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Posted on March 19, 2018

 Coming to a Trade Show Near You in 2018

With trade show season quickly approaching, we'd like to invite you to come and say hello to the Brennan team at any of these upcoming events! Either drop our booth by or click below to schedule a meeting with us. Thanks!

 Schedule a Meeting!

Posted on February 28, 2018

An O-Ring Breakdown: How is Each One Used? 


There are many types of O-rings on the market today. Each type is made from a different material, has a specific shelf life, and is used in specific applications. 

Posted on February 26, 2018

What You Don't Know About O-Ring Storage

Your Connection is Only as Good as its O-ring

Posted on February 21, 2018

Edward Waters joins Brennan as Project Manager

 We're excited to welcome new  Project Manager, Edward Waters, to the Brennan Team!

Posted on February 12, 2018

How to Extend the Life of Your Crimping Machine

If you own a crimping machine, then you understand how costly and time consuming it can be when your hose crimping components aren’t properly lubricated. Failure to properly lubricate components of hose crimping machines can result in expensive repairs and costly downtime.

Well, now you can extend the life of these components with Brennan’s new High Pressure Crimp Oil. This crimp oil properly lubricates hose crimping components and reduces friction and wear. Brennan Crimp Oil won’t attract and hold dirt, which can be especially damaging to dies and crimping components. Instead, it is very lightweight and goes on clean clean. 

Posted on February 06, 2018

Instrumentation Tubing: Welded vs Seamless

Stainless Steel Tubing

When it comes to selecting instrumentation tubing, it is important to consider the two different types- welded and seamless. Each type of tubing provides unique features and benefits depending on the application at hand. 
Posted on January 04, 2018

Reduce Leak Points by Using Custom Fittings

Consider this little known fact: Over 100 million gallons of hydraulic fluid are lost each year due to preventable leaks. So, lets look at the retail price of a 55 gallon drum of hydraulic oil from a well known online distributor: $850. At that cost, we are dumping $84.4 billion of hazardous waste each year. We say 'dumping' because we're not only throwing away 85 billion dollars; we are leaking a tremendous amount of potentially toxic fluid. Chances are most of it is not being properly recycled or reclaimed. Instead, it ends up in the soil of construction sites or down the floor drain in manufacturing plants. And remember the operative word in the first sentence: preventable.

Posted on December 15, 2017

'Tis the Season to Spread Some Joy

The arrival of the holiday season often means spending time with family, buying and receiving presents and enjoying meals with loved ones. It's also the perfect time to focus on gratitude and giving back.