The first PT810 ships for use in the cryopump market.
The first PT407 ships for MRI imaging.
The first AL330 ships for HTS applications (30K).
The first PT60 ships due to OEM demands for the same cooling capacities as the AL60, but with the longer MTBM offered by a Pulse Tube.
The first 2.2K JT Cryocooler ships for a custom application.
The first Cold Helium Circulation System (CHCS) ships to Grenoble, France, for use on large cyclotron detection cooling.
Cryomech develops the AL05 to liquefy air for a customer at Cornell University.
This was before the development of the membrane technology that is used for liquid nitrogen generation today.
William Gifford publishes the paper “Gifford McMahon Cycle” at the Cryogenic Engineering Conference.
Gifford McMahon Cycle Presented: Cryogenic Engineering Conference, Rice University – 1965 By: William E. Gifford Download PDF
William Gifford and R. C. Longsworth publish the paper “Pulse Tube Refrigeration Process” at the Cryogenic Engineering Conference.
Pulse Tube Refrigeration Progress Presented: Cryogenic Engineering Conference, University of Pennsylvania- 1964 By: William E. Gifford and R. C. Longsworth Published: International Advances in Cryogenic Engineering- Volume 10- 1964 Download PDF
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