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Synonyms for cryogenics

the branch of physics that studies the phenomena that occur at very low temperatures

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SHI Cryogenics Group, an integral part of the Precision Equipment Division of Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., is a leading worldwide provider of innovative cryogenic solutions to the medical, semiconductor, flat panel, general coating and research industries.
Statebourne Cryogenics' mobile refuelling station - which has been developed in partnership with industrial gas supplier BOC - has solved this problem, making it suitable to be used at a variety of locations.
LifeLine Cryogenics is an east coast primarily servicing the New York tristate area.
The differences between cryogenic food freezing and chilling using liquid nitrogen and traditional mechanical processes may be less than you think, with innovative BOC solutions pushing the boundaries of this technology.
We all think of Cryogenics as freezing someone until they can be resurrected or storing embryos, but there are a few surprising applications that do not immediately come to mind, such as freezing fish fingers!
In cryogenics, there is liquid oxygen, primarily used as aviator breathing oxygen, and liquid nitrogen, used to service the emergency power unit on an F-16 Fighting Falcon, which provides emergency electrical and hydraulic power in the event the engine or onboard generators fail.
They cover fundamental issues in the materials science and engineering, wires and tapes, cables, bulk materials, magnets, cryogenics (the high temperature is relative), electromagnetic modeling of materials and applications, superconducting fault current limiters and power cables, magnetic energy storage systems, rotating machinery, fusion technologies, and accelerator systems.
The company can test a manufacturer's product on production-scale equipment at its lab in Allentown, to help determine the feasibility of using cryogenics in their process and to help quantify the benefits versus cost.
He was allegedly interested in cryogenics. And he was reportedly prone to making anti-Semitic remarks.
Typical applications include cryogenics, heat treatment, coating processes, electron beam welders, packaging, pick-up, and conveying.
Air Liquide America Specialty Gases' line of industrial grade equipment can be used with gases commonly used in welding, cutting and other industrial applications, as well as with liquid cryogenics. The equipment is suited for use with proprietary brands of industrial gases, such as ALIGAL, ARCAL, FLAMAL and LASAL.
Is there an NSN for the zipties for the cryogenics? Yes, NSN 5975-00-570-9598 will bring you 100 ties.
Apparently Britters has invested in an American cryogenics firm to do the job.
It started when someone told her Walt Disney had been preserved by cryogenics to be revived in the future," the Sun quoted Spears' pal, as saying.
The Freshline TRS responds to this demand by ensuring that food manufacturers can increase the efficiency and versatility of crust slicing using cryogenics. It also has a footprint of only eight square meters, and a production capacity of up to 1,200 kilograms an hour.