By Rhea Healy2016-09-19T09:26:00+01:00
Pressure cylinder manufacturer Worthington Industries has expanded its cryogenic technology portfolio with the addition of a dedicated beverage carbonation cylinder for the industrial gas sector.
The US-based corporation’s latest cylinder features the industry’s first liquid cylinder vacuum sensor and digital reader, as well as including the company’s unique user interface with easy-access valves.
Geoff Gilmore, President of Worthington’s Pressure Cylinders business, explained the advantages of the new addition, “Our beverage carbonation cylinder is designed to be an industry workhorse, with optimum reliability, performance, safety and ease of use. We use proprietary technology that takes the guess-work out of diagnosing a vacuum issue and provides a hassle-free user interface, new benefits to the industrial gas market.”
The new 500-pound cylinder has been designed for use in the food and beverage market where cryogenic beverage carbonation cylinders are for ideal companies that process a high volume of carbon dioxide (CO2).
The cylinders are currently available for distribution in across the US and Mexico.
Worthington Industries today announced that it has acquired the business of James Russell Engineering Works, Inc. (JRE).
In an exclusive interview, Rhea Healy spoke to Worthington Industries about its recent acquisition of CryoScience.
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