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Sci-Chem Training Event Success for CryoService

The Special Gases team linked up with laboratory catalogue giants Sci-Chem for a valuable training session on gases and gas mixtures.

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Consultative Seminars on Environmental Monitoring
a1-cbiss, PCME, ALcontrol and CryoService are collaborating to demystify key aspects of the selection and operation of CEMS systems and aid compliance with OMA audits in environmental monitoring applications.

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Grand Union Canal, 145 Mile Race

CryoService's David Bryant has a reputation for being a super man. He's enhanced this by becoming a true Superman, running 145 miles from Birmingham to London in under 40 hours to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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CryoService win prestigious university contract

The Universities Catering Organisation (TUCO) have been added to CryoService's impressive roster of major accounts in the licensed trade.

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The 2009 Liquid Nitrogen Safety Roadshow came to a successful conclusion

An exceptional attendance to all events meant that the LN2 Safety Roadshow was a resounding success.

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Safe Use of Liquid Nitrogen in Laboratory Environments and Developments in CryoPreservation

The full programme and itinerary for the 2009 Liquid Nitrogen Safety Roadshows has been released. Book now to avoid disappointment.

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Liquid Nitrogen Safety Training will hit the road again in October 2009

CryoService are planning a brand new series of nationwide events on Liquid Nitrogen Safety and Application Developments, which follow on from the overwhelming success of the 2007 roadshows.

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MCERTS Stacks Up!

MCERTS 2009 was an extremely vibrant affair and was well attended by key personnel from across the user spectrum.

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CryoService Launch New Engineering Services Business Unit 

CryoService have launched a new business unit that brings together existing core competence in areas such as high pressure gas pipeline installation, cryogenic tank and pipeline installation, PSSR maintenance, safety training and design and consultancy under a new Business Manager.

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The Special Gases & Mixtures Division for both CryoService and Air Products are participating in the MCERTS 2009 Conference and Exhibition at the Bretby Conference Centre on 29th & 30th April.

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 Standards for Liquid Nitrogen Supply

Standards for Liquid Nitrogen Supply

CryoService, leading UK provider of cryogenic gases and gas storage solutions and the Medical Research Council (MRC), the world-renowned research organisation dedicated to improving human health, have jointly produced a groundbreaking new publication to improve the safety and operating practices associated with liquid nitrogen.

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CryoService - Leisure gas supplies
 CryoService Awarded O2 Arena Contract

The ability to develop and design a customized system from the ground up and take in to consideration the demands and complexities of one the world's premier entertainment venues has resulted in CryoService being awarded the drinks dispense gas system contract for the O2 Arena.

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 Blades cut out cylinders...   and go for tanks

The 'Accellarate Midi' Gas Management System from CryoService provides the perfect solution for Sheffield United (SUFC) and their Brammall Lane stadium.  Installing three of these advanced gas system solutions has meant an end to cylinders on site along with their associated manual handling and safety issues whilst also removing the 'asset management' headache site managers have had to incur.

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