Monthly Archives: January 2015
System Design and Build.
With our system and design service, South Eastern Hydraulics will work with a client throughout the entire design and build process. We have a vast amount of experience in this area and have worked in various industries including: – civil engineering, drilling and testing rigs, industrial, aerospace and off shore platforms. If you are currently considering a new system design and build, then South Eastern Hydraulics can talk you through the process.
Here are a few ways in which our company can assist: –
1. Deciding on the design process.
Some companies prefer to design the system themselves and then let a manufacturer take over the work, however, the preferred method is to let an expert team such as South Eastern Hydraulics take over both the design and build process. Our team will be happy to discuss all of your requirements with you so that we can design a system that is perfect for your company.
2. Cost savings vs outlay.
Cost is obviously something to consider, however, by gaining a better understanding of the cost savings that a new system design and build can save your business long term, it will be easier to decide whether the money spent on a new system will be a worthwhile investment. We will be happy to discuss the costs with you to help you reach this decision.
3. Bespoke or standard system.
Whether your business is looking for a standard or bespoke system then South Eastern Hydraulics can help. Our business has the flexibility to design and build a system to the standard requirements, or we can design and build a completely bespoke system to your individual needs.
Our support doesn’t end after the design and build process is complete. SE Hydraulics can help to ensure that your business gets the maximum amount of benefit from its newly built system by offering an on-going maintenance program to keep it functioning at optimum performance.
Our team will ensure that your system is built in line with industry standards and within the specifications that are agreed during the design process.
To find out more about how SE Hydraulics can help on your next project, contact us on +44 (0)1737 768011 or email any questions to email@example.com
Hydraulic Power Units.
South East Hydraulics have been producing hydraulic power units for more than four decades, but if you are not familiar with our business, here are some reasons why you’ll want to purchase from us.
Dedicated manufacturing facility – since 2007 South Eastern Hydraulics has had its own dedicated manufacturing facility. The introduction of the facility helped to improve productivity and improve our production capacity, allowing us to manufacture our hydraulic power units as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Inspect our premises – for potential customers that want added assurances, our premises in Surrey is open for inspection. Before placing an order, a client considering using our services is welcome to come and visit our premises to meet our staff, inspect the environment in which the manufacturing will be completed, and have the opportunity to ask any questions about the manufacturing process.
In-house specification – by using in house specification, all clients are guaranteed that their hydraulic power unit will be purpose built to their specified requirements to make sure that our client gets what they want every time.
High Quality – SEH has always prided itself on the quality that is offers. By using in house specifications and having access to our own dedicated manufacturing facility, our team can always be sure that the hydraulic power units are manufactured to the highest possible standards.
Custom Designs – our expert team can customise a hydraulic power unit so that it meets the customer’s needs right down to the last detail. Whatever your company’s requirements, talk to South Eastern Hydraulics to see how we can work with you to deliver the hydraulic power unit that is perfect for your business.
Accessories and complete systems– SE Hydraulics offers a complete service and provides a full range of accessories such as hydraulic cylinders, hose & fittings, installation, commissioning and much more. We offer a bespoke service for our cylinders and hydraulic systems so our clients can be certain that they will get exactly what they need every time.
To find out how South Eastern Hydraulics can help you, or to arrange a visit to our premises, contact our company on +44 (0)1737 768011 or email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hydraulic Hose Assemblies – essential tips for safety.
Through proper care and maintenance, it is possible to extend the life of hydraulic hose assemblies, however, there will come a time when they need replacing completely. This article gives advice on how to make sure that the hydraulic hose assemblies are replaced properly when the time comes.
1. Buy from a trusted supplier.
Our company has years of experience in the supply of hydraulic hose assemblies and we can answer any questions that you might have on the subject. SE Hydraulics are approved members of the British Fluid Power Association for quality, which means our customers can be assured of the best possible quality when they buy from us.
2. Use components from the same manufacturer.
Don’t be tempted to mix and match different components. When purchasing new hydraulic hose assemblies, make sure the parts you intend using are all from the same manufacturer to avoid any compatibility issues.
3. Replace with compatible components.
Always replace them with compatible components, safe working pressure and fluid compatibility is essential. SE Hydraulics have a vast range of hoses and hydraulics hose assemblies and components, so we are should be able to offer the assembly that you need, however, If you find it difficult to get assembly that meets your exact requirements, then talk to SE Hydraulics about our custom service so we can create the right hydraulic hose assemblies for your needs.
4. Ensure correct re-assembly.
When replacing your hydraulic hose assemblies, ensure they are re-fitted correctly. If hydraulic hose assemblies aren’t re-fitted properly, this can cause problems such as leaks and spills, which could in turn create an unsafe working environment for staff.