Southcott is an innovative, reputable solutions provider and market leader that understands the hydraulics industry. We ensure the highest levels of safety, quality and reliability in every product and service we provide. Our services include system design, hydraulic components, installation and service. We cover Agriculture, Mining, Construction, Marine, Transport, Defence and Industrial applications.
Industries today work around the clock, often in harsh conditions. It is essential that they are provided with consistent and efficient products that are safe and reliable. Southcott products are highly regarded in all industries for their safety, quality and reliability.
We understand that industries have standards and compliance that they must adhere to. Our hydraulic hose assemblies are manufactured to MDG41 compliance to meet the mining specifications.
Whatever your industry, our engineers can help you develop a system solution or analyse your existing system. Working together through every step of the process, from design development, prototyping and field testing, offering you solutions for improved reliability, efficiency or cost savings.
100% Australian owned, CHILD hydraulic adaptor fittings and couplings are manufactured in Australia, ensuring consistent quality products. Southcott Taree and Wingham manufacturing facilities are compliant with a quality management system requirement. CHILD couplings and adaptors are banded for identification purposes for traceability and ease of re-ordering.
With a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, equipped with the latest CNC machinery and testing equipment, Southcott is one of the largest manufacturers of hydraulic hose couplings and adaptors in Australia today. These features, combined with stringent quality control procedures, allow Southcott to provide superior service.
With over a century of experience in manufacturing, Southcott is Australia’s premier hydraulics supplier. For more information on our commitment to quality and service, get in touch with the team at Southcott today.