Welcome ! At Mechanical Kits Ltd. we endeavour to ensure the best quality products are available for students who are learning, “hands-on”, about Fluid Power.

Our mission is support hands-on learning by doing what we can to make it happen!

The purpose of our company is to supply good quality kits and services that promote hands-on learning. We are committed to improving our products and services based on feedback we receive from our customers. We are also committed to developing new products that will be used by students in the classroom and at events such as the North American Fluid Power Challenges. We will support the use of our product by working with our customers to satisfy their needs and offering support whenever possible.

2016 Challenge Video from Price Engineering

Watch this YouTube video from the March 2017 Event held in Waukesha, WI.

Note: Loud! Suggest you turn down the volume!

  • A 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization that supports educational programs and research in fluid power
  • Mechanical Kits Ltd. supports the work of the Foundation by donating a royalty for every NFPA Challenge Event and NFPA Classroom kit sold,
STEM Scouts: science, technology, engineering, math

STEM Scouts is a new way to discover science, technology, engineering and math. Middle and High school STEM Scouts explore exciting STEM-related topics in six-week series of lessons called modules. They get their hands dirty in fun, fast-paced weekly labs, designed and vetted by STEM educators and professionals.


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I wanted to take a moment to tell you how powerful this event was for my children and for our school.

As a parent with four boys interested in engineering from a very young age, I was not surprised to learn that they had signed themselves up through...
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Four NEW kits available April 2017

Four new kits available April 2017

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First Fluid Power Challenge in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Sponsored by Princess Auto, the first Challenge was held in Manitoba, Canada in March. Five schools participated from the Louis Riel School...
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