Workshop Facilities in Mackay

Our workshop is fully equipped for any task from a PM service right through to a full machine rebuild.

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Our Workshop

Aside from our fully equipped field service vehicles, Mad Dog Diesel also has a spacious and professional workshop. This enables us to perform full machine rebuilds, component overhauls, diagnostic services and industrial abrasive blast & paint for heavy machinery, specializing in Caterpillar machines.

Advanced Workshop Facilities

In our workshop, we utilise the latest technology and equipment to complete repairs and conduct maintenance quickly and efficiently. With high-performance diagnostic equipment, our team will find and correct the source of your machinery issues.

The highest safety standards are followed at all times in our workshop, and we provide regular training to maintain high standards at all times. This includes the use of genuine parts as well as after-market parts when requested.

Complete Range of Services

In our workshop, we use our expert knowledge and quality facilities to accurately diagnose current and potential issues with your machinery. By identifying future problems, we ensure you will avoid unexpected downtime and prevent long-term problems from occurring.

This ensures your business can operate as efficiently as possible, without unforeseen costs and time delays. Just some of the services we complete in our workshop include component rebuilds and overhauls, full machine rebuilds, machinery diagnostics and preventative servicing.

Can’t reach our workshop?

If you are unable to travel to our workshop or it is not possible to move your heavy machinery, do not worry, we can bring our services to you. Mad Dog Diesel will deliver exceptional field services and work around your logistical limitations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Field repairs take place in the location where a machine is stored or currently operated. For workshop repairs, a machine must be transported to a new location.

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as neither field nor repair is technically better, it depends on the type of machinery and the repairs required.

Heavy equipment repair refers to the repair of large industrial machinery, for example, machinery used in mining and construction.

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