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Top hydraulic hose and hose assembly companies in the U.S.

Posted by IndustryNet on Monday, March 11, 2019

100000354_hydraulic_Hose_AssemblyHydraulic systems depend on hoses in order to operate. Literally pumping the lifeblood of the system, hydraulic hoses have to be built to exacting standards to withstand the extremely high stresses placed upon them.

Industry Overview

Manufacturers of hydraulic hoses generate nearly $7.8 billion in sales annually, according to data collected by MNI, compiler of the industrial data that powers IndustryNet. 

This value has remained relatively flat with only a 0.16 percent increase over the previous year. Just over 300 companies and 7,500 jobs are supported by this field.

Subject to the same external factors that the hydraulics industry overall experiences, the hydraulic hose sector is slated to expand in the coming years. Forecasts are predicting that construction will be the biggest driver in the growth of the industry.

Additionally, the adoption of new technologies such as digital hose monitoring systems and IoT-powered crimping machines will assist in driving new sales.

Company Distribution

An overwhelming number of hydraulic hose companies are located in the South, with 45 percent in this region. Trailing with 29 percent is the West, followed by the Midwest with 26 percent. In last place is the Northeast with just over 12 percent.

Related: Key growth trends in the U.S. hydraulics industry

With the exception of the numbers for the Northeast, these distribution figures are nearly inverse from the overall industry's figures.

Top 10 Hydraulic Hose & Hose Assembly Companies in the U.S.

Eaton Corp; Fluid Power Division

Van Wert, Ohio, is the home of Eaton Corporation's Fluid Power Division. This segment of the company specializes in power management solutions that includes hydraulic hoses. With 850 people, this location is also the headquarters of their Aeroquip performance racing hose lines.

Along with auto racing, other markets include manufacturing, transportation, injection molding and mining.

Gates Corp.

Situated roughly halfway between Wichita and Kansas City in the town of Iola, Gates Corp. is a major player in the hydraulics market. Their hoses are compatible with over 20 different international certifications and standards.

From oil fields to farms to airports, there is not an industry that they do not service.

Parker Hannifin Corp., Stratoflex Products Division

Focused exclusively on aerospace, Stratoflex Products creates customized hydraulic hoses for the demanding high-speed and high-altitude environments encountered by airplanes. Located in the aviation hotbed of Dallas/Fort Worth, Stratoflex's 600 employees produce metal tube, flexible, elastomeric and PTFE hoses for certified aircraft of all sizes and missions.

Anchor Coupling, Inc.

Since 1938, Anchor Coupling has been manufacturing OEM hoses for various applications. Designed with permanently attached couplings, their hoses have seen duty in every location imaginable, including the arctic regions and space.hydraulic_Hose_Closeup

Eaton Corp.

This division of Eaton Corp. located in Mountain Home, Arkansas specializes in high-pressure hydraulic hoses. Some of these hoses are of the two-wire braided and spiral design that can withstand pressures up to 6,100 psi.

Parker Hannifin Corp.

The location in Alliance, Nebraska manufactures hydraulic hoses of varying pressure capacities. Working pressures from less than 200 psi up to 6,000 psi are available.

Oceaneering Subsea Distribution Solutions

When working under the ocean's surface, pressures build rapidly with depth. Hoses must be protected by umbilicals in order to ensure proper operation. Subsea Distribution manufactures stainless steel umbilical tubes capable of withstanding 20,000 psi of external pressure.

Parker Hannifin Corp.

This location in Manhattan, Kansas employs 175 people and also manufactures hydraulic hoses.

Atlas Hydraulics

With 150 people at the Greenville, South Carolina branch, Atlas Hydraulics rapidly retrofits and repairs hydraulic hoses to ensure a minimum of downtime for customers.

Eaton Corp.

This location of the Eaton Corp in Forest City, North Carolina produces finished hydraulic hose assemblies under the skillful eye of 132 talented employees.

Quick View: Top Hydraulic Hose and Hose Assembly Companies in the U.S.

CompanyEmployees on siteCitySTATE
Eaton Corp., Fluid Power Div.850Van WertOH
Gates Corp.750IolaKS
Parker Hannifin Corp., Stratoflex Products Div.600Fort WorthTX
Anchor Coupling, Inc.500MenomineeMI
Eaton Corp.400Mountain HomeAR
Parker Hannifin Corp.250AllianceNE
Oceaneering Subsea Distribution Solutions175Panama CityFL
Parker Hannifin Corp.175ManhattanKS
Atlas Hydraulics150GreenvilleSC
Eaton Corp.132Forest CityNC

Finding Hydraulic Hose Suppliers in the U.S. 

For those who need more information on the companies that provide hydraulic hoses, IndustryNet has details on every manufacturer in the United States, as well as suppliers of more than 10,000 industrial parts and services. Click here to see w full list of hydraulic hose assemby suppliers.

 

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