Windust Hydraulics is a private, 100% family owned business. Established back in 1995 servicing the local Waikato hydraulic market out the back of a Toyota station wagon, the company now has coverage across the length of New Zealand with its head office in Hamilton as well as a Christchurch branch covering the South Island.
In the last 20 or so years Windust Hydraulics has grown to become one of New Zealand’s largest privately owned hydraulic wholesalers providing parts and products to both national and international customers in partnership with some of the world's leading hydraulic manufacturers.
We believe the key to providing our customers the best possible service is to have the right product in stock. We understand the nature of the industry we service and the urgency for parts, so that’s why we hold a vast array and quantity of product right here in our Hamilton Warehouse – ready for immediate pick up, drop off, or overnight freight anywhere in the country.
Windust Hydraulics can provide off-the-shelf products or customise a solution to meet your specific needs. Our people have the technical knowledge and experience to repair, maintain, design, install and start up hydraulic applications backed by our highly skilled service team in our generous state of the art, fully equipped workshop.
We actively cover all sectors of the market from large Meat and Dairy processors, to specialised Fert Spreader applications, to basic repair and servicing of hydraulic pumps and motors – big and small, we have you covered.
The key to our success is that we ask questions, thoroughly investigate the application and will only provide you with a product that is best suited for your needs. We also fully stand behind our product and service, it’s only fair.
Hydraulics is embedded deep in our DNA and our commitment is very clear – the right technical advice, coupled with the right product, in stock, at the best price possible.
We here at Windust Hydraulics understand our people, together with their knowledge and experience, are the most critical factor to our business operations. It is not uncommon for half a dozen staff to collectively work on a project at once to investigate potential snags, have alternate ideas thrown in and collaboratively discuss the project to gain a more refined solution.