Introducing the new range of NexGen & ATL Liquefiers and Purifiers
Quantum Design’s liquefiers and helium recovery systems allow you to recycle the helium gas currently being lost from the normal boil off and helium transfers of your cryogenic instruments. An adaptable helium recycling solution for research and medical cryostats, these helium liquefiers and recovery systems allow you to always have access to a supply of liquid helium without being reliant on suppliers of cryogens or subject to unpredictable price changes.
Liquid Helium Your Way!
Whether you have a large laboratory or small, with many cryogen-using instruments or just one, Quantum Design has a helium recycling option perfectly suited for you. Helium Recycling Systems can be individually configured for a variety of laboratory sizes and types. All recycling systems have fully integrated components with most functions being automated or very easily operated.
Recycling systems can be used with a wide range of cryogenic instruments including NMR, MRI, MEG and other assorted cryostats. Custom fittings and connections are available for a wide range of instruments to allow for seamless integration into your laboratory or scanning centre. Fail-safe protections are built into every stage of our recycling systems so that in the occurrence of an accident, the rest of the recycling system and your cryogenic instruments are protected from damage or contamination.
Back in 2019, Quantum Design announced the official launch of Helium Conservation Day aimed at increasing the awareness for helium conservation around the world. The company also celebrated this on July 10th 2020 – find out more.
Commenting on the news, Greg DeGeller, president of Quantum Design, said: “We need to be good stewards for earth’s precious resources and we have developed methodologies and equipment that capture, recycle and reuse helium for our use and to help our customers. Our product development has always focused on optimising the consumption of liquid helium and we will continue to do so. Thank you for helping us recognise the need for conservation and recycling. Let’s all go green for helium.”