dry ice blasting technology can trace its roots to conventional abrasive blasting. the differences between an abrasive-blasting machine and a dry ice blasting machine are in how they handle the blast media. unlike sand or other media, dry ice is generally used at its sublimation temperature.
cryogenic fuels are fuels that require storage at extremely low temperatures in order to maintain them in a liquid state. these fuels are used in machinery that operates in space e.g. rocket ships and satellites because ordinary fuel cannot be used there, due to absence of an environment that supports combustion on earth, oxygen is abundant in the atmosphere, whereas in human-explorable .
cryogenic electron microscopy cryoem is an electron microscopy em technique applied on samples cooled to cryogenic temperatures and embedded in an environment of vitreous water. an aqueous sample solution is applied to a grid-mesh and plunge-frozen in liquid ethane or a mixture of liquid ethane and propane.
cryogenic deflashing is a deflashing process that uses cryogenic temperatures to aid in the removal of flash on cast or molded workpieces. these temperatures cause the flash to become stiff or brittle and to break away cleanly. cryogenic deflashing is the preferred process when removing excess material from oddly shaped, custom molded products.
kriogenmash consists of a design bureau and collocated production facility at balashikha in moscow oblast that specializes in the design and production of equipment for the production of cryogenic gases. the bulk of this equipment is delivered to metallurgical plants throughout the former soviet union.