Linde Kryotechnik


In 1895, Dr Carl von Linde invented a process for the liquefaction of air and various gases, thereby ushering in the cryogenics industry. As early as 1932, Linde supplied the world’s first industrial helium liquefaction plant to the University of Kharkiv in Ukraine.

In 1992, Linde purchased the cryotechnology department of Sulzer, Winterthur and decided to concentrate its low temperature activities at this location.

Following the merger, Linde Kryotechnik AG was established in Pfungen, Switzerland. Today, the company boasts a team of highly specialized employees who are dedicated to developing cutting-edge cryogenic systems. As a member of the Linde Engineering business of Linde plc, Linde Kryotechnik AG continues to push the boundaries of cryogenics technology.

In the intervening years, more than 600 cryogenic systems have been successfully installed worldwide.

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