Fisher Hydraulics is a manufacturer of custom-engineered hydraulic cylinders for many industries. Some industries served are construction, forestry, agriculture, industrial, and turf.
Fisher designs and manufactures custom hydraulic cylinders for a wide range of waste and recycling equipment applications. Fisher cylinders can be found on refuse trucks, re-cyclers, compactors, balers, and scrap handlers in metal scrap yards. Our cylinders are designed and built tough to stand up to these demanding applications.
Construction equipment is a demanding application with extremes of pressure, temperature, shock, vibration, and contamination.
Our progressive engineering team, along with our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, allows us to produce very durable, high-quality hydraulic cylinders that exceed the requirements of this industry.
Fisher has unsurpassed experience designing and building custom hydraulic cylinders for every application in the mobile crane industry. Our knowledgeable experts at design calculations, material, and component selection give safety factors the foremost consideration and ensure that our customers will never be plagued with issues such as thermal drifting, pressure growth, or rod buckling. We back our products with the industry's best customer and technical support, including service instruction, product bulletins, and troubleshooting information.
Concrete pumps and paving applications create some of the most challenging environments for hydraulic cylinders. The combination of actuation velocity, extreme shock, and the paramount need for job site reliability make these applications especially challenging. Fisher has consistently met these challenges and will continue to service these applications with quality products.
Our ability to manufacture a high-quality cylinder designed to meet the turf equipment industry's temperature ranges and high-vibration requirements at a competitive cost has allowed us to be the leader in this industry. Our products consistently allow our customers to reduce maintenance costs in this demanding environment.