Cryogenic Institute of New England , Inc.

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78 Chilmark Street
Worcester, MA 01604
About Cryogenic Institute of New England , Inc.
  • Full service provider of cryogenic deflashing and deburring services, as well cryogenic treatment of metals.Lab services include thermal cycling (hot - cold) for military aerospace components to liquid helium temperatures (as low as 5K). We also offer compression shrink fitting services, consulting, new and used cryogenic deflashing equipment sales.
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Products by Cryogenic Institute of New England , Inc.
  • Cryogenic Treatment

    The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. provides cryogenic treatment to enhance the performance of metals. Metals that undergo cryogenic treatment can expect enhanced wear resistance properties, crystalline structure transformation, and stress relieving. Read more
  • Thermal Cycling

    The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. provides thermal cycling services for aerospace components, optical mirrors and other high-precision parts. We can follow manufacturer specifications and meet MIL/DOD requirements. Read more
  • Cryogenic Helium Processing

    The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. provides cryogenic helium processing for high-value components to remove residual stresses and to improve dimensional stability. Our cryogenic helium processor is capable of reaching temperatures as cold as -450F. Read more