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Emergency Power Units

Emergency Power Units for Hire

If your hydraulic power unit breaks down or needs to be shut down for maintenance, there’s no need to lose productivity.

At Statewide Hydraulics we have a range of emergency power units we can fit to your system to keep your business operating.

We have hydraulic power units available for hire.

These are used for breakdowns to keep machinery operating and productivity on track, while we repair your old unit. Clients use them for production trials and short term low cost production facilities. We can supply High pressure units 680 Bar, Petrol driven load senses two speed systems and electrically operated units. Various flows up to 240 bar operating pressure.
By hiring and installing one of these units we can reduce the single biggest cost factor in a breakdown to near nothing.

That’s your down time cost and loss of production. We can have your machine running the same day in many instances. Or we can assist in the safe efficient recovery of disabled mobile machinery as shown in the example below. We cannot guarantee all applications so it is important to liaise with our engineers.

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Petrol for:

  • Cranes
  • Concrete pumps
  • Other mobile equipment

Electric 240V & 3 phase for:

  • Industrial applications

Electrically operate power units for industrial and fixed plant applications. To maintain production , hydraulically operated presses, scissor lifts, moulding machines, timber processing machinery, or new project trials.

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Hire pressure 10,000 PSI units for hydraulic tools and maintenance operations

Case study – Samson Maritime

Maritime Hydraulic Servicing

We kept Samson Maritime on the job with our emergency power unit

“Statewide’s power unit kept us going during the Port Phillip Bay dredging project.

They came down to us at the dock and fitted their unit while ours got repaired. With jobs like that, the last thing you want is downtime.” – R. Savage