Cryotron and National Cryogenics Corporation is one of the pioneers in cryogenic treatment and continues to be a leader in the development of public awareness for the use of cryogenic technology.
Through continuing research Cryotron has developed procedures that provide greater predictability of tooling performance. This research involves tooling procedures common to a wide range of industries and includes numerous tooling applications.
Years of research, however, have neither scratched nor dented the surface of cryogenics, as new applications for the wear metal process appear every day. National Cryogenics looks forward to its continued participation in the research and development of cryogenics and related equipment and products in the field.
Technical Research and Development Advisors
Mr. Bill Bryson:
Author of "Cryogenics", "Heat Treatment, Selection And Application of Tool Steels", and "Heat Treatment: Master Control Manual"
William "Bill" Bryson is a well known metals advisor and one of the pioneers in various fields of heat treatment, cryogenics, and wear properties of metals. He is the author of a number of books specializing in the theory and practice of metal wear analysis characteristics.
"I can’t tell you how great your cryogenic processors operate. I’ve been involved with cryogenics since the late 60s and have seen just about every brand of processor on the market. The Cryotron processor is by far the best, safest, and most cost efficient processor I’ve operated. As well as helping people from all over the world, I also ran a processing business for several years and the Vari-Cold process has proven it’s ability to save liquid nitrogen and made our own operation more cost effective." ~ William E. Bryson
Dr. Dongyang Li
Professor - Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta (Canada)
Adjunct Professor - Department of Bio-Medical Engineering, University of Alberta (Canada)
Along with his work conducting projects with major oil sands clients, Dr. Li provides valuable third party research and wear analysis capabilities to the National Cryogenics team. Visit this page to learn more.
Mr. James Fesmire:
Sr. Principal Investigator and founder of the Cryogenics Test Laboratory at NASA Kennedy Space Center for energy efficient technology development.
His work in cryogenic systems design has supported the Space Shuttle, the International Space Station, future moon and Mars exploration, experimental rocket programs, commercial space launch facilities, superconducting power, hydrogen storage and delivery, and a wide range of commercial and industrial applications.
Has been in the field of cryogenics and low-temperature problem-solving for over 30 years.
Member of the International Institute of Refrigeration and ASTM International Committee C16 on Thermal Insulation.
President of the Cryogenic Society of America.
Has authored numerous patents and publications in the area of thermal insulation systems, novel materials, and cryogenic testing methodologies.
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Materials Science) and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering.
Phone: (Edmonton, AB) 1-780-405-2515