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    Aerospace and Defence

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    The number of successful Concorde nose restoration projects powered by systems designed by us.

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    Our customer satisfaction rate.

    The Sky has no limits | We offer market-leading, unbiased hydraulic solutions and sourcing support for civil and defence aerospace.

    Our client base is diverse and includes: a Malaysian-based marine maintenance company involved in the search for missing flight MH370, national armed forces, a world-leading provider of defence and commercial transparency systems and British heritage assignments, such as our ‘nose-droop’ projects on Concorde G-AXDN, Concorde G-BBDG and Concorde G-BOAC.

    I have just been reminded that we have been working with Hydraulics Online for two years now – since we approached asking if you could help with the nose project on Concorde G-AXDN at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. I am extremely pleased to have met such a good team who have supported Concorde and Heritage Concorde so well… you deserve a medal!

    I was amazed; Mark reeled off figures and technical data that were way above my understanding, but he explained things very well. You don’t just shift boxes; you know your business inside and out. A very big “thank you” from the whole team – I hope we can continue the great work.

    Graham Cahill, Heritage Concorde

    Ministries of Defence

    We help delivering vital hydraulic solutions and installations for Ministries of Defence worldwide. If we cannot source the exact part in the timescales required, our expert team can specify suitable alternatives that will perform equally well.

    We offer a repair service too – contact our helpful team on +44(0)845 644 3640 to see if we can help.

    Ministry of Defence in London

    Vessels and Tanks

    Our client base is diverse and operates across the public and private sectors. Our expertise, tenacious service and unrivalled hydraulic solutions were commissioned by a Malaysian-based marine maintenance company involved in the search for missing flight MH370.

    Restoration of vessel

    Heritage Restorations

    We love helping to preserve the past! To date Hydraulics Online has supported the nose restorations of three retired Concorde aircraft on display in the United Kingdom. We’re renowned for our custom-made hydraulic power packs. Read more here >>>

    Concorde nose

    Because Hydraulics Online is independent and not tied to any one manufacturer, I know that they are giving us the best solution and the best products for that solution.

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