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Del Gavio: Complete Hydraulics Service On Both Coasts

Del Gavio Marine Hydraulics, Inc. of Carlstadt, N.J. and its sister company, Del Gavio Ship Repair, Inc. of Alameda, Calif, have an identical array of services to offer the marine industry.

The companies are involved in all aspects of shipboard hydraulic system design, installation and repair, including all deck machinery such as winches, accommodation ladders, anchor windlasses, hatch covers, and cranes. Del Gavio works with steering systems, pneumatic systems, watertight door systems, and many other fluid systems, and are authorized as Denison Hydraulics marine service centers. The companies offer repair and machine ser- vices on fuel oil systems, lube oil systems, and valves, and have access to a large inventory of parts from many manufacturers.

Del Gavio has also expanded its electrical services in its New Jersey facility.

From both coasts, Del Gavio performs electrical system troubleshooting, installation and design.

In addition, the company performs motor overhaul and testing to UL specifications, and offers related mechanical overhauls of electrical equipment and systems. Del Gavio says they are constantly looking toward expanding into the growing riverboat and workboat market, and meeting the changing demands of their customers.

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