Frequently Asked Questions
Answers About Our Hydraulics Repair Service
We want you to know us better. Here are some frequently asked questions new customers usually have. Look them over. If you need more information, please don’t hesitate to call us at 262-754-5144. Remember, if you have a problem, we have the solution!
Do You Provide Emergency Service?
We can – and WILL – be eager to help you at any time. Immediate machine shop repair is one of our biggest services. Call our 24-hour emergency service line at 262-370-0793. When you need us, we’ll be there. Your time is more valuable than ours! We also have truly excellent hydraulic repair specialists who can often solve your problem right away. Our present customers know this and greatly appreciate our ability and willingness to make fast repairs whenever possible.
What Are Your Engineering Capabilities?
At Hydraulic Solutions, we have a full-time mechanical engineer on staff. We offer highly-skilled and precise mechanical engineering for all types of hydraulic applications, including hydraulic presses, hydraulic power units, hydraulic cylinders and nearly all other types of hydraulic equipment. Our firm has earned a superb reputation as an outstanding provider for design, manufacturing and repair of hydraulic systems.
How Capable Is Your Machine Shop?
If you need it, we can do it. Hydraulic Solutions has a full machine shop with the equipment and skill to retrofit even the largest presses, rebuild even the most complex units, repair or restore older equipment (if it’s worthwhile to do so), repair cylinders and valves, and repair construction vehicles. If the repair you need isn’t listed here, it isn’t because we can’t do it. It’s just we’re too busy to write it all down!
What Are Your Fabrication Capabilities?
Older presses sometimes require fabricated parts for repair. More often, new products need to be altered to fit a customer's exact needs. We can do either. If a fabricated part is needed for an older machine, we use all induction-hardened chrome bar stock. This saves you money in the long run since your hydraulics machinery and equipment will function far better and longer.