Archive for 2016

Bernell Hydraulics – Always There for Your Hydraulic Needs

At one point or another, every piece of equipment is going to break down or fail. The same is true for hydraulic machinery. Hydraulic equipment can be finicky, but it is essential to your business operations. Without it, production stops, and you simply can’t have that for an extended period of time. What if your…

Reliability Checks Can Keep Your Hydraulic System Running

Preventative maintenance is key to keeping your hydraulic machinery up and running. No one wants down time on a jobsite, so maintenance is a hot topic throughout the hydraulic industry. You likely check the oil level, replacing it when it gets low, as well as regularly change the filters, but is that enough? Are you…

Four Convenient Locations

Imagine that everything in your operation is running smoothly. Your employees all showed up to work on time, the orders are piling in and at the rate you’re going, there will be no problem fulfilling them all. Your business is operating flawlessly, when all of a sudden everything grinds to a screeching halt. Your hydraulic…

10 Fast Facts about Bernell Hydraulics

We have FOUR convenient locations. has four convenient locations located in California. They are as follows: Retail Store- Bernell Hydraulics, Inc. (Headquarters) 8810 Etiwanda Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 ParkerStore – Bernell Hydraulics, Inc. (Colton) 1400 Colton Blvd., Colton, CA 92324 ParkerStore – Bernell Hydraulics, Inc. (Riverside) 9643 Mission Blvd., Riverside, CA 92509 Parker Store…

The Hydraulic Products You Need – Bernell Hydraulics

A hydraulic system is comprised of many different facets. There are hoses, valves, pumps, seals, motors and countless other components that need to fuse together seamlessly to make your hydraulic system function the way it was designed. When one of these parts or components fails, you will experience some down time while trying to get…

Posted on August 24, 2016

Industries That Use Hydraulics Daily

Hydraulic systems are invaluable across countless industries. The physics behind hydraulics is that you apply force at a specific point, which is then transmitted as energy to another point through an incompressible fluid, which is usually a type of oil or an equitable synthetic. Whether it’s construction companies utilizing hydraulics in their heavy machinery, or…

Posted on August 17, 2016