• piping during cryogenic cooldown

    Cryogenic Product Design Challenges

    06/06/2018

    Not many years ago, cryogenics – the production and behavior of materials at very low temperatures – was likely to be understood by a group of people with specialized knowledge in fields like aerospace.

    Working with cryogenic applications means working with systems and components that have very special design and performance requirements. The costs associated with manufacturing and testing can be extreme. For these reasons, relatively few manufacturers have become adept at developing...

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    Confronting Cryogenic Challenges in the Field Leads to New Solutions

    18/05/2018

    In the cryogenic environment, often it’s confronting challenges in the field – literally – that leads to new answers and new solutions.

    As a recent example illustrates, one of Dixon’s customers was experiencing problems while using bunkering connections during the transfer of liquefied natural gas. Technical specialists from Dixon were called to the scene to witness the next bunkering operation and...

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    Safe and Unsafe Quick Disconnect Coupling Practices

    19/04/2018

    Quick disconnect couplings can fail without warning! Prior to the operation of quick coupling products, be sure to inspect and replace worn out fittings and safety devices. If a leak is detected during operation, release the pressure from the circuit before investigating the cause of the fluid leak. Do not use your fingers or skin to check for leaks, high pressure leaks of fluids can easily penetrate the skin and can cause serious injury or death.

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  • Dixon published in the Fall edition of Bakken Oil Report.

    25/10/2016

    Check out Dixon's article on solving the challenge of Pump Cavitation that was recently published in the Fall edition of Bakken Oil Report. For more information on our...

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  • Dixon Milestone Published by NAM

    22/06/2016

    Dixon's 100th anniversary milestone was acknowledged by the National Association of Manufacturers in the June edition of their newsletter. Click to read more.

  • Dixon Fire to Exhibit at NFPA Conference

    01/06/2016

    Come visit us at National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Conference
    June 13-16, 2016
    Booth 838
    Mandalay Bay Convention Center
    Las Vegas, NV

  • Suction Manifolds Increase Flow, Eliminate Leak-prone Weld Seams

    04/05/2016

    Dixon recently has focused on evolving geology and directional drilling technologies including an innovative one-piece suction manifold that feeds slurry into high-pressure pumps. Click to learn more!

  • Dixon Welcomes Kim Wisdom!

    18/04/2016

    Dixon Fire is pleased to announce the addition of Kim Wisdom as Sales Manager.

    Kim, based out of Dallas, Texas, has over 25 years of experience working in the Fire Protection Industry. She will be working with Dixon® Distributors to help them grow their business with Dixon Fire products, and will call on Engineering Firms to assist with specification work.

    Please join us in welcoming Kim to the company.

  • Dixon Sanitary to Exhibit at the 2015 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium

    25/01/2016

    Dixon Sanitary will be exhibiting at the 2015 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium January 26-28. The Symposium will be held at the Sacramento, CA Convention Center.

    We will be on the third floor of the ballroom at booth number 2215, come visit us!

  • Jennifer Mahoney Joins Our Outside Sales Team

    21/01/2016

    ​Dixon is pleased to welcome Jennifer Mahoney to our outside sales team.

    As a Territory Manager, Jennifer will be covering Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana.  After spending several weeks training at Dixon headquarters in Chestertown, MD Jennifer will assume full territory manager duties in March.

    Jennifer joins Dixon with 14 years experience in customer service, business development, and management.
     
    Please join Dixon in welcoming Jennifer.