cryogen


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a liquid that boils at below -160 C and is used as a refrigerant

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Other cooling options include cryogen spray and the application of cold air.
MR Solutions has successfully delivered its cryogen free 3T to 7T MRI scanners to leading research centres across the world and has recently launched its new PET modules for PET/MR imaging.
This is yet another world first for MR Solutions who developed the first commercial range of 3T and 7T cryogen free superconducting systems.
By putting the cryogen free MRI magnet into a shipping container, a very compact and easily transportable MRI system became achievable.
2] Gun & Probe cryotherapy technique when compared to the other cryogen.
Design of Air Products' Icefly cryogen delivery equipment and cryogenic machining know-how are part of the agreement.
However, the two shortest-wavelength modules of the IRAC camera are still operable with the same sensitivity as before the cryogen was exhausted, and will continue to be used in the Spitzer Warm Mission.
Yield is maximized through direct cryogen injection at the freezer tunnel entrance.
The Polar Wand consists of a portable cryogen-containing unit and a single-use flexible cryogen spray catheter, designed for use with CO2 that is supplied in standard five pound cylinders.
However, It is highly innovative in offering a system which both provides airflow in the load space, which is essential for fresh produce, and exhausts the cryogen outside the load space.
Electricity is vital to keeping the cryogen in an MR magnet liquid.
Currently, its greatest use is in MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanners, but it's also used as a cryogen in medicine and space research and for leak-detection in engineering.
The satellite's liquid-helium cryogen will run out about 18 months after launch.
Some darker skinned patients had transient hyperpigmentation, presumably related to the cryogen spray used for cooling with the laser.