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Air Conditioning &

Refrigeration
Master Catalog

Catalog CIC-2003-1/USA
April 2003
WARNING
FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS AND/OR SYSTEMS DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL
INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE.
This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product and/or system options for further investigation by
users having technical expertise. It is important that you analyze all aspects of your application and review the information concerning the product or system in the current product
catalog. Due to the variety of operating conditions and applications for these products or systems, the user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely responsible for making
the final selection of the products and systems and assuring that all performance, safety and warning requirements of the application are met.
The products described herein, including without limitation, product features, specifications, designs, availability and pricing, are subject to change by Parker Hannifin Corporation
and its subsidiaries at any time without notice.

Offer of Sale
The items described in this document are hereby offered for sale by Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries or its authorized distributors. This offer and its acceptance are
governed by the provisions stated in the Offer of Sale.

Copyright 2003, Parker Hannifin Corporation, All Rights Reserved

Parker Hannifin Corporation


Hydraulic Valve Division
Elyria, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Products
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Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Products


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Preferred Supplier
Parker Your
Parker Your Preferred Supplier ............................................................................................... ......... page 4
Overview, Case History, Application Expertise, Why Parker?, PHconnect, EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

Filter Dryers ......................................................................................................................................... page 17

Dryers
Filter
Introduction to Dryers, Loose-Filled Copper Dryers, Loose-Filled Spring-Loaded Copper Dryers, Service Copper
Dryers, Cu LLD Series Solid-Core Copper Dryers, Copper Filter Dryer with Activated Alumina Core, CBF Bi-Flow
Copper Dryers, Gold Label Steel Liquid Line Dryers (LLD), 410 Guidelines and Dryers, Sahara Series Dryers,
Steel Bi-Flow Dryers (BF Series), Gold Label Steel Suction Line Filter Dryers, Replacement Dryer Shells & Filter
Cores

Oil Devices
& Strainers

Pre-Filters,
Pre-Filters, Oil Devices and Strainers ............................................................................................... page 49
PF Series, SPD Series, LP Gas Filter, PRD-3, Oil Vapor Separator, POS 321 Oil Separator, Oil Reservoir, PS 033
Oil trainer, Copper Strainers

Receivers, Tanks
Accum'tors,
& Mufflers
Accumulators, Receivers, Tanks & Mufflers ..................................................................................... page 57
Introduction to Accumulators, Steel Accumulators, Copper Accumulators, Receivers, Compensator Tanks, Mufflers

Sight Glass
Indicators
Sight Glass Moisture Indicators ........................................................................................................ page 71

Moisture
Sight Glasses and Moisture Indicators

Couplings
Couplings ............................................................................................................................................ page 75
5400 Series Self-Sealing Steel Couplings, 5500 Series Self-Sealing Brass Couplings, 5700 Series One-Shot
Brass Couplings, RC04 Series Dual-Line ConnectAire Couplings, RC01C Series Automotive (R134a) Process
Couplings, RC05 Multi-Purpose Process Couplings; FD57 Series Stub Kit Couplings
Check Valves
Service and

Service and Check Valves ................................................................................................................ page 113


Frontseating Valves, RB01 Series Ball Valves, RB14 Series Flare Valves, RB8 Series Multi-Function Cooling-Only
Flare Valves, RB9 Series Multi-Function Heat-Pump Flare Valves, Brass Shut-Off Valves, Check Valves

1 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
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TXVs & AXVs


TXVs & AXVs ..................................................................................................................................... page 131
Thermostatic Expansion Valves: S Series, I Series, EG Series, EGC Series, RE Series, H Series, HC Series, EC
Series, G Series, N Series, C Series, B5 Series; Constant Pressure (Automatic) Expansion Valves: 104A Series,
104F Series, 139 Series, 204 Series, AT Series, A7 Series, AS Series, A1 Series, A2 Series, A3 Series, AE3
Series, A4 Series, A6 Series; 625 Thermal Electric Valve

Distributors &
Flow Controls
Distributors & Flow Controls ........................................................................................................... page 191
Distributors, Flow Rater Assembly, Pistons, Angle Shut-Off Valve, Fittings

