South East Asia: The next logical step for Dohmeyer


One can trace the roots of Dohmeyer all the way back to 1955, to an engineering company in Rijswijk, the Netherlands, owned and operated Mrs Christa Dohmeyer. From there, the company continued to flourish through the decades into one of the most experienced and respected cryogenic equipment constructors in Europe.

All of which essentially began from a gap in the market, as Dohmeyer sought to respond to what it found to be a relative lack of cryogenic understanding in wider industry at the time, with most cryogenic equipment then made by steel workshops and a broader understanding required on the flow of liquids like liquid nitrogen and liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) seemingly a challenge to be met.

“Cryogenic freezing was rather a kind of ‘art’ rather than a technology,” says Fabian Van Damme. “Dohmeyer was created to provide technological and engineering support to the industrial gas companies. Soon after, we started to build our own machines.”

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