Cryogenic Milling - How It Works and the Benefits
Created at :
Jul 11, 2022
Cryogenic milling is a process that uses extremely low temperatures to break down materials. This process can be used to pulverize a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and even some types of food. The benefits of cryogenic milling include the ability to create very fine particles, the preservation of delicate materials, and the prevention of heat damage during the milling process. This unique milling process can be used to create a variety of products, including powder for 3D printing, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics. It can also be used to pulverize food for baby formula or other products. It is a versatile process with many potential applications.
Systems in Place That Offer Exemplary Safety Protocols
This technology is unique in several ways in that it has been shown to be one of the best techniques for producing large amounts of nanostructured/nanocrystalline materials which greatly improves the mechanical properties as compared to many conventional counterparts. Always choose a facility that has multiple cryo-milling systems in place and that offers exemplary safety protocols. This ensures the best outcome when processing materials such as intermetallic compounds, metal matrix composites and elemental metals. One of the keys to getting the most out of this advanced type of technologically and processes is to work with a trusted name in the business.
Serve Customers with Impressive Value-Added Services
While there are many companies that offer a wide range of innovative processing, testing, and materials research as well as production, one company has consistently outpaced the competition year after year. California Nanotechnologies delivers a variety of in-house spark plasma sintering systems, along with cryogenic mills, mechanical testing, and tooling fabrication that all result in the highly flexible ability to serve customers with impressive value-added services. R&D and pilot-scale production services are conducted exclusively by Cal Nano for customers across a broad spectrum of industries, universities, and labs. Programs range from space to nuclear and aerospace as well as energy, and other sectors of the economy. Call Cal Nano today to learn more.