TUBE TO MALE AN111SWAGELOKSS-400-3-4AAT1/4" ADAPTER TEE312SNCT02261610001/4"X0.049" WALL 316 SS TUBING113SWAGELOKSS-4-TA-1-4ST1/4" TUBE TO 7/16"-20 SAE O-SEAL114SWAGELOKSS-400-P1/4" PLUG115SWAGELOKSS-4-TA-41/4" TUBE ADAPTER CROSS116SWAGELOKSS-4-TA-31/4" ADAPTER TEE117SNCT02291615421/4"X0.049" WALL 316SS TUBE118SNCT02291615521/4"X0.049" WALL SS TUBE 2" LONG119MCMASTER-CARR1/4" JIC CAP120SNCLASER ENGRAVING ON PANEL15482K187LASER ENGRAVING231QTY.DCBBNOTES:1.USE THREAD LOCKING COMPOUND ON ALL FASTENERS2.HYDROSTATICALLY PRESSURE TEST PANEL TO 5000PSIG USE COMPRESSED AIR TO BLOWRESIDUAL WATER OUT.3.FOR SHIPPING PLUG ALL PORTS WITH PLASTIC CAPSBeforeAfterTHE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.ADRAWN BYNAMEDATEN.IDEMAR16CHECKED BYMATERIAL:DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHESTOLERANCES:FRACTIONALANGULAR: MACHBENDTWO PLACE DECIMALTHREE PLACE DECIMALFINISH:DO NOT SCALE DRAWING876543AENG APPR.MFG APPR.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:TITLE:SIZEDWG. NO.BREVASNC-030216-001SCALE: NONE2WEIGHT:SHEET 1 OF 213393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California9

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 5: Making It Easier to Do Business with Smart ComponentsThe Swagelok team builds CAD drawings for new ideas, troubleshoots hang-ups in existingsystems, and makes installation, operation, and maintenance as straightforward aspossible by calling upon our vast inventory of specialty parts.In this project, we helped the client change potentially confusing components from acomplex assembly into a system with foolproof parts. The installation results? Seamless.Foolproof Hose Installation for Complex Assemblies in the SemiconductorIndustryThe concept of Poka-yoke comes from Japanese engineer Shigeo Shingo at Toyota, and hasguided error prevention in industrial spaces worldwide since the 1960s. Directly interpretedto English, the term “poka-yoke” means “mistake-proofing” or “inadvertent error prevention.”Applied to manufacturing, a poka-yoke device helps to easily prevent common mistakes:incorrect part production, improper system assembly, or erroneous tool use. It’s the firststep in error-proofing a system.Putting a poka-yoke in place helps ensure that the process, equipment, or tools in questionare as successful as possible. The actual components of such an assembly make it impossiblefor a user to make a mistake, thus saving time, equipment, money, and frustration.The ChallengeThe client, an original equipment manufacturer in the semiconductor industry, had anassembly installation problem. The system needed to serve both supply and return in acooling media assembly, but the supply and return hoses in their working assembly werevery similar. This made for a confusing installation process — technicians were installingthe components backwards.In order to keep the assembly and maintenance flowing smoothly, they needed to find apoka-yoke solution to assist their technicians and operators — the hoses needed to beclearly differentiated.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California10

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaThe SolutionAfter meeting with the engineering team at Swagelok Northern California, the answerwas clear: the hoses themselves could be redesigned to help with ease of installation,maintenance, and operation, for the whole system.The team quickly selected different end connections for the hoses in question. By givingeach hose a unique type of connection, it was physically impossible for the assemblyinstallation technicians to reverse the supply and return components — backwardinstallation was no longer an option.The solution was low-cost, the parts were readily available, and the client no longerneeded to worry about inadvertent errors with their assembly hoses.Swagelok Hose and Flexible Tubing3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California11

