Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Nitrofreeze® Cryogenic Services Featured In The Worcester Business Journal

Recently, Matthew Brown a writer for the Worcester Business Journal came to our facility to better understand what we do at the Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. I had submitted a press release to him about our cryogenic deburring and deflashing capacity expansion. This boost in capacity was made possible through the acquisition of an additional cryogenic deburring and deflashing system. After reviewing my press release, he asked if he could come in for a tour and interview with the president and founder of our company, Robin Rhodes. I gladly accepted the proposition. The press release regarding our cryogenic deflashing and deburring expansion can be viewed below.

Mr. Brown was very interested in our company as there seems to be many myths that permeate the idea of cryogenics. One of those myths being that cryogenics involves the freezing of humans after death. This process is actually termed cryonics. All the processes we complete in-house are on inanimate objects. Upon meeting with Robin Rhodes, he quickly learned about the revolutionary services that our company has to offer.

Robin took Mr. Brown on a tour of our facility where he had the opportunity to see what we do up close. The tour included our cryogenic deburring and deflashing systems, which are used to remove burrs and flash from machined and molded parts. In addition, he was able to view our cryogenic processing equipment; which includes a unit that can utilize liquid helium. Liquid helium has allowed the Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. to reach temperatures as cold as -448°F. This capability has enabled us to complete many projects for a variety of governmental and aerospace agencies.

Mr. Brown’s article titled “Cold Temps Equal Hot Jobs In Worcester” can be read here at the Worcester Business Journal site.

Once the tour was completed, Mr. Brown interviewed Robin about the business and how it was started. The video was included along with the article on the Worcester Business Journal site. It can be viewed below.



If you have any questions or comments, please email us at info@nitrofreeze.com or call us (508) 459-7447.

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