The best way to avoid a burst hydraulic hose is to keep on top of equipment maintenance and repairs. Constant scheduled maintenance and servicing will allow problems to be identified and prevented as soon as possible, keeping your workshop OH&S-compliant, as well as minimising system downtimes.

Statewide Hydraulics provides professional hydraulic hose repair services that will help you prevent and fix hose bursts and leaks. Our service team is fully qualified in hydraulic engineering, which informs our skilled assessments of your entire hydraulic system. If we find an issue, we’ll:

  • Provide you with a detailed report;
  • Request your approval before moving forward; and
  • Rectify the problem with quality fittings and professional installation.

We source fittings from our full range of RYCO hydraulic hoses, couplings and adaptors – so you’ll be confident we have the right products for your project or workshop. We also manufacture custom hose kits for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which include the hoses and fittings you’ll need for your project, fully organised by our professional service team. We’ll even install your custom hose kit for you!


Hydraulic hoses can burst for any number of reasons – and it isn’t necessarily to do with the quality of your hose. More commonly then not, simple accidents can occur such as the hoses pinching – which will cause a burst. However, the expert technicians at Statewide Hydraulics note that hydraulic hose failures are can also be caused by the following three factors:

  • Improper set-up. If the hydraulic hose has not been adequately cleaned before attaching fittings, it can become contaminated. Tiny metal particles and other debris that can get caught in your hose will become abrasive over time. This can lead to dangerous leakages and, if left unchecked, a burst hose. During the set-up phase, careful attention must also be paid to the type of fluid that will be most compatible with all parts of the hose. Incompatible fluids will cause the hose to deteriorate and eventually leak.
  • Heat aging. Pay careful attention to the temperatures your hose can withstand, and the temperature required for your application. If these don’t match up, your hose can start to crack from the inner tube out. Ambient temperatures can contribute to heat aging as well, so ensure the workspace is at a compatible temperature during usage.
  • Abrasion over time. If your hydraulic hose isn’t regularly inspected and serviced, general wear and tear of the hose can accumulate over time. This poses serious health risks for operators and supervisors.

To enquire further about hydraulic hose repairs, custom hose kits or installations, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a Statewide Hydraulics engineer on (03) 9460 2377 today.

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Statewide Hydraulics

19 Tuscan Ct, Thomastown VIC 3074


03 9460 2377


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