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Hydraulic Services

Custom Solutions: Offer custom solutions tailored to meet the specific requirements of our clients. This may involve designing and fabricating unique hydraulic systems or components to address specific applications, performance criteria, or space constraints.

Quality Control: A critical aspect of hydraulic manufacturing to ensure that components and systems meet industry standards and performance specifications. We implement rigorous quality control measures throughout the production process, including inspections, testing, and certification procedures.

Overall, our hydraulic manufacturing plays a crucial role in supplying the industry with essential components and systems for a wide range of applications, including construction equipment, agricultural machinery, industrial automation, aerospace systems, and more. By leveraging advanced manufacturing technologies, engineering expertise, and a commitment to quality, contribute to the advancement and efficiency of hydraulic-powered machinery and systems across industries.


Turning –work envelopes up to 40” diameter x 40ft length.

Milling / Boring – various size up to 32,000-pound part weight 

Honing & Grinding – (Honing up to 32” Bores) 

Shaft Grinding & Polishing (Up to 15” diameter and x 40 ft)

Assembly & Testing- Pressure testing, Applied load testing


  • Small to Mid-Volume Production Runs
  • Repair / Rebuilding of Hydraulics
  • Repair / Rebuilding of Tie bars.
  • Die cast machinery parts and Repairs.
  • Cylinder Manufacturing
  • Prototypes


Our Process of rebuilding tie bars typically involves restoring or refurbishing these components to ensure they meet performance standards and safety requirements. Tie bars are critical elements in various machinery and equipment, particularly in applications where heavy loads or high pressures are involved, such as injection molding machines, die casting machines, and hydraulic presses.

Here’s an overview of the rebuilding process for tie bars:

Assessment and Inspection: The first step is to assess the condition of the tie bars. This involves a thorough inspection to identify any signs of wear, damage, or corrosion. Key areas to inspect include the threads, bearing surfaces, and any welds or attachments.

Disassembly: If the tie bars are part of a larger assembly, they may need to be disassembled to facilitate inspection and rebuilding. This may involve removing nuts, washers, bearings, and other components attached to the tie bars.

Cleaning and Preparation: Once disassembled, the tie bars are thoroughly cleaned to remove any dirt, grease, or contaminants. Surface preparation may also involve removing rust or corrosion using abrasive methods such as sandblasting or grinding.

Repair or Replacement: Depending on the condition of the tie bars, repairs may be necessary to address any damage or wear. This could involve welding to repair cracks or build up worn areas, machining to restore dimensional accuracy, or applying surface treatments to improve wear resistance. In some cases, severely damaged tie bars may need to be replaced entirely.

Machining and Grinding: Machining processes may be employed to restore critical dimensions and surface finishes on the tie bars. This could involve turning, milling, or grinding operations to achieve the required tolerances and surface quality.

Thread Restoration: If the threads on the tie bars are damaged or worn, they may need to be repaired or re-cut to ensure proper engagement with nuts or other mating components. This may involve tapping or thread milling to restore the threads to their original specifications.

Assembly and Testing: Once the rebuilding process is complete, the tie bars are reassembled, incorporating any new components or repairs. The assembly is then tested to ensure proper fit, alignment, and functionality. This may involve applying load or pressure to simulate operating conditions and verifying that the tie bars meet performance requirements.

Surface Protection: Depending on the application and environment, surface protection measures such as coatings or plating may be applied to the tie bars to enhance corrosion resistance and prolong service life.

Documentation and Certification: Finally, comprehensive documentation of the rebuilding process is typically provided, including records of inspections, repairs, and testing. Certifications or quality assurance documents may also be issued to verify that the rebuilt tie bars meet industry standards and specifications.

Overall, the rebuilding of tie bars is a specialized process that requires expertise in machining, welding, metallurgy, and quality assurance. By refurbishing tie bars to like-new condition, companies can extend the service life of their machinery, improve reliability, and minimize downtime due to component failure.