Boundary Equipment is built around the idea that our job isn’t done until your job is done.
That’s how we make sure you have the best tools in the field to get the job done. It’s why we’re confident you won’t find a better supplier of equipment replacement parts anywhere. Period.
How we give you the best service possible.
We source all over the world to bring you an enormous selection of the best products for every application.
You’ll be surprised with how long your replacement wear parts last. The aftermarket equipment parts we supply are built to stand up to rugged abuse. Go ahead take it out and try and break it.
We know that your equipment is your biggest asset. If your equipment breaks down we’ll repair it, helping you reduce costs. In most cases it will work better.
Sometimes you work with what you have because you don’t know it can be better. We’re not satisfied with that. We have a team of engineers that constantly push and improve the design and performance of products currently on the market.
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