To increase pressure, a medium is compressed. The volume of a medium in an object is reduced by compression and by adding medium in the created space the pressure in the object becomes higher. During compression, the temperature of the medium can increase or decrease considerably because energy is being added. It is important that this temperature is regulated by a dryer or cooling system to minimize equipment wear and tear. We can recommend and supply various boosters and pumps to compress both gasses and fluids. Intensifiers can enhance the compression effect.