Cambridge, Cambs, UK (PRWEB) September 2, 2008
After an intensive selection round involving competition from large multinational companies, Dryogenic Ltd of Cambridge was selected to provide a new ultra low temperature physical properties measurement instrument to the Physics Department at the prestigious Kookmin University, in Seoul, Cambridge.
Roger Granville, the Dryogenic, International Sales Manager said the Dryogenic system was selected for several key reasons:
1. Unlike any of the other systems considered, it did not require liquid Helium as the coolant. This makes the Dryogenic instrument simpler, easier to use, and required no specialist support compared with the traditional liquid Helium based instruments.
2. Dual functionality - as well as being able to operate as a full automated instrument that can be used by materials research scientists to provide excellent data, the same system can also be used by experimental scientists as a platform to study materials using their own measurement techniques.
3. Reduced environmental impact - liquid Helium is a finite natural resource. Because the Dryogenic instrument is "cryogen-free" it does not use any liquid Helium - the customer is liberated from the spiraling price increases and supply shortages of the global liquid Helium supply chain.
Dr. Kurt Haselwimmer, Director of Dryogenic, said, "We are very pleased to have successfully completed the first delivery and installation of one of our systems in South Korea. Dryogenic Ltd is an exciting young company, and its products are being exceptionally well received all over the world. We are working hard to deliver similar success in many other export markets."