In scientific research, cryogenic cooling is required for a variety of applications. Many are complex instruments related to physics, nuclear physics and biology.
In biology, Scala's liquid nitrogen generator is used to ensure low temperature refrigeration of samples.
Some examples of biological research:Virus institute: Collect and study viruses, for example in remote areas of Africa.Artificial insemination: Improvement of cattle, horses and dogs.
Human Medicine: Immunology, Oncology and geneticsMarine research vessels: On these vessels, it is often necessary to store samples taken from the ocean or seabed in liquid nitrogen.
To avoid storing large amounts of liquid nitrogen during long voyages, the Scala liquid nitrogen system can be used to produce liquid nitrogen on board.