Value-Added
& Services
Products
Value-Added Products and Services ............................................................................................... page 223
(Also see pages 4 and 5 for value-added products and services)

Solenoid Valves
Refrigeration
Refrigeration Solenoid Valves .......................................................................................................... page 227
Three-Way Hot Gas Defrost Valves; Solenoid Valves; R Series Valves; Jackes-Evans Solenoid Valves;
Solenoid Valves for Secondary Coolants; Pulse Width Modulating Valves;

General Purpose
Solenoid Valves
General Purpose Solenoid Valves ................................................................................................... page 275
Two-Way Solenoid Valves; Three-Way Solenoid Valves; Four-Way Solenoid Valves; Special Purpose Valves;
Media Compatibility; Flow, Steam and Air Capacities, Gold Ring General Purpose Solenoid Valves;
Water Regulating Valves; Dual Acting Water Valves

Flo-Con Pressure
Regulators
Flo-Con Pressure Regulators & Valves ........................................................................................... page 285
& Valves

Product Overview; (S)PORT, (S)PORT-II Evaporator Pressure Regulators; A8, (S)PORT, and SC Suction Capacities; A8 and A9
Pressure Regulators; CK4 Check Valve and Liquid Drain Capacities; Condensor Pressure Controls; A8 Liquid Drain Capacities and
Discharge Capacities; CK4A Hot Gas Discharge and Condensor Bypass Capacities; Hot Gas Bypass; Hot Gas Bypass Capacities;
Discharge Regulators for Supermarket Applications; Crankcase Pressure Regulators; SC Suction Solenoid Valves; S81/S82
Solenoid Valves; Temperature Pressure Chart; Reference Material
Refrigeration

Industrial Refrigeration Products .................................................................................................... page 347


Industrial
Products

Pressure Regulators; Solenoid Valves; Gas Powered Valves; Check Valves; Safety Relief Valves; Hand Valves;
Liquid Flow Regulators; Liquid Level Control; Miscellaneous

3 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Overview

Parker, Your Preferred Supplier


For refrigeration and air conditioning OEMs, wholesalers
and contractors, Parker Hannifin offers a complete value Solenoid valves can be
mounted to a manifold
package that makes it the supplier of choice.
in any combination.
Product Breadth
Parker has assembled a formidable package of
refrigeration and air conditioning products. As outlined
in the pages of this catalog, it is clear that no other
single manufacturer offers a more comprehensive
selection. Customers seeking one stop shopping need
look no further. And while the current portfolio is impres-
sive, Parker continues to expand its offering via internal
Value-added assembly
product development and strategic acquisition.
with pressure switch.
Value-Added Systems,
Assemblies and Kits
Beyond components lie systems. To meet customers
overall application needs, Parker combines the best of
its product line to deliver customized kits, subsystems,
manifolds and leak-free value-added assemblies. The
result is maximum performance and total value.
Parker can add value to your units by creating unique
assemblies designed to your specifications. Our
manufacturing and assembling processes create Value-added assemby combining
value-added assemblies that include components and copper dryer, TXV, check valve
custom-bent tubing to match the unique design of a unit. and distributor with feed tubes
Components, such as valves, couplings, dryers, and
distributors, can be connected together with complex
custom-bent tubing providing a cost reduction.
Less inventory and fewer suppliers will be required
within your facility by allowing Parker to manufacture
your assemblies. Each assembly is leak tested to ensure
performance and reduce warranty costs. Shippable
directly to your assembly line, value-added assemblies
can increase your line rates, maintain less scrap, and
eliminate floor space and overhead. All assemblies are
UL & CSA recognized.

Parker Value-Added Systems Case History Solenoid Automatic


Valves Expansion Valve
Parker recently engineered this subsystem for a maker
Brass
of refrigerant recovery and reclaim units. Fittings

The results:
Seals Manifold
105 separate parts combined into 1 subsystem and
supplied as 1 part number
82 potential leak points reduced to 27
50% less labor per finished unit
$257,000 annual cost savings for the customer
Many vendors to one
Filters

Accumulator

4 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Overview

Pressure Regulator
Globally Capable
Mini Service Kit

Preferred Supplier
In its quest to provide premier customer service, Parker

Parker Your
is everywhere. More than 48,000 employees work in
200+ manufacturing locations and 150+ service
centers. They work in 49 countries on 6 continents
and speak close to 100 languages. Another 8,200
distributors and Parker Stores provide service and
support. All Parker operating units connect globally via
an enterprise gateway. This portal provides customers
and suppliers alike a mechanism to deal with the
company's many locations as though they were a
single entity.

