Creston provides expert hose repair for hydraulic and pneumatic machinery. We offer custom hose fabrication, fitting, and assembly at our shops in Cream Ridge and Hamilton NJ. Simply stop by with your damaged hose and our team will work quickly to create a replacement that meets your equipment's specifications. Creston works with hoses for any application including industrial and commercial machinery, vehicles, and more. We stock high pressure hoses up to 2 inch diameter with 6000 psi capacity. We also provide on-site hose repair throughout Central New Jersey and Lower Bucks County PA.
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When it comes to high pressure hoses, every detail and measurement is critical. Our experienced technicians have collectively spent decades creating new and replacement hoses for both large and small machinery. Simply let us know the necessary measurements, pressure capacity, fitting threads, and the application for which the hose will be used; then Creston will custom fabricate a new hose to your specifications.
Creston has two hose repair shops in New Jersey to better service our valued customers. Our Hamilton store is located off of I-295 providing convenient access from the areas major thoroughfares. Customers in the coastal areas and Southern NJ will find our Cream Ridge location more convenient for their hose needs. Both shops are fully equipped to custom match hose requirements for a huge array of equipment.
Creston also provide hose repair on-site! Our technicians will travel to the location of your machine to custom fabricate and install replacement hoses. Our service area includes Central New Jersey and Lower Bucks County PA.
All hoses deteriorate and sometimes hoses can be defective. Both cases require operators to carefully and constantly evaluate the condition and functional operation of hoses. Don't wait until your machinery misfires due to a blown hose. We recommend regular hose inspection to search for signs of fatigue and failure which may include but are not limited to:
If you notice any of the above conditions, it's critical to act quickly to install a new replacement hose to continue safe operation. Call or stop by today and let our experts get you back up and running.
Machinery operators are wise to stay vigilant with respect the the integrity of their hoses to help reduce instances of hose failure. Because hydraulic hoses are subject to extreme pressure and surrounded by moving parts, they are vulnerable to both sudden and gradual deterioration. Regular inspection of hoses for signs of distress can go a long way in preserving the safe operation of equipment and machinery.
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