Our skilled technicians are known through Rocky View County and Alberta because they understand everything there is about hydraulic parts and components, including how to properly install, service and replace them. We can cover the installation and repair of many common parts such as pistons and cylinders as well as offer dependable hydraulic servicing for both rigs and machinery. We believe that serving you with the best services can give us the best experience, and to us that is more valuable than having the most expensive material things. At Deemack, the customer’s satisfaction is not a major priority, it’s the only priority.
Our mechanics offer a wide variety of services, including:
Hydraulic supplies, parts and fittings
Service, repairs, and maintenance for large rigs
Service, repairs, and maintenance on all hydraulic parts
Hydraulic cylinders, valve banks, and hydraulic pumps
Hydraulics motors, pistons, gears, winches
Hydraulic hoses and fittings
Directional drilling and drilling rig repair
Whether your business has machinery that needs its hydraulic components replaced or your directional drill needs maintenance, Deemack is ready to give you the best services to meet your needs. Book an appointment today.
Contact us today to get in touch for reliable and affordable services.
Deemack will manage all aspects of your fleet maintenance. Regular fleet maintenance will reduce incidents and breakdowns, which will reduce lost revenue for your company.
All fleet maintenance / units will be tracked and managed by date, mileage, hours, kilometres, or a combination.
Identify preventive maintenance (PM).
Track annual inspection expirations that are due.
Provide quotes on all repairs.
Perform safety inspections.
Email notification for routine fleet maintenance and annual inspection.
Flexible hours to suit the customers schedule.
Perform services and inspections.
Provide inspection forms with detailed explanation of work required.
Provide detailed work order with a list of all work that was completed.
Book your appointment today to ensure top-notch fleet maintenance services.
CVIP : Safety & Certifications
The Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program (CVIP) refers to a mandatory safety inspection program and is not a replacement for the ongoing preventive maintenance carried out by vehicle owners. An annual CVIP Inspection is required for any vehicle with a registered weight of 11,794 kg or greater when operating within Alberta or 4500 kg or greater when operating outside Alberta.
Upon inspection, we will provide you with an estimate of all repairs necessary before any work begins. Once the repairs have been made, we complete the required paper work and attach an inspection date decal to your unit.
If the CVIP expires, current Alberta Legislation allows the vehicle to return to a facility to obtain the inspection. The vehicle cannot stop anywhere along the way, as they must drive directly to the inspection facility.
Note: It is important to keep in mind that CVIPs must be completed annually for tractors, light trucks, trailers. School buses, motor coaches, commercial buses are inspected semi-annually. For more information on CVIPs and Alberta Transportation Regulations, please click on the link below.