Technifab Products, Inc. has added a new west coast location to expand their sales, service, inventory and installation services for cryogenic liquid transfer equipment customers.
Month: June 2010
CICEFT awarded contract to produce components for ITER project
CICEFT, a new Tallahassee-based small business, has been awarded a $5 million contract to supply cable-in-conduit jacketing services to the International ITER project.
Airgas introduces new line of cryogenic freezers
Airgas, Inc. has developed a new line of cryogenic freezers for use in food processing facilities.
Cold Technology for Pest Control
While it does not reach temperatures cold enough to be called cryogenic, carbon dioxide snow is at the heart of a new way of dealing with unwanted pests. It utilizes a quick freezing process that takes advantage of the properties of carbon dioxide snow and has a number of benefits over conventional extermination processes. A … Continue reading Cold Technology for Pest Control
CGA elects new Chairman
Thomas J. Ward, Air Products and Chemicals, has been elected the 2010 Chairmen of the CGA Board of Directors.
Linde Canada’s Edmonton plant celebrates 35th anniversary
Linde Canada, an affiliate of Linde North America, celebrates 35 years in business at the plant located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
“What I Learned from My Mentors” Survey
Cold Facts recently surveyed industry professionals about the mentors who had an impact on their careers and the ways they influenced their professional growth. These are the answers we received.
Praxair to supply cryogenic air plant to Essar Steel Algoma, Inc.
Praxair Canada Inc, a subsidiary of Praxair, Inc. has signed an agreement to supply Essar Steel Algoma Inc.'s steel mill with a cryogenic air separation plant.
Ability Engineering to build two new cryostats for Fermilab vertical test stand
Ability Engineering Technology Inc., South Holland IL, is building two new cryostats that will more than triple Fermilab's current SRF cavity testing capabilities.
CERN announces first direct observation of tau particle in muon neutrino beam
From CERN, 5/31/10: Researchers on the OPERA experiment at the INFN’s Gran Sasso laboratory in Italy today announced the first direct observation of a tau particle in a muon neutrino beam sent through the Earth from CERN, 730 km away.