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The Scoop On Cryogenics

The Scoop on Cryogenics

  • January 30, 2018

Dippin’ Dots, the novelty ice cream that has become a staple in amusement parks, malls, and theaters, recently announced they are now dipping into Cryogenics. This subsidiary known as Dippin’ Dots Cryogenics will offer its freezing technology to a variety of non-edible industries.

Cryogenics relies on a precise freezing methodology and requires equally precise equipment to get it right. ChemTec manufactures flow devices that help companies maximize safety, improve productivity, and in turn saves money.

Regulations And Applications Of Flow Valves For The Hydrogen Industry

Regulations and Applications of Flow Valves for the Hydrogen Industry

  • January 12, 2018

In the Hydrogen Industry, it is necessary to be prepared for the many standards and regulations attached to production, distribution, and applications of flow valves. These standards may change from time to time based on scientific discoveries (or even political will), but they are meant to minimize risk to everyone who works with hydrogen flow valves. To achieve compliance, safety, and efficacy, companies need to be clear on what’s expected of them.

Flow Switches & Excess Flow Valves For Cryogenics

Flow Switches & Excess Flow Valves for Cryogenics

  • March 22, 2016

Cryogenics is the science of dealing with the production of and effects of very low temperatures. However, there’s some debate over how low ‘low temperature’ must be to qualify as cryogenic. Some say lower than -1000C. Others, such as NIST, put it at below -1500C. At these temperatures most gases become liquid, which gives them some interesting uses. Cryogenic temperatures are mostly produced through the Joule-Thomson effect, which takes advantage of the relationship between pressure, temperature, and volume.

Hydrogen From Sunlight

Hydrogen From Sunlight

  • July 15, 2015

Gas producer, Air Products (AP), recently unveiled a solar-powered hydrogen fueling station. Their SmartFuel® technology uses electrolysis to make hydrogen from water, so providing fuel cell vehicles with power that’s truly ‘green.’

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