cryogenic coil

cryogenic coil

[‚krī·ə′jen·ik ′kȯil]
(cryogenics)
A high-purity coil refrigerated to very low temperatures to reduce effective coil resistivity.
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Earlier this year, Air Products announced an agreement to supply its proprietary cryogenic coil wound heat exchanger technology and liquefaction process license for the facility.
m2m will combine Spin Systems' well-established portfolio of MRI coils and accessories with Supertron's cryogenic coil technology.
Air Product, the worlds leader in liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology and equipment, today announced an agreement with TP JGC Coral France for the supply of its proprietary cryogenic coil wound heat exchanger technology and the liquefaction process license for a floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility to be located in the Indian Ocean, offshore Mozambique, Africa.
The company is developing a cryogenic coil that increases speed and allows for imaging of body parts in motion.
According to the deal, the Lehigh Valley firm will deliver three main cryogenic coil wound heat exchangers, together with its LNG proprietary C3MRTM liquefaction technology and equipment.
The sale includes two of Air Products main cryogenic coil wound heat exchangers and the associated equipment and technology which will be vital in the production of LNG at the facility.
The sale consists of two of Air Products main cryogenic coil wound heat exchangers and the associated equipment and technology that will be vital in the production of LNG at the facility.
In addition to designing clinical and pre-clinical MRI coils, Supertron is also designing cryogenic coils that increase speed and allow for imaging of body parts in motion.