Cryodynamics Division News

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  • Elliott Group Integrates EIC Cryo Operations
    ELLIOTT GROUP INTEGRATES EIC CRYO OPERATIONS Jeannette, PA, October 12, 2017 – Elliott Company announced today that it has integrated the operation of Ebara International Corporation’s Cryodynamics Division (EIC Cryo) based in Sparks, Nevada with its operations in Jeannette, PA. The strategic, inter-divisional realignment combines operations under Elliott Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ebara... Read More
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    R. Mollath
  • Prime the Pump – Magnetically Driven Equipment for Ammonia Production
    Magnetically Driven Equipment for Aggressive Liquid Environments Reprinted from the July/August 2017 Edition of World Fertilizer Magazine Robert Mollath, P.E., Ebara International Corporation, Cryodynamics Divison USA, outlines magnetically driven equipment for aggressive liquid environments at ammonia production and processing plants. The transportation of Liquid Ammonia (LNH3) presents unique engineering challenges for rotating equipment to operate safely and... Read More
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    E. Karakas
    E. Wonhof
  • New Research – Two-phase Expansion in Cryogenic Turbines
    New Research Reprinted from the May 2017 Edition of Hydrocarbon Engineering Enver Karakas & Eric Wonhof, Ebara International Corporation USA, present recent research on two-phase expansion in cryogenic turbines. Introduction In January of 2016, Ebara International Corporation (EIC Cryo) and the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Nevada, Reno partnered together to design and... Read More
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    T. Brower
  • Tried & Tested, the Evolution of the Submersed Motor Pump for use in the Hydrocarbon and Petrochemical Industries
    Tried & Tested Reprinted from the July 2016 Edition of Hydrocarbon Engineering Tyler Brower, Ebara International Corporation USA, discusses the evolution of the submersed motor pump for use in the hydrocarbon and petrochemical industries. Intro One of the worst phrases we can often hear in the business environment is “because that’s the way we’ve always... Read More
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    T. Brower
  • Automatic Response, Current Advancements in Cryogenic Liquid Expanders
    Automatic Response Reprinted from May 2016 LNG Industry Tyler Brower of Ebara International Corporation, Cryodynamics Division USA looks at current advancements in optimizing cryogenic liquid expander technology.   Introduction Cryogenic liquid expanders were first introduced to the market in the late 1990’s as a means to improve the efficiency of the liquefaction process for cryogenic... Read More


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