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 6: Sample Collection Challenges in the Petrochemical IndustryIn crude processing, sample collection is key to ensure successful operation and a high qualityfinal product. Petrochemical companies require a variety of different gasses and liquids to becollected and accurately evaluated on a regular basis to achieve the proper balance andformulation for chemicals, fuels, and more.The ChallengeA Swagelok customer needed to reliably collect gas samples from their plant using samplecylinders, which would then be transported back to a lab via truck for testing and analysis.Technicians were utilizing Swagelok Quick Connect Parts (SS-QC6-D-4PF/SS-QC6-B-4PF) forsample collection, but the valve stem tips were routinely getting bent and damaged duringthe process.The SolutionOur Swagelok team determined thatthe valve stem tips were getting bentby both technical operations (thetechnician would unintentionally jamthe stem tip into the body of the quickconnect without aligning it properly)and transportation (the samples wouldaccidentally fall or get jostled in thetruck). We turned to our comprehensiveQuick Connect inventory to finda better fit: an alternative QuickConnect from our QTM series.The new part increased productivity and eliminated the problem of bent tips; its durable,recessed stem is never exposed to potential accidental damage. After extensive review andanalysis, including hands-on testing with the engineering department, our customer updatedtheir entire inventory of 200 complete cylinder sets with new QTM2 Quick Connects. Not onlywas the problem solved, but they also gained larger flow capacity for improved samplecollection and efficiency.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California12

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 7: Custom Panel Assemblies in the Oil and Gas IndustrySpecialized assemblies play a role in driving countless industries, from operational proceduresto equipment and machinery. Panel assemblies are a great example of a compact, criticalworking component.The ChallengeOur OEM client had established their core business by manufacturing industrial andenvironmental machinery, but they received a new project that incorporated assembled2panels. Theywanted to deliver the1 requested high-quality Nitrogen Purge Panels for the3REV1 OF 3customer, but didn’t knowwhereSHEETto startfor selection criteria, the decision process, orESNC-062515-001 REV Eeven design work — panels were not among their specialties.PART. NO.OCKELONG" LONGORNDLE" LONG" LONG6" " LONGQTY.6253646437536121115130121113133333111The SolutionDThe manufacturer called Swagelok Northern California forcalibration certificates and technical information on flowmeters. The Swagelok Northern California representativeoffered assembly service, which they didn’t even realize wasan option. The manufacturing team’s engineers, purchasingstaff, and manufacturing managers met with Swagelokspecialists to finalize a design and order for the complete,custom-built panels.CBy outsourcing the panel build to our assembly specialists,the manufacturer was able to focus on maintaining theircore business — and still offer a superior final product totheir customer. Swagelok engineers were able to reduce theproject’s footprint, simplify its design, and reduce possibleleak points by minimizing the number of threaded connections. In addition, long component lead times were eitherEeliminated or reduced through product substitution andBsupply chain planning, avoiding any oiding any possible delivery delays.Swagelok built anddesigned panelNOTES:1.ON ALL FASTENERS USE THREAD LOCKING COMPOUND3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok NorthernCaliforniaoncept depictedmay notbe disclosed to others without prior written approval.Aer components not manufactured by Swagelok as you specified. Please13

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 8: Creating Leak-Free Assemblies for Greenhouse Gases inthe Power IndustrySulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) gas has long been a popular dielectric and insulating material inthe electric power industry. Nontoxic, nonflammable, and noncorrosive, the material offershigh chemical stability, excellent thermal conductivity, and a long list of additional benefits,including ease of installation, handling, and maintenance.Unfortunately, SF6 is also a greenhouse gas, thus requiring extremely careful management867and MANUFACTURERattention to possibleemissions.DESCRIPTIONPART NUMBER5ITEM NO.123D456SWAGELOKSS-FL4TA4TA4-241/4" ALL METAL HOSE11/4" QC QUICK-CONNECT11/2" QUICK CONNECT SELF-SEALING1The WAGELOKSS-400-R-8SWAGELOKSS-QC4-S-4004231QTY.A public utility company’s high voltage transformers, 1insulated with SF6 gas, required routine1/2" TUBE TO 1/4" SWAGELOKADAPTER1/4" QUICK CONNECT STEM1monitoringlevels andremovalof moisturewhen detected. The techniciansSWAGELOKfor moistureSS-401-PC1/4" PORTCONNECTOR1were struggling to make the connections between their equipment and the installedtransformers across many varied sites — they needed a standardized adapter solution.C26B5143SF6 moisture test hoseThe SolutionATHE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.DRAWN BYNAMEDATEN.IDENOV14CHECKED BYDeveloped to connect quickly and simply with minimal spilling and air inclusion, SwagelokENG APPR.MFG APPR.TITLE:MATERIAL:Quick Connects were the answer. Utilizing these high performanceadapters and customSEE BOMSIZE DWG. NO.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHESTOLERANCES:FRACTIONALANGULAR: MACHBENDTWO PLACE DECIMALTHREE PLACE DECIMALSF6 MOISTURE TEST HOSEengineering, the Swagelok Northern California team worked with the customer’s mechanicalSCALE: NONEFINISH:BDO NOT SCALE DRAWINGengineers to devise a solution. They also crafted supporting CAD drawings for an efficient,867543RASNC-110514-0052WEIGHT:SHEET 1 O1standardized, safe, and leak-free assembly to help maintain and protect the transformers’insulating systems.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California14

