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Has anyone designed a cryogenic chamber?  I have a client who has asked us to retro-fit a chamber for him.  He would like us to add a liquid nitrogen "line" into the chamber to get to the temperature he requires.  Can you buy a LN2 packaged system, or do we need to purchase LN2 bottles, hoses, valves, etc...?  If such a "package" is available whom should I contact?

RE: Cryogenics

Contact your local Linde representaive or get in touch with someone at Union Carbide. Depending on how much you'll need they should be able to help you . Or make a call to a local welding supply company.

Don

RE: Cryogenics

Mark's Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineering also features an extensive section on cryogenics, if more in-depth information is required.

Paul R

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