Cryomech has been a world leader in cryorefrigeration for more than 50 years. As the home of the Gifford-McMahon cycle technology, Cryomech offers the largest capacity GM cryocoolers on the market, ranging from 100 watts at 25K up to 600 watts at 77K. Our Pulse Tube Cryocooler product line varies from 0.5W to 1.5W at 4.2K.
In response to today’s increased demands and more limited supply of helium, Cryomech now offers Liquid Helium Plants with liquefaction rates of 15, 22, 40, and 60 liters per day that can be seamlessly integrated with our Helium Recovery System. Other products offered by Cryomech include Helium Reliquefiers, Pumping Recovery Systems for the Helium Reliquefier and Liquid Nitrogen Plants with liquefaction rates from 10-240 liters per day. Contact the cryogenic experts at Cryomech for your custom cryogenic solution today.
Originating with a limited product line of 80K GM cryocoolers in 1963, Cryomech now offers more than 50 different products to meet your cryogenic needs. As the world leaders in cryorefrigeration for more than 50 years, we are continuously focused on finding new solutions for your custom applications and needs.
Cryomech will be exhibting at the American Physical Society (APS) meeting on March 2-6 at Booths 912,914,813,815
Helium recovery can be categorized into small, medium, or large scale, and everything in between. We would like to share with you examples of three recently installed Cryomech Helium Recovery Systems to help you determine what level of helium recycling may be most suitable for your needs.
Visit Cryomech at booth number 17 at the 59th Annual Magnetism and Magnetic Material Conference from November 3-7 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Cryomech will be exhibiting at the Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) in Charlotte, North Caroline from August 10-15.
Cryomech , Inc will be exhibiting at Booth 20 during 25th International Cryogenic Engineering Conference & International Cryogenic Materials Conference 2014
Jul 7 – Jul 11, 2014 | University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands