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High Pressure Equipment Co. Launches New eCommerce Website

Erie, PA - June 26, 2017 - High Pressure Equipment Company has introduced new eCommerce functionality to its website allowing customers to buy its products online. The new www.highpressure.com website features user-friendly and familiar shopping cart technology allowing visitors to select any of HiP's products for purchase with several different shipping options to satisfy varied delivery requirements. Customers may use any credit card to buy and all transactions are processed using PayPal's secure Braintree full-stack payment platform. The shopping cart allows for easy addition of material certifications and reports, as well as auto-suggesting additional products to help customers effectively plumb their system. 

HiP's complete line of high pressure valves, fittings and tubing are available for purchase on the new website. HiP valves are designed in eight pressure classes ranging from 10,000 psi to 150,000 psi, and six valve body styles for tubing connections ranging from 1/16” to 1”. A complete family of pressure class related fittings, tubing and accessories are available, as well as a line of NPT connection valves. Air operated valves in five styles accommodate remote operation of valves up to 100,000 psi.  Lines of high pressure ball valves, relief valves, double block and bleed valves, and a wide range of other specialty valves are available.

Visitors to www.highpressure.com may also purchase any of HiP's 250 types of reactors and pressure vessels, its pumping systems with output pressures up to 90,000 psi and its hydraulic intensifiers that can increase pressures to 150,000 psi.

About High Pressure Equipment Co.:

High Pressure Equipment Company, a Graco Company, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of specialized valves, fittings, tubing, accessories, reactors and customized products with pressure ratings up to 150,000 psi. The company has particular expertise with specialty metals Hastelloy, Inconel, Monel, and titanium. End-use applications include oil and gas exploration, topside and subsea production and test equipment, waterjet cutting and blasting, chemical, industrial gas, research and many more. High Pressure was founded in 1954 in Erie, Pennsylvania, where it remains today. For more information, please visit www.HighPressure.com

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