Cryogenic design, otherwise known as the ability to fabricate dewars, containers, tanks, cryostats and transfer systems to exact customer specifications, has been one of the many strong points of this organization.
The custom cryogenic fabrication process begins by identifying the exact requirements of the customer and adapting them to our technical capabilities. When you couple this process with a comprehensive range of products in an array of different fields, you get a solid model for providing a cost effective end result in a manageable timeframe.
Cryogenic design can take shape in many different formats. Ideas can be derived from our existing standard products or developed around existing customer parameters. The variables that can be considered are:
There are two issues that most people see as a draw back to cryogenic design.
1. "It will cost too much"
Historically, our pricing has been more than reasonable. Cryofab works with our customers to fabricate a budget conscious price structure without compromising the end result integrity.
2. "Delivery will be too long"
Most products can be developed by using a wide variety of materials on hand. Normal deliveries for nonstandard fabrications can be as short as 8 weeks.
It is not possible to put into print the different types of products that Cryofab has fabricated over the past 30 years. The statement "a picture is worth a thousand words" especially holds true for this aspect of our fabricating capabilities. Please review some cryogenic design work on this page, then give us a call. Together we can formulate a plan to meet your exact requirements.
Boundaries have yet to be set for cryogenic applications. Areas where our equipment and talents have been applied are:
We’ll make cryogenic containers that fit your exact specifications. Tell us your cryogenic design requirements, we'll work with you to create exactly what you need.
Below is a list of product-specific questions to consider when designing custom cryogenic equipment.
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