Lean Manufacturing Techniques


and Cost Outs
Throughout its 200+ manufacturing operations, Parker
employs lean a systematic methodology for elimi- Value-added assembly combining
nation of waste. Basic lean rules are present in all steel dryer, TXV and service valve.
Parker factories, including value stream mapping,
one-piece flow manufacturing, visual controls, kaizen
events, internal kanban, and concurrent engineering.
ISO, QS, and other certifications are also in place.
Parker is pleased to work with its customers to identify
possible wastes in their own manufacturing processes
to generate cost out ideas.

Technology Leadership
Technology has long been at the heart of Parkers
success. At a corporate level, Parker Central Engineering Custom Kit featuring solenoid
leads the way. Using computer simulation and other valves, copper dryers,
expansion valves
techniques, our army of engineers design peak perfor-
and distributors.
mance into flow control, pneumatic, hydraulic, electro-
mechanical, magnetic, thermal, and refrigeration
systems.
The Climate and Industrial Controls Group boasts its
own array of technology resources: a dedicated Applied
Technology Center; test ammonia rigs and supermarket
racks; environmental chambers; vibration, burst, and
impulse testing units; a fuel cell business unit; and
design engineering staff at every division. The results
are clear more than 150 patents in climate and
control technology over the past 40 years.

e-Business Capabilities
inPHorm product selection software, EDI (electronic Value-added assembly combining
data interchange), Par-Zap bar coding technology, copper dryer, TXV and service valve.
PHconnect for secured internet business to business
transactions, and www.parker.com, one of the most
comprehensive sites on the web.

5 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Application Expertise Residential and Commerical Air Conditioning

Parker knows that not all refrigeration and air conditioning applications are created equal. We
have dedicated engineers and sales force with hundreds of years combined experience and
knowledge in commercial, residential, industrial and supermarket systems.

Application Expertise:
Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning
Thermostatic
Expansion Valve
Refrigerant
Distributor

Sight Glass
Moisture
Indicator

Thermostatic
Liquid Expansion Valve
Line Dryer
Check
Valve
Sight
Shutoff/ Check Glass
Suction Line Valve
Filter Dryer Service Valve
Liquid
Line
Dryer

Refrigerant
Couplings
Compressor Suction Line
Accumulator

House Exterior Wall

Parker knows the guts of air conditioning systems better than anyone. Thats why global air
conditioning equipment makers depend on Parker product breadth and engineering expertise.
In return, these customers get customized, leak free subsystems that fit their applications perfectly.

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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Application Expertise Supermarket Refrigeration

Application Expertise:
Supermarket Refrigeration

Preferred Supplier
Parker Your
Split Condenser
Hot Gas
SC Solenoid Evaporator Solenoid 3-Way Hot Gas
Solenoid Valves Pressure Regulators Defrost Solenoid Solenoid
Valve
Valves
Solenoid
Valves
50% 50%

EPRs
HOT GAS MANIFOLD

Check Ball Valves


Valve Replaceable Check
Dryer Shell SUCTION HEADER
Replaceable Valve
& Core Dryer Shell
& Core Discharge
Accumulator Pressure
Accumulator Regulator
Compressors
System Liquid
Subcooling
DISCHARGE HEADER Check
Valve
Liquid Compressor
Level Probe Bypass Regulator
Sight Glass
Moisture Indicator
Check Valve Split Condenser
Solenoid
Valve
Thermal
Solenoid
Expansion
Valves
Valve
Replaceable Dryer Liquid Drain
Master Liquid Shell & Core Regulator Check Valves 50% 50%
Solenoid
Check Valves

Parker prevents and solves problems for supermarket store owners. Our technology ensures that FDA
and other food safety temperature guidelines are met; minimizes the energy penalty that improperly
designed competitive products can cause; and reduces maintenance and inventory costs by offering
standard products that meet different application needs with simple interchangeable cartridges, kits
and adapters.

