Arthur Harris stainless steel float balls have become standard equipment in industry applications where strength, maximum corrosion resistance, and superior buoyancy are necessary. These unique qualities make them the optimal choice for industries that require liquid level control for facility safety, substance measurement, and even to control switches. Steel floats are ideal under high-pressure conditions and at correspondingly high temperatures in water or corrosive liquids. Our stainless steel floats (most popular types are manufactured in 304 or 316 stainless steel) maintain high strength at temperatures up to 800° F (427° C), while their relatively lighter wall thicknesses provide increased buoyancy. While many industry applications require liquid level control, it’s worth examining the very different ways which these versatile float balls can be used. (more…)
Arthur Harris invites visitors to explore their new website which has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience. With easy to use navigation and improved functionality throughout, the new website allows easy access to detailed product information, services, and resources.
Arthur Harris & Co., located in Chicago, Illinois, is excited to announce the launch of their new website. The company, which specializes in custom manufacturing of stainless steel floats and hardware as well as metal finishing services, hopes the new site will further elevate their online presence. The new website features the company’s product line of durable, high-quality stainless steel floats which are ideal for corrosive liquids, as well as offering a range of metal fabrication of services. Arthur Harris collaborated with Page One Web Solutions, a web design and marketing firm located in Portland, Maine, for the redesign of the website. The new design has improved the site’s functionality as well as overall user experience, allowing Arthur Harris to help visitors understand the complete range of stainless steel float and custom hardware solutions that they offer. (more…)