CRYOCO LLC has taught 154 classes in 33 years to approximately 4,800 engineers, operations and technical support staff in both five-day Cryogenic Engineering and two-day Cryogenic Safety classes.

Taking part are professionals from numerous national labs, commercial gas, and cryogenic liquid suppliers and facilities, NASA, the US military, and the LNG users and manufacturing plants in the US and around the world.

The content of these courses is overall general cryogenics and applications but have been rewritten to include air separation refrigeration technology and new energy based liquids such as LNG/methane.

The course syllabus includes the following:

  • Thermodynamics for Cryogenics
  • Cryogenic Fluids and Properties 
  • Materials for Cryogenic Service 
  • Cryogenic Equipment
  • Cryogenic Design
  • Refrigeration and Liquefaction
  • Vacuum for Cryogenic Applications
  • Instrumentation
  • Safety in Cryogenic and High Pressure Gas Systems (Hazards, First Aid, Fire, Explosion, Burst, Materials Compatibility, Blast/BLEVE, and other safety concepts)

”There are some other entities that teach some aspects of these subjects but they are ancillary training and are not in-depth enough to give any practical working knowledge of working cryogenic systems,” the company said in a statement.

“We offer classroom-style training but are extremely knowledgeable in practical and working in and around Cryogenic Pressure Vessel, Pressure Piping, and Pressure Systems. In addition, we have an extensive photographic and film library that are used in the performance of each class to reinforce and/or demonstrate concepts that are presented, including safety and accident concepts.”