Accudyne Industries pumps and compressors for upstream oil and gas production.
From multipoint chemical injection to fail-safe emergency shutdown systems, our products are highly regarded within the industry for their precise, reliable and safe performance.

Onshore Drilling

Accudyne Industries business units manufacture pumps and compressors designed to handle the rigors of production commonly utilized in the fractionalization drilling process, offshore platforms.

Offshore Platform

Accudyne Industries business units manufacture pumps and compressors designed to handle the rigors of production commonly utilized on floating platform storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels.



Oil and gas production starts at the drill site, where oil and gas exploration and production companies extract raw crude oil from underground wells. Once out of the ground, the practical crude oil and gas undergoes an initial round of processing to separate the rich mixture of hydrocarbons, gas, solids and water in preparation for transport to refineries via pipeline, oil tanker, railcar or truck. Accudyne Industries business units manufacture pumps and compressors that are designed to stand up to the rigors associated with drilling and production processes, as well as the unique application requirements of off-shore platforms and floating platform storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels:

Haskel high pressure pumps are utilized for high-pressure leak testing at the wellhead and valve actuation.

Milton Roy metering pumps and customized packages inject methanol to prevent hydrate formation and corrosion inhibitors to maximize production flow in onshore and offshore wells.

Sundyne integrally geared pumps, and HMD sealless magnetic drive pumps with their small footprints are widely found on offshore platforms and FPSO’s where operators require safe and reliable separation and transfer processes.

ANSIMAG sealless magnetic drive pumps feed LACT units at the well-head in the fractionation drilling process.

Sunflo industrial grade pumps are widely utilized for water re-injection services at the well-head.

Sundyne integrally geared compressors with their small footprint and high reliability are utilized for critical process gas services including waste gas recovery, regeneration, offshore pipeline boost and gas separation  on FPSO’s.

Marelli API vertical sump pumps are widely utilized for methane and hydrocarbon transfer services.

Accudyne products play keys roles in the transportation and storage of crude or refined petroleum products.

Natural Gas Dryers and Distillation

Fractionalization plants treat the gas, remove water and waste products, separate and sell natural gas liquids (NGL’s) for blend components in refineries and as fuel or feedstock in the manufacture of petrochemicals.

NGL Storage Tanks


Midstream companies operate oil and gas pipelines and gathering or transmission facilities responsible for moving natural gas from the wellhead to downstream consumers. Common midstream processors include fractionation plants that treat the raw gas product, remove water and contaminants, and separate natural gas liquids (NGLs) for use as blend components in refineries or as petrochemical feedstock. Once purified, the remaining methane gas is compressed and distributed to downstream consumers. Accudyne Industries business units manufacture a range of pumps and compressors that play key roles in midstream operations:

Sundyne compressors are widely used for mole sieve regeneration, off gas, natural gas boost, nitrogen circulation and demethanizer applications.

Sundyne integrally geared and direct drive centrifugal pumps are widely utilized for boost, fractionation and transfer applications. Sundyne pumps offer low and very low NPSHr and are highly effective for bubble point liquids.

HMD/Kontro and ANSIMAG sealless magnetic drive pumps are widely used to safely transfer NGL’s in tank farms, loading and offloading and pipelines.

Milton Roy mixers are widely utilized for tank storage and amine injection.

YZ systems oil and gas sampling products measure and inject precise amounts of liquid odorant into each cubic foot, or meter, of gas that flows down a pipeline to ensure detectability.