Cryogenic Engineering Applications
Cryogenic engineering is one of the key technologies at CERN. It is widely used in research and has many applications in industry and last but not least in medicine. In research cryogenic engineering and its applications are omnipresent from the smallest laboratories to fusion reactors, huge detectors and accelerators. With the termination of the LHC, CERN will in fact become the world's largest cryogenic installation.
Mining engineering is an engineering discipline that applies science and technology to the extraction of minerals from the earth. Mining engineering is associated with many other disciplines, such as geology, mineral processing and metallurgy, geotechnical engineering and surveying.
Liquefied gases are used in a wide range of applications, including metal processing, medical technology, electronics, water treatment, energy generation and the food industry. Today, more and more of these industrial gases are being delivered to customers in liquid form at cryogenic temperatures, enabling them to be stored on site for later use. We offer cryogenic tanks for the following liquefied
Complete cryogenic services from conceptual design, analysis, and optimisation to hardware fabrication and testing. Expertise includes custom cryogenic components and systems, vacuum systems, heat exchangers, turbo-Brayton and other cryocoolers.
Cryogenics technicians use a large machine called an oxygen/nitrogen generating plant that isolates the two useful gasses from the air we breathe and chills them to their liquid form. The Marines use this machine to fill multiple 400-gallon tanks for storage and distribution to Cherry Point aviation squadrons.