In the world of cryogenics, where temperatures can reach -452°F (-269°C), mechanical insulation often isn’t suitable to keep liquified gases cold enough for storage, transfer, or use. Without sufficient insulation,
On-site installation and repair services can be completed for piping, manifolds, bulk tanks, tank pads, and controls. We conduct installations in two ways: either by our own technicians or by an overseen contractor. In the instance that we hire a contractor for the installation portion of your project, we will inspect their work and ensure that it is of the highest quality. From small jobs to million-dollar projects, we will approve every step of the process so that each is completed with excellence.
Jim started in the Cryogenic business back in 2005, after spending 25 years in the aircraft business. He has managed manufacturing departments as well as installations of cryogenic products. He is married to his wonderful wife of 35 years and has 3 kids and 2 grandchildren with one on the way. The family is getting bigger every year, so he had to make a larger patio table. One of his favorite hobbies is woodworking. He enjoys camping, golfing, and fishing; and is a big fan of the San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants. He’s been teased about it because of living in Southern California and not rooting for local teams. But after winning all those Super Bowls and World Series the teasing has stopped. He is very excited for the opportunity to join a great team like CryoWorks and looks forward to the future.
Kevin has been involved with cryogenic and industrial gas equipment and systems since 1975. Experienced in design, manufacture, installation, and repair of systems serving the food, aerospace, medical, and welding industries. Father of two adult daughters, grandfather of two, and husband of 47 years to my wife, Lynda. Outside of work he enjoys motorsports, biking, barbecuing, and “the dogs”.