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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Application Expertise Industrial Refrigeration

Application Expertise:
Industrial Refrigeration
Hand Globe Hand
Expansion Valve Expansion Liquid Globe
Liquid Valve Valve Solenoid Valve
Solenoid Valve
Valve
Strainer
Strainer

Air Unit Air Unit

Angle Valve Angle Valve

Replaceable Reseating
Core Filter Back Pressure Strainer Relief Valve
Purge Valve Regulator Strainer

Dual Relief
Valve Assembly Dual Relief
Valve Assembly
Globe Valve
Condenser
Angle Valve

Liquid Level
Replaceable Control
Core Filter
Low Pressure Liquid Receiver
Oil
Globe Separator
Valve Hand Expansion
Globe Liquid Valve
Valve Sight Glass Solenoid Angle
Oil Valve
Drain
Valve

Compressor Pump
Purge
High Pressure Liquid Receiver Valve
Purge
Valve
Check
Purge Replaceable
Valve
Valves Core Filter

Parker keeps the worlds food supply safe. As the worlds population grows, so does its need for large
scale, refrigerated food preparation and storage facilities. Food warehouses, meat plants, fisheries,
dairies, breweries and wineries all rely on Parker Refrigerating Specialties (RS) brand components
and systems. The result: food of the highest freshness, quality and safety.

8 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Application Expertise Commercial Refrigeration

Application Expertise:
Commercial Refrigeration (Walk-In Cooler Application)

Preferred Supplier
Parker Your
Evaporator Equalizer Tube

TXV Liquid Line


Solenoid Valve

Evaporator Fan
Evaporator
Pressure Regulator

TXV

Evaporator

Check Valve Liquid Line


Manifold

Hot Gas
Defrost Valve

Manifold Hot Gas


Bypass
Valve Oil Reserve Liquid
Desuperheater
Condenser

Sight
Glass
Accumulator

Muffler
Solenoid

Filter Dryer
Solenoid

Solenoid Dryer
Valve
Pressure
Control

Vibration Vibration
Damper Damper
Shutoff Valve
Crankcase Sight Glass Receiver
Heater Compressor

From the kitchen to the cooler, Parker knows commercial refrigeration. The list of applications is
diverse appliances, water fountains, ice machines, yogurt and ice cream machines, beverage
dispensing, transport refrigeration, cryogenics, medicine, entertainment, specialty coolingThe
common factor? Dependable, energy efficient performance powered by Parker.

9 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Application Expertise Commercial Refrigeration

Application Expertise:
Commercial Refrigeration (Ice Machine Application)

Defrost
Manifold Distributor
Inverted Ice
Cube Mold

TXV

Water Accumulator
Spray

Water Supply
Solenoid Valve

Ice Cube Bin

Full Bin Suction


Shutoff Line
Control Drain

Condenser
Compressor

Filter
Power Dryer
Source

Hot Gas Bypass


Solenoid Valve

10 Parker Hannifin Corporation


Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Why Parker? PHconnect

PHconnect - Internet Customer Resource


PHconnect, Parker's online resource, enables
Parker customers to do the following via the

Preferred Supplier
Parker Your
internet:
enter orders
check product inventory and availability
search product catalogs
check order status
track package shipment and delivery
check account status with Parker
PHconnect is available 24/7. Requirements include
an internet connection and an account with Parker
Hannifin. PHconnect is a FREE service. (Some
capabilities not available to all customers con-
tact your Parker sales rep for more information.)

To get started with PHconnect, copy the form


below. Then complete and return it to the
address below.

