P & R Hydraulics offers a full product repair service. Our on-site workshop and maintenance facility includes a test rig which allows our experienced team to rapidly diagnose any product faults and failures.

Our facility has the scope to undertake either minor repairs or complete refurbishment of most hydraulic products. Our in-house competent engineers are multi-skilled and are encouraged to undertake regular in-house and on-site training days.

State of the art equipment is used in our repair workshop, such as hand held data loggers. Therefore, we can ensure that when repaired or serviced, hydraulic equipment meets all industry requirements before being returned to the customer. Additional customer specific tests can be carried out on request such as proof load testing and non destructive testing.

Upon return, all repaired and serviced units leave the premises tested and ready for customer use. New products can be supplied if the original unit cannot be repaired.

Our experienced team is able to:

  • Inspect, repair and test hydraulic motors, pumps and valves

  • Modify existing units to suit customer requirements

  • Custom build hydraulic pumps, motors and directional control valves, both manual and proportional, using products from Sauer-Danfoss and Parker Hannifin (Commercial and Kontak)

Examples of previous site visits include:

  • Farms to repair agricultural machinery, for example hedge cutters, seed drills and sugar beet harvesters.

  • Landfill sites to repair hydraulics on drilling rigs used for methane extraction.

  • We will consider site visits further afield – please contact us with details.


P & R Hydraulics also offers an on-site service for customers based in East Anglia because we understand the need to reduce machinery downtime and keep costs to a minimum.

Our hydraulic engineer will travel to your site and diagnose the problem, where he will continually communicate with you regarding any necessary action. Where possible a repair will be performed on-site.  However, at times it is necessary for a hydraulic unit to be brought back to our workshop for repair and test.

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