Ally warrants to the purchaser that this product is free from any substantial defects in materials and workmanship. If this product proves to be defective in materials or workmanship during the period of this warranty, Ally will repair or replace, at its option, the defective product free of charge (except for transportation charges as provided below). The period of this warranty is the (2) year period beginning from the date of shipment of this Ally product by Ally to the purchaser. To obtain warranty service, the purchaser must call Ally to have a return goods authorization number assigned to them. The purchaser should then send the product claimed to be defective within the warranty period, transportation prepaid, to: Ally Hydraulics LLC., 281 KY 28, Boonville, KY. 41314. Ally will then repair or replace, at its option, items which it finds to have been defective. Ally will return such repaired or replacement items to the sender free of charge. Items claimed by the purchaser, but not found by Ally, to be defective will be returned to the purchaser by a reasonably expeditious means at the purchaser´s expense. This expense may include labor charges incurred from inspecting the unit. This warranty does not extend to any failure of this Ally product to perform as warranted hereinabove which is caused by misuse, abuse or material alteration of this product, or any negligence in connection with the installation, service, or use of this product by any person other than Ally hereby expressly disclaims any liability for consequential damages to property other than this Ally product to perform as warranted hereinabove.
Ally does not warrant the product for merchantability or fitness or any purpose and there is no warranty, expressed or implied, except that the product shall be of the kind and quality described in our specifications. Ally has not authorized anyone to make representation of warranty other than the warranty contained herein. Under no circumstances shall Ally be liable for any special or consequential damages whether based upon lost goodwill, lost resale profits, work stoppage, impairment of other goods or otherwise and whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of contract, or negligence.
- People who work on and around hydraulic systems of any kind without formal training expose themselves, and others, to serious safety hazards. An accident with a hydraulic system can result in severe injury, death, or substantial property damage.
- Always wear eye protection and protective clothing when working on and around hydraulic systems.
- Some hydraulic power units contain pumps that can generate pressures in excess of 5000 PSI (345 Bar). A pressure relief valve is used to set the pressure at the desired level. Tampering with, adjusting, modifying or removing the relief valve is extremely dangerous and is not recommended.
- Hydraulic fluid poses a fire hazard and can cause skin irritation or burning if not properly handled.
- Never exhaust hydraulic fluid under pressure to the atmosphere.
- Hydraulic fluid can reach high temperatures under normal operating conditions and can burn exposed skin.
- Fluid pressure (even as low as 100PSI) can penetrate skin and cause death or severe injury.
- Hydraulic devices should be properly "Locked-Out" or "Tagged-Out" before being worked on, including the release of any stored energy and mechanically locking the device in place when appropriate.