PHconnect Application
COMPANY NAME:
ADDRESS:
CITY/STATE/ZIP:
PHONE NUMBER (including area code):
YOUR COMPANYS BILL-TO AND SHIP-TO LOCATIONS (PARKER SIX-DIGIT CUSTOMER CODES)
FOR WHICH YOU ARE REQUESTING PHCONNECT
BILL-TO: SHIP-TO:

USER ADMINISTRATOR (should be main user at this location; can also grant access to PHconnect features
to other users at this location)
NAME/TITLE: E-MAIL ADDRESS:
REQUESTED USER ID (i.e. Bobby123, LisaXYZ, etc.):

ADDITIONAL USERS:
1) NAME/TITLE: E-MAIL ADDRESS:
REQUESTED USER ID (i.e. Bobby123, LisaXYZ, etc.):
2) NAME/TITLE: E-MAIL ADDRESS:
REQUESTED USER ID (i.e. Bobby123, LisaXYZ, etc.):

PERSON COMPLETING THIS FORM


By signing and completing this document, I agree to the standard terms and conditions of use listed on the back of this form.
YOUR NAME (please print):
TITLE:
SIGNATURE: DATE:

PLEASE MAIL THIS FORM TO: OR FAX IT TO:


Parker Hannifin Corp. Fax: 1-216-896-4008
Attention: PHconnect
Climate & Industrial Controls Group
6035 Parkland Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44124

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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Why Parker? EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

EDI Electronic Data Interchange


EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is the computer Parker's information strategy has evolved into a
application-to-computer application communication of a comprehensive hardware and software resource. We
standard business transaction in a standard data format. will continue to use our EDI resource as an electronic
EDI users eliminate unnecessary paperwork by exchang- commerce tool to enhance our customer service
ing information directly between computers and between commitment.
applications instead of by telephone, facsimile, or mail.
Business Opportunities with EDI
Previously, corporations used different computers and With the increasing emphasis on customer service, EDI
systems, and the data communicated among these provides the following benefits:
computers had to be manually reformatted. Today, EDI Allows users to transmit standard and paperless
uses computer network technology to provide data business transactions electronically.
storage, translation, and transmission among business
Increases accuracy and timeliness, resulting in
partners. These services, which are not limited by hard-
faster and more efficient transaction processing.
ware or software differences, convert a sender's
Reduces transaction costs.
speeds, codes, and document formats into forms
Reduces inventory and storage.
compatible to the receiver.
Helps solve delivery problems.
EDI was first implemented in the transportation industry Adds a competitive advantage perspective, and may
to help eliminate the large amounts of paperwork created improve profits and market share by increased cash
to move products and manage inventories. Before EDI, flow and enhanced planning.
the industry had to manually trace shipping requests Offers potential cost savings due to high industry
and instructions from manufacturers, distributors, and regard for EDI.
customers. It has since been proven to be more effi-
cient and less costly for both customers and suppliers EDI is gaining as the preferred technology in receiv-
to exchange such data electronically. Other industries ables/invoicing and the totally paperless evaluated
followed, and today EDI has widespread application receipts settlement (ERS). The invoicing module is
and is a key part of worldwide electronic commerce. simply the creation of an electronic invoice following
shipment of the goods, which streamlines paper saving
Although many of these trading partnerships have and handling.
incompatible data formats, Parker is able to link with
them because of the national EDI standards developed ERS goes even further in the payment of goods through
by the American National Standard Institute's Accred- electronic funds transfer. Upon recognizing the receipt
ited Standards Committee X.12 (ANSI X.12). These of the material, the customer's computer recognizes
standards provide a common language and format, and the obligation, and subsequently initiates a payment
are supported by virtually all third-party networks and funds transfer (EFT) from its bank to the vendor's bank
translation software distributors. Parker also belongs for payment without involving an invoice.
to the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), the Launching an electronic invoice at the same time as the
Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), and other product shipment creates an added benefit of advance
trade associations that work to standardize and shipment notification. The distribution customer has
organize the collective efforts of various manufacturers notice of in-transit material, and upon receipt may
and suppliers in the area of electronic data interchange. initiate normal invoice processing.
Parker is especially well-poised to take advantage of The future of EDI calls for more time-sensitive trans-
EDI linkages because of its "Gateway Concept," in actions, the elimination of edit problems or errors,
which Parker's internal communication network collects and less human intervention in business processing
and distributes information to the customer from a functions.
single point. Conversely, customer transmitted informa-
tion can be received at a single point and distributed to Value-added Networks
Parker divisions via the internal network. The Gateway Before information can be transmitted using EDI, data
provides a single highway among all Parker divisions from the sender/user must first be translated into a
and their customers, resulting in faster communication standard format, and then communicated using the
speed, added convenience to customers, and substan- standard format to a receiver. This communication
tial cost savings for all parties involved. process takes place through either point-to-point

