Fluid System Components (FSC) is a premier fluid power manufacturer and distributor with locations in the Milwaukee and Green Bay areas. FSC serves Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with broad expertise in hydraulic, pneumatic and electric panels, manifold assemblies and custom hydraulic power units and systems. FSC also provides field diagnostics and troubleshooting and comprehensive hydraulic service and repair of all brands hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders and systems, including service in the customer’s facility. The markets FSC serves range from logging and forestry, construction, paper mills, in-plant systems and industrial automation, to firefighting equipment.
Who We Are
FSC has served Wisconsin and Upper Michigan’s Industrial and Mobile fluid power market for over 45 years.
In addition to the distribution of many of the most respected brand names in the fluid power industry, we also have engineering and manufacturing capabilities for hydraulic power units, manifold assemblies, electrical and electronic controls, and other special customer-specific assemblies.
We also provide the most comprehensive hydraulic service and repair in the state. We can diagnose, repair and test all brands and types of equipment, including service in your facility.
How We Can Help You
You can rely on FSC’s high-level of support in any dimension of Fluid Hydraulics: broad product availability, efficient distribution, precision manufacturing and responsive service and repair. We give you the Power to Move beyond your challenges in any of these areas:
Distribution of hydraulic and pneumatic components, systems, hydraulic power units, and electronics. Representing a complete line of respected manufacturers and provides quality products and services since 1970.
Manufacturing of hydraulics, pneumatics, control panels, electronic controls, manifold assemblies, and custom hydraulic power units and systems.
Service and Repair of all brands of hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders and systems.
Field Service – Diagnostics, data acquisition, system startup, troubleshooting and on-site system repair.