US Edition June 2018

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    The US South West report

    2018-06-04T11:50:00Z

    The industrial gas market of the US South West is the second-largest out of the eight regions of the country, just being eclipsed by the sprawling market of the neighboring South East region.

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    Cryomech – A cryogenic innovator

    2018-06-04T11:44:00Z

    Located near the busy crossroads of Interstates 81 and 90 in Syracuse, New York is a recognized leader in cryocooler design and manufacturing.

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    Managing periods of quiet

    2018-06-04T11:40:00Z

    Cryostar USA talks market lulls in distribution equipment and opportunities for realignment.

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    Generant develops Cryosauna controls

    2018-06-04T11:40:00Z

    For more than 75 years, Generant has been synonymous with the design and manufacture of innovative, high quality product solutions for pressure and flow control devices for liquids and gases.

  • wise telemetry ceo eric wise
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    Changing the game

    2018-06-04T11:40:00Z

    John H. Palmer interviews Eric Wise, founder and CEO of Wise Telemetry.

  • cryogens
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    A chilling change

    2018-06-04T11:39:00Z

    This month, gasworld takes a look at the many ways cryogens are used in manufacturing and processing. Here we examine shrink fitting, a unique way of applying very cold temperatures to manipulate metal.

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    Helium – A space odyssey

    2018-06-04T11:39:00Z

    Many of the most sophisticated applications in the field of cryogenics have been developed at the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

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    Vacuum – it sucks!

    2018-06-04T11:39:00Z

    There is really no such thing as a perfect vacuum – just varying degrees of very low pressure. Even in deep interstellar space, the closest there is to a perfect vacuum, there are still a few hydrogen molecules to be found per cubic meter.

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    Liquid CO2 – Low temperature applications

    2018-06-04T11:39:00Z

    By far, the cryogenic freezing of food products is the hallmark of low temperature applications for the commodity that is carbon dioxide (CO2), writes Sam A. Rushing.

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    10 minutes with...Jim Glessner

    2018-06-04T11:38:00Z

    Take 10 minutes out with Jim Glessner, TrackAbout Chairman, Lockhouse CEO, as he discusses the company’s roots, the digital trend, and opportunities in the market.