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Haskel to Exhibit at Hannover Messe, April 25 – 29
Visit Haskel at Hannover Messe from April 25 – 29, Hall 27, Stand E71, where we will showcase our innovative equipment and solutions for Hydrogen applications.
Come and meet the team to see how Haskel technologies are transforming the Hydrogen sector
We are looking forward to a number of international industry events in 2023. Our team is thrilled to be showcasing the latest developments across its hydrogen solutions, including modular refuelling stations and outstanding compression technology!
Proud to join Haskel & the High-Pressure Industry: Meet Jeff Sill, Haskel's New Sales Director – EMEA
Ready for something new in his career, Jeff Sill joined Haskel less than a month ago as its newest Sales Director – EMEA. Sill is looking forward to sharing his fresh perspective with the team, but mostly he is excited about being part of a company that stands out among the competition. We caught up with him to see how he's enjoying his new role.
Three Years After the Thai Cave Rescue Operation: A Reminder of Why Quality and Reliability are the Backbone of High-Pressure Equipment
It has been over three years since the dramatic rescue of the young soccer players from the cave in Thailand. National Geographic recently released a film about the story that includes never-before- seen footage from cameras that the Thai Navy Seals used. We are still so proud that Haskel equipment was involved in the rescue and the story underscores the importance of quality and reliability with everything that we do.
Meet the Team – Kathleen Elward, Aftermarket Manager
Though 2020 was full of challenges, it also presented many opportunities for industrial manufacturers. Kathleen Elward, Haskel’s Aftermarket Manager, saw her team presented with a number of these opportunities and is working to take advantage of the shifting practices within post-purchase service. We spoke with Kathleen to learn more about the adjustments in store for Haskel’s aftermarket department and what customers can expect to see in the coming year.
Innovation for the Innovators: How Haskel International Designed a Gas Booster for Commercial Space Flight
We recently caught up with former Haskel engineer and space engineer, John McNeil to talk about the strides Haskel has made in commercial space flight equipment. McNeil, who was part of the Haskel H-Drive design team, shares his insights from what makes the company such a key player in those applications.
Haskel Hydrogen Systems Collaborates With Total on the Successful Completion of Its Hydrogen Refuelling Station in the Netherlands
Haskel’s Hydrogen Systems Group, a business of the Precision and Science Technologies Segment at Ingersoll Rand Inc. (NYSE:IR), is pleased to announce the successful development, installation and deployment of new hydrogen refuelling equipment for the public hydrogen station of Total Nederland N.V., located in the Dutch city of Arnhem.
Putting Our Products to the Test: How Haskel Ensures the Highest Quality in High-Pressure
Great engineering and superior quality have allowed Haskel to continually supply the most reliable pumps in the market. We sat down with Haskel’s Process Engineering Technician Lead Danny Parra and Process Engineering Technician Gary Ramirez to find out what products they are testing, and how the results are affecting the future of Haskel’s supply chain.
Meet the Haskel team online and in person this autumn to find out how our hydrogen refuelling stations are accelerating the adoption of hydrogen for mobility applications globally
With a number of key international events coming up in September and October, the Haskel team are gearing up to discuss our range of hydrogen refuelling solutions, including Nano and Geno, our modular hydrogen filling stations, and the hydrogen compression technology, our H-Drive gas booster, that supports them.
The Secret Behind Armored Vehicle Suspension, Braking, and Recoil Mechanisms
Militaries around the world make use of compressed gasses as a method of controlling forces, such as those endured by vehicle suspension or braking systems, and weapon recoil mechanisms.