Hydraulic Maintenance

Regular Maintenance of Hydraulic Machinery

When it comes to hydraulic machinery, regular maintenance is imperative to ensure production as well as safety. Your Texas Hose Pro team can perform regular preventative maintenance for your hydraulic equipment to prevent high repair costs, regulatory black marks, and production stops due to unsafe or broken machines.

We inspect every part and fluid of your machine and we discuss our findings with you so you can make informed decisions about your next steps. When it’s time to schedule preventative hydraulic maintenance for your equipment, call the THP experts first.

Once our professionals have thoroughly inspected your machinery, we will discuss our findings with you, offering all realistic options to get your equipment back to tip-top condition. We work with you to find a solution that fits your needs and budget without sacrificing productivity.

How Often Should Preventative Maintenance be Performed?

Because of the extreme pressure used with hydraulic equipment, experts recommend preventative maintenance every 6 weeks. These tasks prevent malfunctions, leaks, reduced pressure, and even safety hazards. Therefore, your hydraulic maintenance should be completed by seasoned professionals like the THP team. Our experts are skilled and experienced in all types of hydraulic maintenance and repair so you can be sure that you are getting the service you expect, every time.

What To Expect During Scheduled Hydraulic Maintenance

The Texas Hose Pro hydraulic specialists will get to work immediately, inspecting your machinery and its performance. During our inspection, we will:

  • Check and Evaluate the Manufacturer’s Requirements
  • Change the Hydraulic Filter
  • Obtain a Hydraulic Fluid Sample for Testing
  • Check All Hydraulic Actuators
  • Clean the Hydraulic Reservoir
  • Check Fluid Pressures Within the Machine
  • Check and Evaluate Pump Flow
  • Inspect all Hoses, Tubing, and Fittings
  • Check the Voltage Reading for Proportional/Servo Valves
  • Check the Vacuum Pressure
  • Check Amperage on the Main Pump Motor
  • Evaluate the Machine’s Cycle Time

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