Best of all, we can scale production to meet virtually any quantity demands, while reducing costs and delivery time in the process. When standard product isn't getting the job done, contact Mid-State to learn how we can help save you time, money, and hassle.
Custom hose-end fittings can solve a range of routing and application issues. Our products have helped reduce rubber hose abrasion in compact areas, reduced hose failure related to temperature concerns, and have allowed configurations and sizes major manufacturers simply don't produce. Whether you application requires an odd bend angle, jump-size, or pressure rating, we can produce a product suited for your needs. And, as always, we'll even help you design it.
Mid-State produces custom hose-end fittings guaranteed to fit your Parker, Eaton, Gates, Ryco, or other major label hydraulic hose. So, whether you require completed hose assemblies, or need to supply your end-users unavailable jump-sizes, bend angles, or configurations – there's no need to reinvent the wheel. Your end-users can keep their existing product-line without the hassle of changing equipment, tooling, or brand.
Most manufacturers base their production models off of the most commonly used hose-end fittings and adapters. This helps them eliminate unnecessary setup and inventory costs, but does little to help you in the event of a specialty need. Our custom solutions have no minimum order quantities, extended lead times, or astronomical costs.
Whether you're designing equipment from scratch or outfitting existing models, Mid-State's expert team of engineers are here to assist with everything from material selection, innovative routing solutions, product design, prototyping, quality and performance diagnostics, and more.
Every aspect of your custom products are designed to benefit your application, increase ease of routing and installation, and reduce the long-term costs of traditional rubber hose assemblies and accessories.
With our CMM and CAD capabilities, Mid-State can transform your sample or drawing into a finished product. With the ability to reverse engineer products, we can replicate, modify, and improve upon existing designs.