D8106129712411Case Study 8: Creating Leak-Free Assemblies for Greenhouse Gases inthe Power Industry53SF6 test and control 0SWAGELOKLAOX-JWESTERN ENTERPRISES SS-9210911WESTERN ENTERPRISES SS-15-3FINISH:SEE BOMMATERIAL:THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THISDRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. ANYREPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLEWITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OFSWAGELOK NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ISPROHIBITED.123393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.com15DO NOT SCDIMENSIONS ATOLERANCES:FRACTIONALANGULAR: MATWO PLACE DTHREE PLACE DUNLESS OTHEMFG APPR.ENG APPR.CHECKED BYDRAWN BYSwagelok Northern CaliforniaCBASwagelok Northern CaliforniaThe Solution cont.In order to deeply understand both the problem and solution, the Swagelok team visitedthe unique sites and provided technical support to ensure maximum efficiency and zeroleaks. The greenhouse gas was effectively contained, and the technicians could nowperform essential maintenance with confidence and ease.

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 9: Optimized Assembly Design Services for Ideal OperatingConditionsManufacturing depends on creating the best possible operational environments, andsemiconductor manufacturing is no exception; temperature, purity and moisture levels are allcritical elements for successful production. Precise and efficient control of these conditionsdepends upon sophisticated assemblies.The ChallengeThe manufacturer, a dedicated Swagelok customer, routinely purchased specialty componentsto build chillers, air management assemblies, and other controlled gas assembly solutions.While their technical staff was highly skilled and capable of their own construction and assembly,they needed design optimization and assistance with regulator sizing.BeforeThe SolutionThe additional expense of sourcing the Swagelok NorthernCalifornia team to complete full assemblies (as opposed tosimply sourcing parts) was negligible compared to the valuegained by the manufacturer’s production technicians’ increasedcapacity to focus on higher value operations. In addition,Swagelok was able to build the same solution with a smallerfootprint, fewer parts, and the same level of performance.AfterNot only did the manufacturer save time and money, theygained an immense value: a warranty on the full assembly asopposed to warranted parts only. The added quality andcapacity also allowed the manufacturer to boost productoutput without any additional hiring or operational changes.3393 West Warren Ave Fremont, CA 94538 P: 510-933-6200 northerncal@swagelok.comSwagelok Northern California16

Swagelok Northern CaliforniaCase Study 10: Creating Quick Solutions for Threaded Connections inAnalytical InstrumentationMoving is always a hassle, but for technical operations, a change of location can be especiallydisruptive. For an air quality research lab based in San Francisco, moving meant taking essentialtest equipment offline and expediently reinstalling it at a new site. While relocation from an oldbuilding to a brand new facility in a California government lab was definitely an improvement, itwasn’t without challenges.The ChallengeHandling lab gasses requires specific accommodations in plumbing systems, especially for a labwith a focus on air quality. Following construction, there were a number of unexpected looseends that prevented facility employees from connecting their essential equipment — theyneeded a threaded connection solution that would address their installation problems withoutcausing further delays.The SolutionWithin 24 hours of the lab’s call, the Swagelok Northern California team was on site to investigatethe threaded connection issues. Based on our fast response times, diverse project experience,and knowledgeable team, the customer knew Swagelok was the right fit for the job.Working closely with the customer

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