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Being surrounded by industrial enterprises in the Kent Valley, we do our best when we’re supporting and helping OEMs, municipalities and government installations, MROs – you name it. Part of supporting our customers is offering select products online.
As a Master Distributor for Parker, we know hose. We even offer a 24/7 Hose Doctor service in the Greater Seattle area. To get the best products with the best service in Kent, reach out to our team today.
We can do it all, but we specialize in Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). We’re the West Coast approved assembler for Parker CNG products (and a Parker certified assembler for aircraft refueling hose).
At Kent, our production department has the ability to pressure test and tag all CNG hose up to 12,000 PSI (plus we have engraved steel tag capabilities).
Our team also excels when it comes to products like:
Concrete pump hose: perfect for cement trucks and other construction equipment, we carry sizes from 2 inch to 5 inch.
Stainless steel hose assemblies: perfect for marine, exhaust systems – any application with caustic or harmful chemicals.
Fish suction hose: we have a variety, including our standard 10-inch hose, but also in 8 inch and 6 inch sizes, plus hoses with different wall thicknesses.
In Kent, we have you covered when it comes to food hose, your standard red rubber hose for air and water, and lay flat hose (perfect during the rainy season to suck out water from low areas and push it to ponds and higher areas).
When you need hose, you need MFCP. Stop by our Parker Store and see us, or make it easy on yourself and fill out a quote.
When it comes to products in our markets, Parker is synonymous with quality. We love Parker products like hydraulic cylinders, hydraulic pumps, reservoir accumulators, and all the hose you can think of. To learn more about our products, ask us a question.
In our neck of the woods, all you have to do is look outside to see that construction is all over the place. That’s why we make sure you’re set when it comes to products like:
– suction and discharge hose
– pressure washer hose
– fuel delivery hose/fuel dispensing equipment
– air hose
– dock hose
For applications like aviation, aircraft, fluid power and specific businesses like sweeper trucks, water jet cutting machines, espresso and coffee machines – MFCP is what you need.
We’re more than just products. Our mission is to provide outstanding, unparalleled customer service. At Kent, you can expect to find the best when it comes to:
One of the most important parts of your business is making sure your equipment is performing to the best of its ability. If it’s not, our team can help. We undertake service contracts were we analyze your system, diagnose any repairs, take samples, identify the cleanliness of your system – and more.
To find out more about how our services can help you, call our team or request a quote.
Members of our team have as much as 30 years experience (if you’ve only been part of our Kent team for 10 years, you’re considered a new guy).
Our Inside Sales team, Outside Sales teams and Warehouse crew all work together to bring you the best experience possible, and our branch manager Mark Houghton knows that better than anyone.
How long have you been with MFCP? March of 2018 will be 20 years.
What’s your favorite part of working in the Kent Valley? Employees and their passion for our business. This is also a beautiful area – it’s amazing to be so close to the coast, yet right by the mountains.
If you were given a roundtrip plane ticket right now, which destination would you choose? Austria. I’d like to go to Salzburg, take the train up the mountains and explore the food and scenic countryside.
What’s your favorite MFCP memory? Putting a crimper on the Cornelia Marie (featured on Deadliest Catch) was one. A cool experience I have was going underground 300 feet for the Seattle Tunnel Partners project we were involved with to look at the tunnel boring machine, named Bertha. It was kind of eerie, since it was Friday the 13th believe it or not; we had to register when we got there and were given a brass coin with a number on it. It wasn’t until we were going down the tunnel that I realized the brass coin was so if case the tunnel collapsed, they would be able to find the coin if my body decomposed.
Controversial question in the foodie community: in your opinion, is a hot dog a sandwich? Yes.