High pressure testing
Resato is one of the leading manufacturers in the field of high pressure technology, developing high pressure components and systems up to 14,000 bar. Based on 25 years of experience, Resato has grown to become an intelligence centre for the development, production and application of high pressure systems that are mainly used in the oil and gas industry.

Waterjet cutting
Based on their extensive knowledge of extreme high pressure, Resato has productized their knowledge into the field of waterjet cutting. Waterjet cutting technology is one of the fastest growing major machine tool processes in the world due to its versatility in applications and ease of operation. Over the years Resato has become the European lead manufacturer in this technology.

Hydrogen fueling
We shape the future. As experts in high pressure applications, we put our knowledge to work in order to create sustainable, safe, and efficient solutions for testing with hydrogen gas, fueling cars/buses with hydrogen, and more. Resato supports the development of a hydrogen economy with scalable high pressure refueling stations. We want to provide an affordable alternative to the huge fueling stations in order to allow companies to extend their coverage and provide an incentive for end-users to invest in a sustainable FCEV.

With over 25 years of experience in high pressure technology, we understand the challenges of pressurizing hydrogen. We develop and manufacture compressors and testing and refueling systems with a sharp eye on environmental & personal safety. We work hard to offer solutions that meet or exceed your expectations.

The shareholders
The shareholders of Resato also running the business, have teamed up with Pindustry to realize their ambitious growth objectives in high pressure testing, hydrogen fueling and waterjet cutting. Growing the business outside the Benelux will be one of the main drivers in the coming years.

Resato’s headquarter is based in Assen in the Netherlands, and employs around 130 people. Starting 2014 Pindustry acquired the majority of the shares of Resato.

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