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Based within easy access of Dumfries and the A75, at JD Engineering we are able to supply and fit a large range of hydraulic equipment, including equipment for all crane makes, and we also cater for ancillary equipment needs too.

Our experienced team can provide the service and repair of hydraulic equipment, including:

  • Rams, pumps, PTOs and tanks.
  • Hydraulic tanks supplied for all applications
  • Hydraulic hoses manufactured
  • Spares supplied as kits or individual parts
  • Hydraulic oil supplied
  • Tipping equipment
  • Hydraulic flow metre available


Experienced team

The team at JD Engineering have 20 years of experience in the industry, working on a number of hydraulic issues for our clients, from oil flow problems to crane operating issues such as slow equipment, or equipment not lifting.

For more information, or to find out whether we can help with a specific issue, please contact us today on 01387 750327.


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