Are you an OEM or aftermarket customer looking for dipsticks for construction equipment?
Orscheln Products L.L.C. designs and manufactures dipstick assemblies for applications in the motion control systems industry. Specifically, Orscheln’s provides dipsticks for construction equipment. Dipstick assemblies are a part of Orscheln’s fluid level indicators product line.
Dipsticks for Construction Equipment & More.
When you partner with Orscheln Products L.L.C. you’re partnering with over 70 years of experience in the motion control system industry. Since 1946, Orscheln’s team of professionals has committed to an unwavering commitment to manufacturing quality, leading-edge products for OEM and aftermarket customers.
Because of this drive to meet the continually changing needs of our industry, Orscheln is considered one of the leading global suppliers of motion control systems.
Twist2Lock™ Fluid Level Indicators
Orscheln Products L.L.C.’s Twist2Lock™ Fluid Level Indicator (FLI) product line is ideally suited for a wide range of engine, transmission and other applications. Orscheln’s Twist2Lock™ F1, F2, F3 and F4 designs offer OEMs and users a wide selection of options in fluid check, check/fill or fill options.
- Engine Oil
- Hydraulic Fluid
- Transmission Fluid
- Water Level Coolant System
A Large Inventory of Custom Dipstick Assembly Options
Orscheln’s dipstick assemblies product line has a large inventory of tube materials and configurations are available to handle the wide range of temperatures and routings needed to support many different kinds of engine, transmission, and other fluid system operating environments.
Formed Metal Tubing, End Fittings, Blades & Markings.
Orscheln offers a variety of in-house customization opportunities – including metal tubing bending for complex routings. Orscheln can also design and manufacture custom fittings for a variety of tube materials. Your blade type and markings can be customized to a customer’s expectations.
Contact Orscheln Products L.L.C. for sales inquiries or request to talk to an engineer about dipsticks.