Technifab Products, Inc., a cryogenic equipment manufacturer based in the US, has overhauled its company structure in order to “better align” with its customer’s demand.

Whilst there will be no change to Technifab’s corporate identity, the business will now operate through three individual divisions: Technifab Cryogenics, Technifab CNC Manufacturing and Technifab Cryodewars.

Doug Short, CEO of the Indiana-based business, explained, “These three divisions enable us to clearly define our capabilities and products offerings to our customers across the wide range of industries we serve. Using the name Technifab in each ties them together and reassures our customers that they will receive the same products quality and service they expect from us.”

“These three divisions enable us to clearly define our capabilities and products offerings to our customers across the wide range of industries we serve”

The Technifab Cryogenics division will focus on the design, manufacture and installation of equipment used to store, transfer and control cryogenic fluids, including vacuum jacketed equipment, cryogenic phase separators and liquid nitrogen (N2) injectors.

Its CNC Manufacturing unit, formerly known as Exactifab, concentrates on computer numerical control (CNC) machining services as well as offering complete lines of vacuum flanges, and its Cryodewars segment centres on manufacturing low evaporation rate liquid N2 dewars for use in laboratories and custom-designed dewars for analytical and industrial applications.