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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
Cleveland, OH
Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Why Parker? EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

connection or through a third-party communications EDI Communication Guidelines


service. Point-to-point connection is only practical
in businesses that do not deal with multiple trading Communication
partners. Parker uses a dial out capability only. Trading part-

Preferred Supplier
ners do not have the ability to dial into Parker's

Parker Your
Third-party communication networks or Value-Added mainframe computer.
Networks (VANS) eliminate the need for extra hard- Therefore, Parker requires the use of a third-party
ware, software, telephone connections, or manpower. network (VAN) service to provide store-and-forward
Most trading partners find it convenient to use third- capability and compliance checking (see page 9for
party networks. VANs are service bureau companies more information). A listing of Value-Added Net-
offering mailbox functions to trading partners, allowing works will be provided upon request.
them to receive and transmit their electronic transac-
tions to multiple locations with minimal problems. Technical
A micro, mini, or mainframe computer must be avail-
For instance, General Electric Information Services able to implement EDI.
(GEIS) has a VAN called EDI*Express, which has a The computer must have communication capability;
local access network to which a person can subscribe that is, you must have at least a business telephone
and receive a mailbox. Parker directly subscribes to line or the equivalent, as well as a modem.
several VANs, and all of these third-party service pro- Parker communicates in a FTP protocol. The trading
viders interconnect with virtually all other VANs. partners may use any protocol compatible with their
selected third-party network.
The Role of Database Integration
Each trading partner must have the ability to com-
Now that we have discussed many of the elements in municate data in the ANSI X.12 format. Internal use
the structure of EDI, it is important that you have an of the data is user-defined.
understanding of the content found within the EDI
Each trading partner should have sufficient error
application structure. In other words, the ANSI standards
detection capability to ensure compliance within
alone will not fully ensure acceptance of an electronic
the ANSI X.12 format. Trading partners agree on
document; the data itself must be recognized by the
specific field requirements within the ANSI format.
divisional application system and be
efficiently applied within that system
ANSITrans EDIFACT Trans Name Send Receive
structure.
152 * Statistical Government Information GR X
What this means is that if the data 810 INVOIC Invoice IN X X
820 REMADV Remittance Advice RA X
transmitted within the ANSI format
824 APERAK Application Advice AG X X
does not conform to the divisional
830 DELFOR Material Release PS X X
application database, then additional 832 PRICAT Price/Sales Catalog SC X
manual processing would be re- 836 * Contract Award RQ X
quired. Since this would defeat the 838 PARTIN Trading Partner Profile TD X
purpose of EDI, it is mandatory that 840 REQQTE Request For Quote RQ X
trading partners use identical data 841 QLSPEC Tech Specifications SP X X
(exact part numbers, prices, etc.) 842 NONCON Non conformance Report NC X
within their EDI processing. 843 QUOTES Response to RFQ RR X
846 INVINQ Inventory Inquiry/Advice IB X X
For Original Equipment Manufactur- 850 ORDERS Purchase Order PO X X
ers (OEMs), part numbers and 853 * Carrier Routing RI X
prices agreed to by trading partner 855 ORDRSP PO Acknowledgment PR X X
856 DESADV or PRODEX Advance Shipment Notification SH X X
divisions must be precisely reflected
860 ORDCHG PO Change PC X
in the OEM database. In this way,
861 RECADV Receiving Advice RC X
the customer's database and 862 DELJIT Shipping Schedule SS X
Parker's divisional EDI processing 863 QALITY Quality Reporting RT X
will be tied together with common 864 GENRAL Text TX X
data content. 865 ORDRSP PO Change Acknowledgment CA X
867 PROTRA Product Transfer and Resale Report PT X
Transactions that have been 869 OSTENQ Order Status Inquiry RS X
implemented within Parker divisions 870 OSTRPT Order Status Report RS X
with various trading partners include 997 CONTRL Functional Acknowledgment FA X X
those shown in the table at the right. NOTE: Not all transactions are applicable to all trading partnerships.

