Parker Hannifin Corporation, a global leader in motion and control technology, will feature its latest energy solutions at this year’s Power-Gen Europe conference and expo.

From June 9-11 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, attendees can stop by booth #1O17 to see the latest components and systems for the power generation and renewable energy markets.

At the expo, Parker will premiere its new ultra efficient dryer, N2 NitroDry, ideal for use in lube oil systems that use biodegradable or mineral oil.

Also on display will be several new gas and dual fuel engine technologies including filters, valves and seals that enhance system performance, eliminate pollution and improve emissions.

Global business development manager for the Parker energy team Olli Rantanen said: "Parker works alongside its global customers to develop smarter energy systems and create renewable solutions.

"Countries are facing significant challenges within their power sectors to accommodate demand and in order to move forward, we must engineer radically new ways of operating.

"Products need to be cleaner, minimising power consumption, improving energy storage and decreasing the environmental impact. We are collaborating worldwide to modernize power plants and utilities so they can incorporate smarter, faster, lighter and greener options."

Parker will introduce one of these new, smarter solutions, the N2 NitroDry at Power-Gen Europe. A dryer ideal for use in lubrication systems, hydraulic applications, seal monitoring, and gear boxes, it protects oil from deteriorating by removing water and oxygen with extremely dry and clean nitrogen gas.

N2 NitroDry consumes 1.6kVA nominal power, generates minimal heat (less than 500W), and has an input voltage of 380V-690V (50Hz-60Hz).

Parker offers the dryer with and without pumps and controls and in a mobile version. Additional options include an oil moisture sensor, oil condition sensor, particle counter, and debris sensor. Its compact size and energy efficiency make it a powerful option for companies looking to decrease maintenance time and costs.

Attendees visiting the booth will also learn more about Parker’s gas and dual fuel engine technologies.

Solutions featured will include the pollution-eliminating Closed Crankcase Ventilation (CCV) Super Impactor; the new iprotect® generation of filter elements; the performance-enhancing CleanDiesel Coalescers and Filters; natural gas treatment solutions and Parker’s proprietary macrolamination technology found on the Urea Macrospray® Single-Point and Spider Nozzles, as well as complete Transair piping solutions for transferring liquids and gases in power plants.

Rantanen said: "In circumstances where natural gas is advantageous both environmentally and economically, but where the supply can be interrupted or unstable, duel fuel options are becoming an important alternative for generators and engines

"Parker is a leader in hydraulics, sealing and filtration with products that promote efficiency and reliability. We work with our customers to develop new production methods like the layering capabilities in our Macrospray Nozzles with its macrolaminate stack to simplify design and extend durability.

"Extreme conditions, enhanced performance, easy installations, and lower maintenance – our solutions help PowerGen and utilities meet their power demands and develop sustainable global options."

Parker also offers solutions for gas turbines, internal combustion engines, and aftermarket solutions such as condition monitoring systems and piping solutions.

Representatives will be at the Power-Gen Europe show discussing these topics with visitors at booth #1O17.