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Since 1936, Magnatrol Valve Corporation has been manufacturing full port-internal pilot operated and direct acting solenoid valves to control the flow of water, de-ionized water, ammonias, vegetable oil, fuel oil, gas, steam, brine, solvents, dirty/viscous/ corrosive fluids, cryogenics, and oxygen.
Quickdraft Offers Reliable Exhaust of Cryogenic Gases
June 16, 2022
Quickdraft offers Venturi Exhausters for cooking and freezing exhaust applications for the food and other industries. With no moving parts in contact with the exhausted cryogenic gas, fan failure due to freezing and ice build-up on the exhaust fan impellers is eliminated.
A type of large, fully composite, linerless cryogenic tank completed a series of tests at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center at the end of 2021. Designed and manufactured by Boeing, the reusable tank shell was originally constructed as flight hardware for DARPA’s Experimental Spaceplane Program (XSP).
The Switzerland-based Bachem Group specializes in developing and manufacturing peptides and oligonucleotides. As a full-service provider, Bachem offers products for clinical active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) development and commercial applications as well as exclusive custom synthesis.
A new facility increases the cryogenic pump production capacity for Las Vegas-based Nikkiso Cryo Inc. The company, a member of Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases Group, a part of Nikkiso Co. Ltd. in Japan, says the larger facility was needed due to growing demand for the cryogenic pump products and services they provide to the global liquefied natural gas market.
Linde and Bluefors teamed up to create cooling solutions for large-scale quantum computers. Linde is contributing its experience in large cryogenic installations while Bluefors adds its ultra low temperature interface needed for quantum computing.
A liquid nitrogen leak from a cryogenic freezing system at Foundation Food Group’s Gainesville Plant 4 killed six people, required 12 to be hospitalized, and led to the evacuation of 130 others in Gainesville, Ga. The plant is owned by Foundation Food Group, recently formed by the merger of Prime-Pack Foods and Victory Processing. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board is on site and investigating.