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Climate & Industrial Controls Group
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Catalog CIC-2003-1/US Parker Your Preferred Supplier
Why Parker? EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

Trading partners must also have problem resolution Time-Sensitive EDI


capability, including the ability to retransmit data if it Parker subscribes to the following public access VANs:
is found to be erroneous or lost due to transmission GEIS (General Electric Co.)
problems.
Advantis (IBM)
Other Comments Numerous interconnections (to GEIS) are in use,
Parker divisions use the EDI Gateway to manage including with Harbinger, AT&T's Easylink, Sterling, and
hundreds of trading partnerships.Translation of ANSI industry specific networks.
X.12 formatted data by Parker Hannifin into and out of
user-defined records is done by using Sterling Software Mailboxes on the VANs are accessed several times a
Company's Gentran EDI translation software. The day, seven days a week for inbound traffic. Outbound
version used at Parker was developed specifically for documents, especially shipment notices, are launched
a mainframe computer running in the MVS operating several times per hour to meet customer requirements.
environment. The communications management soft- Timing of EDI transaction traffic management is trans-
ware for Parker's computer system, which includes EDI parent to customers who rate our EDI performance
communications activity, is Universal Link's U-LINK using their own criteria.
software package. Parker's EDI Gateway acts as a ser-
vice bureau to individual divisions for EDI processing. The scope of Parker's EDI effort incorporates 50
In this way, we can offer expanded EDI expertise to our separate trading partner divisions doing electronic
divisions and their trading partner suppliers. business with our trading partner customers. There are
over 1,400 trading partner linkages in place at Parker.
The Parker Communication Network Although one of our major information technology
Almost 10,000 terminals worldwide are linked within the initiatives is to integrate EDI transaction activity into
Parker Communications Network to the various data divisional operating systems, not all divisions are at
centers. This network linkage allows enterprise-based the same level of development as others.
systems like the EDI Gateway to reach all divisions.
Management is fully committed to meeting our customers
Another advantage is central control of VAN access
EDI initiatives and strengthening the Parker-customer
and point-to-point communication management in one
relationship. The EDI Gateway staff is dedicated to
place for all divisions, regardless of location.
customer service, so do not hesitate to call on us.
EDI Addressing
Transactions must be addressed within our EDI system
in much the same way as when the transaction was
manually executed.
Each division has its own unique DUN's number and
use the standard ANSI 01 qualifier.
The following addressing information refers to the ISA
and GS segments, and is offered as an example of
Parker's preferred addressing structure:
- ISA 01 + divisional DUN's number
- GS divisional DUN's number
ISA05=Partner's qualifier (ANSI standard)
ISA06=Partner DUN's number ID
ISA07=01 qualifier
ISA08=Divisional DUN's number
GS02=Partner's DUN's number/ID
GS03=Parker's divisional DUN's number

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Why Parker? EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

Getting Started With EDI EDI Contacts


Business Contact:
If you are new to EDI: EDI Technical Resources Manager
Although we cannot provide EDI advice and counsel Corporate IT Dept. Parker Hannifin Corporation

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Parker Your
that is specifically tailored to your company, we can 6035 Parkland Blvd. Cleveland, Ohio 44124-4141
offer you the following limited assistance in starting an (216) 896-3000
EDI program:
Technical Contact:
1. An explanation of EDI
EDI Senior Technical Analyst
2. An explanation of the transactions
Corporate IT Dept. Parker Hannifin Corporation
3. A discussion on choosing a third-party network
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4. A discussion on quantifying objectives and
(216) 896-3000
determining what to expect from EDI

If you have an active program:


If you have an established EDI program, there is very
little preparation needed to begin trading with us once
you have completed the Trading Partnership Agree-
ment.
1. Advise us of your interest in becoming a trading
partner and tell us which Parker divisions you
wish to exchange information with.
2. Work with us to develop an implementation
schedule.
3. Mutually define the functional and technical
parameters under which we will trade, including
your third-party network subscription.
4. Participate in a pilot program, including testing in
a parallel transaction trading environment.
5. Upon completion of the EDI implementation
process, when both partners are confident in
their transaction trading capability, shut off the
paper process.

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Cleveland, OH