Industrial Mechanics Montreal | Industrial Services

When the Covid-19 pandemic was first declared, nations the world over found themselves in short supply of essential, life-saving PPE like masks, gloves and hand sanitizer.

Within a few months, supplies began to increase to meet the need, but it’s important to recognize that this didn’t happen magically. It was the direct result of an industrial process that the world intricately depends upon to supply all its needs. At the forefront of that process are the industrial mechanics who make sure every factory and its industrial machinery is functioning to the best of its ability.


The first step in getting the production process up and running is the installation of essential machinery and equipment. Depending on the industry, this equipment may include mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, fuel, lubrication, cooling, and exhaust systems.

Installing these systems is an intricate and delicate task in and of itself, and requires both knowledge and finesse. Reading blueprints, diagrams, and schematic drawings to determine work procedures in installing equipment such as pumps, fans, tanks, conveyors, furnaces and generators is the first task for our industrial mechanics. 

Finding a good one can mean the difference between starting and maintaining an efficient process, or getting bogged down by malfunctioning equipment and seemingly endless quality control checks.


Maintenance of your industrial mechanical systems ensures the seamlessly smooth production of your merchandise. Any undue interruption in that process can cost you time, and time is money.

That’s why routine checks by experienced professionals are necessary, so they can inspect and examine your systems to detect and investigate possible trouble spots and anticipate malfunctions before they cause a potential shutdown. Maintaining cleanliness and lubrication of machinery, as well as troubleshooting on-the-spot issues, is another vitally important task of our industrial mechanics.


Considering the normal wear and tear daily, monthly, and yearly use of industrial equipment undergoes, it’s only normal that even the best and most assiduously installed systems experience a breakdown from time to time. When that happens, you want to get your system up and running as soon as possible. Adjusting complex machinery and repairing or replacing defective parts isn’t something just anyone can do, which is another iron-clad reason industrial mechanics are so vitally important.


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