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HFS Hydraulics 
 
 
ON-SITE Hydraulic Repair & Maintenance Service


 HFS Hydraulics is a relatively new division of our company, established back in 2005.  Based near Newtownhamilton, the business supplies an on-site and counter service to all our customers needing hydraulic hoses made or repaired.

 

Positioned just 15 mins from the M1 motorway at Dundalk, HFS Hydraulics can quickly access a network of roads in the :

       Co. Louth,

       Co. Meath or

       Co. Dublin areas.

 

We are also only 30 mins from Monaghan town, well located to serve

 Co. Monaghan and Co. Cavan

 

In the North, we are only 25 mins from Armagh City, 20 mins from Newry and 45 mins from Lisburn, enabling us to serve the counties of:       Armagh,

                           Down,

                           Tyrone and

                           Fermanagh.


In short, if you are within a 60 mile radius, you can be sure of a rapid response.


 


 
Range of Services
- On-site repair service.

- A wide range of hydraulic hoses and fittings which include BSP, JIC, Meteric, CAT and Komatsu. 
 
- A comprehensive stock of hydraulic oils.
 
- Digger bucket tips and teeth readily available for almost all excavator types.
 
- Digger filters and parts available.
 

 

Maintaining your hoses

From diggers to dumpers, cranes to crushers, if time is money, "down-time" is money leaking away like the oil from a burst hose.
 
Given the vital importance of every link in a busy construction or demolition project, it is obvious that effective maintenance of the parts which are most likely to let you down, will produce significant improvements in plant productivity and efficiency.  Kicking the stable door closed after the mare has bolted can leave the same feeling as swopping out a worn hose AFTER it has held up work over an hour on your busy site.
 
As well as preventing unwanted "down-time", changing the hoses before they blow out will also eliminate environmentally damaging (and potentially expensive) oil spills.
 
A specialist HFS engineer will be able to advise you on what hoses are at risk.  Naturally they will also organise to fix any of these problems at a time that is convenient for your busy operation.