Technifab’s cryogenic equipment is used in a wide variety of applications from the cryogenic freezers and chillers to special effects in movies. Some of the more popular cryogenic equipment applications include:

Liquid hydrogen (LH2) is one of the world’s cleanest and most sustainable forms of energy and is becoming increasingly popular as companies start transitioning to cleaner alternative energy. Due to its very low boiling point of -423°F, liquid hydrogen production requires highly sophisticated insulation, transfer, and storage techniques to minimize boil-off losses. Technifab has continuously met and exceeded these challenges by designing, manufacturing, and installing the most efficient and durable equipment for the Liquid Hydrogen market. These markets include:

Hydrogen Fueling Stations: Our equipment is used in hydrogen fuel production and in the compression, storage, and dispensing of hydrogen from stations. LH2 can be used in virtually every form of transportation as a zero-emission fuel.

Hydrogen Manifolds: Designed and manufactured to distribute hydrogen safely.

Hydrogen Transfer: Techniguard R-Series and B-Series vacuum jacketed piping systems are used in high-pressure pipelines to create safe and efficient hydrogen transfer solutions. 

Hydrogen Offloading: Hydrogen can be stored in sizeable centralized production facilities with the need to be transferred to more minor, moderately sized facilities. Technifab creates equipment and solutions for offloading hydrogen to smaller facilities and storage containers. 

Contact us today to let our team assist you in every aspect of implementing hydrogen solutions for your industry.

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is not just an energy source, it’s a versatile powerhouse. With its clean, efficient, and cost-effective energy solutions, LNG is more than just a fuel. It powers vehicles, generates electricity, heats homes, and even serves as a feedstock for various industries. Its diverse applications are what make it an indispensable part of the modern energy landscape. In the realm of cryogenics, LNG’s low temperature and high energy density make it an ideal choice, whether it’s providing a reliable source of fuel for cryogenic engines or serving as a cooling agent in cryogenic research and medical applications.

Once primarily used for long-distance transportation of natural gas and for storage, particularly for import terminals or natural gas utilities’ ‘peak shaving to balance supply and demand, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has undergone a significant transformation. Since the late 90s, it has emerged as a game-changer, increasingly being used as a low-emission and cost-effective fuel for engines. This shift has sparked a new era in the application of natural gas, opening up a world of possibilities.

When it comes to LNG applications, Technifab is a name you can trust. With a proven track record and innovative features, Technifab’s cryogenic equipment is the ideal choice. Our expertise in LNG technology dates back to 2000 when we first became involved as a subcontractor for a U.S. Department of Energy research program. Since then, we have been at the forefront of advancing low-temperature technology for LNG storage tanks and transfer lines. Our vacuum jacketed hoses and piping have been successfully used in various LNG applications, a testament to our commitment to delivering reliable and high-quality cryogenic equipment for the LNG industry. Technifab is the go-to choice for LNG applications, offering top-notch performance and unmatched reliability.

Cryogenic gases are used extensively throughout the semiconductor manufacturing and testing processes. Liquid Nitrogen (LN2) is widely used to remove heat from the manufacturing process. Nitrogen gas, often stored as a liquid at cryogenic temperatures, is also employed to purge unwanted gases and to create inert environments in critical process areas.

Environmental chambers, used to test parts and equipment at extremely low temperatures, are another common application of liquid nitrogen. From small bench top units to very large chambers, LN2 is used to achieve and maintain the desired temperature.

Heat may be removed from a manufacturing or test process using re-circulating chillers. These chillers may use liquid nitrogen or other cold fluids to achieve the desired result.

Cryogenic liquids are used in the food and beverage industry to cool, chill, freeze, and preserve in a wide variety of applications. Both liquid nitrogen and liquid carbon dioxide are often used in these applications. Liquid nitrogen is completely inert, colorless, tasteless, odorless, and has no adverse environmental effects. Cryogenic freezers and chillers are often chosen over mechanical freezers for the food industry due to the reduced equipment capital investment, faster and more efficient heat transfer, and reduced floor space claim.

Cryogenic liquids are also used to supply the gas used in what the industry calls Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) and Controlled Atmosphere Packaging (CAP). Liquid nitrogen injectors, popular in the beverage industry but also used in other packaging applications, may be used to inject liquid nitrogen which rapidly expands displacing air in the container. This can be used to lengthen product life or to pressurize the container.

The use of cryogenic liquids is common in laboratory equipment, environmental chambers, and the storage and preservation of biological samples. Liquid cryogens can rapidly reduce sample temperatures, maintain samples at very cold conditions, and create an environment to test products. Liquid nitrogen (LN2) is versatile and liquid helium (LHe) is known for its ultra-cold characteristics, making them popular choices for cryogenic liquids in the laboratory.

Medical facilities, including research and commercial facilities, commonly use cryogenic liquids for test equipment and for the storage and shipment of biological samples. Liquid helium is used in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) units to cool their ultra-powerful magnets. Liquid nitrogen is often used to store, handle, and ship biological samples, although some MRI units also utilize liquid nitrogen. Another common application is the use of liquid nitrogen in dermatology for the removal of warts or diseased tissue using a swab or cryospray device.

Technifab products are used for cryopreservation of cells and tissues, cryosurgery, and lyophilization. Cryogenic liquids have advantages over mechanical freezers due to their speed and their ability to limit the formation of sharp ice crystals in tissue and cells, which can occur with other methods.


Complete Cryogenic Solutions means we handle the entire process for you. With over 30 years of experience, we have created solutions for every type of business.  Our cryogenic equipment is trusted and relied on every day within the Aerospace and Healthcare industry whereas millions of food and drink products are prepared every year using Technifab’s cryogenic equipment such as our Phase Separators, Vaccum Jacketed Pipe and Cryogenic Transfer Equipment.

Technifab is the best way to ensure that your requirements are met from initial start up through years of service. Our experience includes liquid oxygen, liquid hydrogen, liquid nitrogen, liquid carbon dioxide, liquid helium and cryogenic fluids. Technifab’s knowledge, experience, commitment to quality, and our reputation are part of everything we deliver.


“Technifab operates on the highest standard of integrity and professionalism. A company founded on family, we have grown to be the leader in quality and trust in the cryogenic community. Technifab is here to be your partner for all your cryogenic needs from transfer hoses and dewars to cryogenic systems and CNC parts.” 


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