Minimise downtime, maximise productivity.

Over 25 years of industry experience

Our comprehensive approach to servicing and repairing heavy equipment ensures that no underlying problems go unnoticed, allowing us to provide accurate and reliable diagnoses for your peace of mind.


Jobs completed


Years of industry experience


Years since we began in 2015


Companies have used our services

You Punish 'Em, We Repair 'Em

Customer-Focused Service



Onsite Welding

Hitch Sales & Repairs

Generator Repairs & Hire

Plant Hire



Once the issue has been identified, our team goes to work with precision and expertise to perform the necessary repairs. 

We Follow Best Practices

We only use high-quality parts and follow industry best practices to ensure that your machinery operates at peak performance.

Speak with our Director

From the initial quote to the final completion, maintaining direct contact ensures that your requirements are met. Whether it’s coordinating with suppliers, addressing technical specifications, or handling any unexpected challenges, effective communication is key.

Elia Pascuzzo

Director & Founder

At 16 years old, Elia completed his apprenticeship at Komatsu's Campbellfield branch in Victoria

About Punisher Diesel Services

Our Latest Works

Mountain View Quarry

Point Wilson, VIC

West Gate Tunnel Project

Altona, VIC

North East Link Project

Bulleen, VIC

Stocklands Lyra Estate

Beveridge, VIC

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Frequently Asked Questions

Pending on manufacturer’s specifications, usually smaller machines require servicing every 250 hours and larger machines at 500 hour intervals

Check your operator’s manual for the specifications, however usually every 2000-5000 hours. If you are using attachments on a regular basis, such as hammers, bring that time frame down to every 1000 hours

Always check your operator’s manual as some are periodically greased, but usually complete it daily or every 50 hours. Grease is cheap, pins are not!

Mobile Plant Risk Assessments last for the duration of the machine if there are no modifications made and you keep up with regular servicing requirements. However some sites require yearly assessments to be conducted to remain compliant