We can repair, replace and supply spare parts, for Hydraulic Pumps, Hydraulic Motors, Final Drives, Swing Boxes..
We are your ‘One Stop Shop’ for repair, rebuilding and maintenance of hydraulics…
Hydraulic Repair Services
One of the UK’s leading Plant Maintenance & Hydraulic Repair Specialists
Drop off or we collect, quote, repair.
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Hydraulic Repair Specialists
When your plant & machinery is down, you want FAST evaluation & diagnosis, accurate and competitive costings supplied quickly thereafter, and a first-class professional repair done in the shortest possible time. On top of that you want to deal with friendly experienced professionals who will sort your issues out fast and get both you & your machinery/plant working again with the minimum disruption.
We specialise in the repair, rebuilding and maintenance of Hydraulic Pumps, Hydraulic Motors, Finals Drives, Center Swivel Joints, Swing Reduction Units, Control Valve Blocks etc, fitted to all the leading makes of machinery/OEM’s; including, JCB, Komatsu, Volvo, Hitachi, Liebherr, Case, CAT, Kobelco, Doosan, Linde etc.
On receipt of a unit, it is stripped and inspected
Free of charge
We then provide you with our report and our quote to repair. We have an excellent network of parts suppliers, which helps us to keep machine downtime to a minimum and lets us offer cost-effective repairs.
We are a highly dedicated, skilled and professional team, working from our custom-built workshop, with repair, testing and diagnostic facilities. Our engineers are highly skilled, and their focus is on quality, ensuring that all units are repaired back to OEM standards.
All our work comes with a 12-month written warranty.
We are a highly dedicated, skilled and professional team, working from our custom-built workshop, with repair, testing and diagnostic facilities. Our engineers are highly skilled, and their focus is on quality, ensuring that all units are repaired back to OEM standards. All our work comes with a 12-month written warranty.On receipt of a unit, it is stripped and inspected FREE OF CHARGE, we then provide you with our report and our quote to repair. We have an excellent network of parts suppliers, which helps us to keep machine downtime to a minimum and lets us offer cost-effective repairs.
Get in touch to find out more Call: 01527 870 793
Final Drive Repairs
At CJ Plant we are final drive repair specialists fitted to all the leading makes of machinery/OEM’s; including, JCB, Komatsu, Volvo, Hitachi, Liebherr, Case, Cat, Kobelco, Doosan, Linde etc.When your machinery breaks down time is critical to getting your team back on track as soon as possible, that’s why here at C J Plant we work FAST to get your final drive evaluated, diagnosed and repaired in the shortest amount of time possible. We pride ourselves on our friendly and professional services, give us a call to discuss your final drive issues – we’re confident we can offer you the support you need.
& Motor Repairs
Our team are able to carry out all repairs including any hydraulic pump repairs and hydraulic motor repairs with a focus on absolute quality. We ensure all units are delivered back to you restored back to OEM standards, we stand by our work too which is why if we repair your hydraulic pump, motor or other part it comes with a written 12 month warranty.We carry out plant repairs from all over the UK and collect from you FREE of charge. Upon receipt of your faulty hydraulic part our capable team set about carefully dismantling the unit measuring wear tolerances against manufacturer specifications. We then offer you a complete evaluation repair and no-obligation quote to have the part repaired.
Get in touch to find out more Call:01527 870 793
Below is an example of the most popular units we can repair, however, if you experience a problem with any hydraulic unit, then please get in touch. We can offer you a fast and efficient quotation and let you know how soon we can have you up & running again.
Kawasaki: Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
K3V, K3VL, K3VG, K5V, K7V, M2X, M2X, M5X, MX, NX15
Rexroth Bosch Group hydraulic pump and motor repair Uchida/Rexroth/Bosh Rexroth: Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
A3V, A4V, A6V, A7V, A7VO, A8V, A8VO, A10V, AP2D, SERIES
Danfoss/Sunstrand/Daikin - Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
Series 15/42/90 Hydraulic Pump, Series 18 – 28, Series M46
Nachi - Hydraulic Pumps
PVD, PVB, PVS, PHV
Linde - Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
HPV, HPR, HMV, HMR, B2, BMV, BMR, BMF
Kayaba: Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
SV2-55T, PSV2-60T, PSVD2-17/19/21/26/27E, PSVL, MSG, MAG,
Hitachi - Hydraulic Pumps & Motors
Zaxis, ZX, EX, ZW range
Doosan/Daewoo - Hydraulic Pumps & Motoea
DX, DL, Solar
The complete range of JS Hydraulic Pumps, Motors, Final Drives, Swing Reduction Units, Control valve Blocks, Centre Swivel Joints
The complete range of Hydraulic Pumps, Motors, Final Drives, Swing Boxes Centre Swivel Joint and Transmission’s. We can repair units from the smallest mini machines to the largest heavy machinery used in construction and mining.
We also supply spare or replacement parts, therefore, please contact us with your requirements-every enquiry gets the same high standard of service regardless of size, location or type.
Frequently asked questions
Often it can be easy to tell when your hydraulic system is failing with high temperatures, low pressure readings, and slow operation, but what are the causes of these problems?
- Air and water contamination – faulty pumps, system breaches, or temperature issues can cause both types of contamination.
- Temperature problems – hydraulic systems that operate too hot or too cold can cause severe problems over time. Poor heat dissipation is the usual reason for heat build-up, and environmental factors often cause systems to be too cold.
- Fluid levels and quality – low fluid levels and inappropriate filtration can lead to air contamination, whilst fluid contamination can cause temperature issues. Using the right type of fluid is essential as certain hydraulic oils are compatible with specific applications.
- Human error – faulty installations, incompatible parts, and improper maintenance or use can result in your hydraulic pump not building pressure.
A high standard of care in all aspects of your hydraulic system is key to maximising operational efficiency and reducing your overall costs. A hydraulic repair can be expensive depending on the issue, but it can be avoided with regular maintenance of your parts.
Pumps and motors can sometimes look alike, but a major difference between them is the shaft seal. The low-pressure suction chamber of a pump provides an ideal place to drain pressure away from the inside of the seal. Therefore, most pumps have very low-pressure shaft seals, whereas hydraulic motors usually require higher pressure shaft seals.
If you are experiencing any problems with your pump or motor get in touch with us as soon as possible. When we have evaluated your unit, we can provide a fast and efficient hydraulic repair service to get your system back up and running as quickly as possible to avoid an extended down time in your operation.
The filter should be changed when the pressure drop through it reaches 10-15 PSI. If you don’t have an indicator the typical guide is to change it every 6 months to a year, depending on how much you use it.
The oil should be changed if it starts to look milky due to water contamination, starts to break down (varnish deposits, overheating), or smells like it has burned. Typically, the oil in a hydraulic system can be good for a long time, possibly years, because it isn’t exposed to burning heat like oil in an engine. It is much more important to change the filter regularly, but you can send a sample of your oil to your supplier to find out if your oil is contaminated or worn out.
Friction in the pump, and internal leaking in the pump, valve, or cylinder can all create some heat. Also, the power needed to push oil through various passages and holes in the valve, hoses, and fittings makes it hotter. Hydraulic motors running constantly usually generates a lot of heat as well, so there are a few things to be mindful of when you think your system might be overheating.