Hydraulic System Safety

Prevent Injuries. Save Money. Minimize Downtime.

Filling in the Cracks in Your Safety & Preventive Maintenance Programs

Unsafe hydraulic systems can be a financial drain, or even worse, put your employees at risk.

At Gates, we're committed to helping you create cost-effective, productive and safe hydraulic systems. We're always innovating to bring you new products like the LifeGuard Sleeving System – the first true protection in line-of-sight hydraulic applications. It contains bursts up to 10,000 psi and pinhole leaks up to 5,000 psi at 250°F for up to five minutes. We also offer market-leading industrial hose solutions. Learn more when you download the Industrial Hose Products Catalog.

Plus, Gates backs its solutions with application engineering support and an unparalleled safety program. Our preventive maintenance training materials and seminars make it easier to identify component weaknesses before failure. For quick reference on the job, download the Safe Hydraulics Pocket Guide. For more comprehensive training, be sure to download a flyer and registration form for our 2012 Fluid Power Workshops.

Let us help you fill in the cracks in your hydraulic safety program. Please read our hydraulic systems white paper or contact us with questions.

Extensive information is available regarding polymers utilized in industrial hoses. However, appropriate selection methodologies for choosing the safest and most effective couplings are rarely discussed. Hose leaks, failures and worker safety issues can be avoided by understanding how to select the best coupling for your hose assembly. Watch the "Essential Steps in Selecting the Correct Hose End Fitting" webinar now.



Download our eBook to learn about hose and hydraulic testing, safety and solutions.


Safe Hydraulics Manual

Learn about the Gates Preventive Maintenance Program, and put trouble-shooting tips into practice.


Hose Preventive Maintenance Manual

Download this safety guide to identify problems with industrial hose before failures occur.

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