Creare Delivers R&D Excellence in Cryogenic and Vacuum Systems
Creare LLC is a leading innovator in the design and development of cryogenic components, vacuum pumps and related systems. Our technologies in miniature high-speed turbomachinery and heat exchangers as well as reverse-Brayton, magnetic, Stirling and J-T cryocoolers are applicable to temperatures down to 4 K and cooling capacities from a few milliwatts to several kilowatts. We have designed and developed cryocoolers for long-life space missions and low-cost terrestrial applications, and we provide complete cryogenic services from conceptual design, analysis, and optimization to hardware development, fabrication, and testing. Creare’s cryogenic engineering staff enjoys international renown in the areas of miniature high-speed turbomachinery and gas film bearings for cryogenic applications.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Cryogenics Systems
- Vacuum Pumps
- High-Performance Heat Exchangers
- Sensors and Control Systems
- Software Development
- CFD and Finite Element Analysis
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