The no hassle way to release pressure on your hydraulics.
My name is John Dillon, I run a farm in Southland, New Zealand with my wife Rozanne. I also run a seasonal contracting business dry hiring Direct Drills to farmers. We run a fleet of Duncan and Taege direct drills and cover all of Southland and have some customers in South Otago.
With our Direct Drills hire fleet and other daily farm work, I had difficulty connecting hydraulic hoses due to excessive oil pressure. This involved hitting the ends of the couplings on whatever I could find and often damaging them.
It made sense to solve this problem and I came up with the Quick Release Saver (QRS).
We’ve perfected a very high-quality design and had this design pressure tested to 5000psi. It works extremely well and has a very wide application. The QRS is useful for Agricultural Implements, Forestry, Transport and all kinds of Industrial applications. It is of use to anyone using hydraulic hoses with quick release couplings anywhere in the world.
What our customers are saying.
Wayne Fleck, Riverton
The Quick Release Saver takes the frustration, danger and mess away from those high pressure situations.
Such a simple idea, and so easy to use.
I recommend a set of quick release savers to every farmer and contractor.
Alex Reid Contracting
I have been an Agricultural Contractor for 14 years. The Quick Release Saver is extremely useful when towing gear around especially behind vehicles. It means we don’t require a tap on any hydraulic hoses. The odd time we forget to release the pressure off the hoses, this tool makes releasing the high pressure hoses extremely safe and up to our Health & Safety requirements.
This is a necessary tool in all our employees toolboxes.
Campbell Bonnar, Owner - Bonnar Brothers Contracting
The quick release savers stay solely in our baler tractors, they work perfect to release the massive pressure the baler holds after being parked up in the shed.
It has saved us multiple fittings due to staff tapping the fittings to release the pressure. Would highly recommend to any farmer or contractor that battles with these issues.