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Hydraulic Pump Repair

Over 30 Years of Quality Hydraulic Pump Repair in Edmonton

Our highly skilled technicians are ready to tackle all your hydraulic pump service and repair requirements, big or small.

We work closely with our clients in the agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction, transport and waste management industries, providing the highest quality of service, at highly competitive prices.

Whether your pump needs a complete overhaul or a simple reseal, you can be assured that our team’s technical expertise will mean you get the most efficient and productive pump possible.

We also maintain a comprehensive stock of spare parts for a wide variety of hydraulic pump brands, allowing for a fast, professional turnaround while keeping repair costs in check. Get in touch with our expert team for top-quality hydraulic pump repair services in Edmonton.

We Repair All Varieties and Brands of Hydraulic Pumps

We have a large inventory of hydraulic parts on hand in our 12,000 square foot repair facility. This allows us to provide fast, affordable repair and testing for all varieties and brands of hydraulic pumps and motors including:



With our years of experience, we are uniquely qualified to provide the highest level of expert hydraulic pump repair services, no matter where you are located in Canada. Contact us today to learn how we can help you.

Diagnostics and Troubleshooting for Hydraulic Pumps

Our team of technicians follows a meticulous process for repairing a hydraulic pump, no matter what the variety or brand is.

Our experienced technicians approach every hydraulic pump service and repair job methodically to ensure your satisfaction. Our repair steps include:

Analysis and diagnosis of your hydraulic pump problems

Measurements and testing of components, where necessary

Repair and replacement using in-house procedures and quality replacement parts

Full reassembly and testing

This is how we guarantee consistent hydraulic pump service and repairs every time.


Our Capabilities

With over 12,000 square feet of working space, Canadian Industrial Hydraulics Ltd. continuously updates its facility.

Our hydraulic repair capabilities include:

6 Assembly work stations

2 Disassembly work stations

150 HP test bench

250 HP test bench

Lapping Room with 24” and 36” tables

125-ton press

6 Jib Cranes

We strive to deliver outstanding service to customers in all industries and pride ourselves in our ability to repair pumps and motors used in oilfield, agricultural, construction, mining, and forestry applications.

Three Types of Hydraulic Pumps

A hydraulic pump is the source of the power of your hydraulic system, making it the most critical component.

Piston pumps

Piston pumps are the most common and most capable of complex jobs. These are the hydraulic pumps you are most likely to find in manufacturing situations. They are the pumps you will use in high-pressure applications. A piston pump is a positive displacement pump that uses a high-pressure seal working reciprocally with a piston to move water. This configuration allows them to operate under high pressure without noticeably affecting flow rate.

Vane pumps

These are less common and simpler pumps that you can use for lower-pressure applications with high flow rates. Vane pumps are positive displacement pumps that can work with several different vanes, including flexible vanes, swinging vanes, rolling vanes, external vanes and sliding vanes. As the rotor of the motor rotates, the vanes sweep liquid to the opposite side of the cavity inside the motor and squeeze it through discharge holes in the cam.

Gear pumps

This is the most basic hydraulic pump you can use. You will typically use this pump for single, basic applications. Gear pumps work by using two gears that mesh to displace water. The gears rotate together, creating suction as they separate, which draws water into the pump — water it then displaces when the gears mesh together.

Common Signs Your Hydraulic Pump Needs Repairing

With proper maintenance, most hydraulic pumps will operate smoothly for years, but eventually, the pressure inside these devices will cause failures that need to be addressed as soon as possible.

Common signs your pump needs repairing include:

Loud noises

Hearing lots of noises from hydraulic pumps signals that something isn’t right. Hydraulic pumps are full of fluids that flow through the system at high speeds and pressures. This can generate a lot of noise, which clearly means it needs repairing or replacing. That is enough to generate a lot of noise; however, hydraulic pumps are designed to muffle such sounds.

Outside leaks

If you spot liquid on the outside of your hydraulic pump, then the leaking has spread, and action must be taken immediately. This is also an indication the pump is on its last legs. Leaking reduces the pressure and increases the system's temperature, which affects the oil's viscosity and further reduces the pressure in the system.

Inside leaks

As soon as you see liquids anywhere inside your pump, other than in the tubes they belong, there is definitely something wrong with the pump. Something as simple as a loose seal or valve can lead to more serious cases of a break in the line. This will cause a drop in pressure and a malfunction of the entire system. Identifying this problem can be a bit trickier because the leak occurs on the inside of the pump, but if you carefully examine your pump before a long trip, you can spot the problem before it worsens.

High working temperatures

For hydraulic pumps to work correctly, it’s essential to maintain a certain level of fluid viscosity, which depends on the temperature and pressure. If either of these parameters is off, the pump will experience unnecessary strain, leading to premature failure.

Canadian Industrial Hydraulics Ltd. has the capability to repair your hydraulic pump and motor for all equipment in any industry.

Contact us now for a free quote on your project

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