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Accredited Hose Company

Inspected by an independent assessor every two years, a Hydraulic Hose supplier that joins the British Fluid Power Association Hydraulic Hose Accreditation Scheme, is clearly demonstrating a solid commitment to supply the best Hydraulic Hose made to the latest quality and safety standards. In this section you will find an interactive map showing clearly the location of companies which have committed to this benchmark Hydraulic quality standard, look for the ‘Q’ logo when buying hose. Please click the adjacent box for more information and details.

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Company Registration No. 823988, Copyright BFPA, All Rights Reserved.

British Fluid Power Association, Cheriton House, Cromwell Park,
Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 5SR United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1608 647900 Fax: +44 (0)1608 647919 Email: enquiries@bfpa.co.uk

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BFPA Hydraulic Safety and Hose Skills Courses

The “Foundation Course Working Safely with Hydraulic Hose and connectors” and the associated “Assembly Skills Training Programme” have been developed by the BFPA using acknowledged industry experts. The foundation course is ideal not only for those who work in the Hydraulic Industry but for people who work closely with machinery which utilises Hydraulic power, eg Construction, Marine, Agriculture, Offshore, Renewable energy, Rail, Mining, and many other industries. Any person taking these courses will be registered on the BFPA National Database.
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Fluid Injection Injury Fact Book

This pocket sized book is possible the most valuable tool for anyone working with or around Fluid Power systems, or indeed any situation where fluid is under pressure. The injection injury is unfortunately not widely understood even in the medical profession yet should it occur speedy action will prevent a serious situation becoming worse, possibly a leading to amputation. The booklet details the correct methods of treatment and gives guidelines for the doctors to whom the injured person is referred, as it is very likely that they have not had much if any experience in this area.
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Fluid Injection Injury Fact Book