If you have existing lube equipment that meets your required size specifications and/or product volumes, but needs a little TLC – we’ve got you covered. Whether the damage occurred in a single incident on the job site or I simply a result of use over the course of time, our experienced restoration technicians can restore cracked hoses, leaking oil or DEF dispensers, and damaged tanks.
Being the only fully-custom lube equipment builder in our industry offers us the opportunity to provide real added value to our customers with specific business needs This truck from Landmark Construction Company, Inc. was originally intended to help transport maintenance and repair parts to their equipment in the field. While it “worked”, it wasn’t ideal - and as their production demands increased, so did their need for a custom maintenance vehicle that met those needs. Refurbished, repainted, and ready to rock, this lube truck now includes two 100-gallon new oil tanks, 50-gallon antifreeze and heated DEF stainless steel tanks, 150-gallon waste oil tank, six LED work lights, four storage boxes, and toolbox.
Lubrication equipment restoration isn’t limited to just trucks. We offer restorations on lube skids and lube trailers as well. Containing many of the same components, these pieces of equipment can also be restored to proper working order with the correct repairs.
While it may seem counterproductive to put extra time towards equipment maintenance, performing regular service on your equipment parts is vital to keep them running effectively and efficient during peak production seasons. Check out our Parts Maintenance Guide for more.
Parallel to lube trucks and skids, businesses sometimes need a long-term (but not permanent) on-site, bulk-fill and bulk storage solution. For over 20 years, Taylor Pump and Lift has been offering solutions like this repurposed conex box to economic giants across the country.
Lube skids are staple pieces of primary maintenance equipment for a wide variety of industries across the country. In this blog, we address four common misconceptions about pump-based lube skids to create clarity and provide your business an informed choice when selecting the lube equipment that’s right for your business.