Q&A: Haskel International discusses new equipment expertise


Haskel, founded in 1946, has a long and storied history as the world leader in the design and manufacture of highly engineered, high-pressure fluid and gas handling equipment and technology.

In 1954 Haskel was a pioneer in the development of the first dry running hydraulically driven gas booster, which did not require lubrication for the compressor, used with nitrogen (N2) and helium (He) to pressure as high as 10,000 psi. In 1961 Haskel launched a range of metal seals able to withstand the extreme temperatures of aircraft engines. Another major development was the introduction of the air driven gas booster in 1963. This product line was supplemented with the introduction of air-driven liquid pumps, leading to the publication of the first liquid pump catalogue in 1963. Haskel added air pressure amplifiers in the 1970s and acquired the BuTech line of high-pressure valves and fittings in the 1990’s.

Throughout the years, Haskel has grown organically. In 2012, Accudyne Industries acquired Haskel and its sister brands. Accudyne Industries is a leading global provider of precision-engineered, process-critical, and technologically advanced flow control systems and industrial compressors.

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