Hydraulic Hose Safety Inspection Recommendations

Hydraulic hoses move liquids under very high amounts of pressure. There is an exorbitant amount of energy released, should a hose leak or a fitting come apart. Many people who work with heavy machinery and are around hydraulic hoses each day often become less sensitive to the danger at hand.  It's important to always keep safety first. Here are a few safety recommendations from our team at The Hose Company.   It starts with proper inspection of your hydraulic hose a ... Read more

Tips for Handling Hydraulic Leaks

9 Tips  According to government reports, hydraulic fluid leaks account for almost 14% of the more than 700 million gallons of petroleum products entering the environment each year. If you are serious about your hydraulic equipment running well, and being environmentally safe, consider these nine Hydraulic DO's to handle leaks.   #1 Do resolve a leak issue as soon as it is noticed Even the untrained eye can easily spot an external leak.  Don't ignore it. Even a ... Read more