Mission – Cryogenics is our passion
CRYOGENICS is the science of low-temperature generation and low-temperature phenomena. The cryogenic temperatures are temperatures below -150 degrees Celsius. The carrier of low temperatures in industrial cryogenic systems includes liquefied gases, such as helium, nitrogen, and oxygen. Common features of these gases include their low boiling temperature (well below environment temperature), as well as relatively low heat of vaporization. Liquefied gases provide a storage of ‘cold’, which is used for cooling a variety of materials and devices depending on the application. To minimise the loss of ‘cold’, vacuum insulation coupled with cryogenic multilayer insulation (MLI) is employed. KrioSystem has been using and constantly improving this kind of solution for decades – contributing to significant savings for its customers.
KrioSystem provides a complete supply of liquefied gases distribution systems covering transmission, storage, heat exchange, and phase separation.
With more than 20 years of experience and a qualified team of engineers and specialists, we provide our clients with technologically advanced cryogenic devices and installations that are applied in science, industry, and medicine.
Our products cover two application areas, based on the temperature level:
liquefied helium temperature area (HELIUM CRYOGENICS), which covers systems operating in temperatures below -269 degC.
liquid nitrogen temperatures area (INDUSTRIAL CRYOGENICS, LNG, CRYOBIOLOGY), which covers systems operating in temperatures between -70 and -200 degC. These applications include liquefied oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, methane (LNG), and other technical gases.
We are a leading European engineering company for the complex and demanding supply of low-temperature systems for industry, science, and medicine. The genesis of our activities dates back to the 1970s when the low-temperature experimental plant KRIOPAN was established as part of the Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Wrocław. In 1991 the plat was transformed into a private company – KrioSystem