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Parts & Service

Time is money in the field, and waiting on repairs wastes both. Bridges Equipment has more than 35 years of experience servicing and repairing oil and natural gas drilling equipment.

We understand the importance of minimum downtime. That’s why we invested in building a business designed to keep your operation up and running:

  • Highly trained and experienced personnel
  • Fully equipped service trucks capable of on-site repairs
  • Repair facilities that accommodate even the largest oilfield equipment
  • Custom engineering and fabrication
  • Mud pump rental
  • Supply stores in Odessa and Cresson, TX

No matter your problem, Bridges Equipment has the skills, tools, and parts to get you drilling again.


Maintenance and Repair

We pride ourselves on our team of highly trained and experienced personnel. Our field technicians are trained on a broad spectrum of oil and gas equipment. They not only understand the application but the codes and regulations for each piece of equipment. Our customers have grown to rely on our mechanics not just for first class service, but also their application assistance.

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Engineering

We determined early on that to provide the best possible service to our customers we needed to bring engineering expertise and manufacturing capabilities in-house. Today, our 100-acre repair and manufacturing facility in Odessa, TX has all the fabrication, machining, and engineering resources to meet your demands.

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Mud Pump Rental

Mud pumps are the heart of your drilling operation. Bridges Equipment is the leading authority on the unitization of triplex mud pumps. As an OEM distributor for Caterpillar Rig Power, Detroit Diesel, and Joliet motors, we provide our customers with a wide range of options to meet their pump needs.

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Supply Stores

Never wait on a part or deal with sourcing from multiple manufacturers again. Bridges Equipment supply store operations provide a single source for all the consumable parts and equipment needed to keep a drilling site in operation.

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