5 Top Cryogenic Engineering Startups

We analyzed 85 Cryogenic Engineering Startups. Kiutra, Applied Cryo Technologies, P3 Technologies, Intelline, and Delft Circuits develop 5 top solutions to watch out for. Learn more in our Global Startup Heat Map!

Our Innovation Analysts recently looked into emerging technologies and up-and-coming startups working on solutions for the engineering sector. As there is a large number of startups working on a wide variety of solutions, we decided to share our insights with you. This time, we are taking a look at 5 promising Cryogenic Engineering startups.

Heat Map: 5 Top Cryogenic Engineering Startups

For our 5 top picks, we used a data-driven startup scouting approach to identify the most relevant solutions globally. The Global Startup Heat Map below highlights 5 interesting examples out of 85 relevant solutions. Depending on specific needs, your top picks might look entirely different.

 

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Which startups develop the other 80 solutions?

 

Kiutra – Cryostat Magnets

Compared to resistive and permanent magnets, superconducting cryogenic magnet systems allow for setting extremely high current density, paired with low electrical resistance, as well as an intense and stable magnetic field. This unique condition helps maintain cryogenic temperatures within industrial and research environments and facilitates better thermal isolation from room temperatures. German startup Kiutra manufactures cryogen-free superconducting magnets for cryostats in general research, quantum, and detector applications. They apply multi-stage magnetic refrigeration, closed-cycle pre-cooling, and direct magnetic control to constantly sustain at very low temperatures.

Applied Cryo Technologies – Cryotanks

Cryogenic tanks aim to minimize the storage and maintenance costs of liquid gases and fuels in chemical, metal processing, and manufacturing industries. Engineered with a very dense structure, advanced coating, and a vacuum environment, these storage vessels minimize radiative heat transfer and are easy to transport across long distances and in tough weather conditions. The US-based startup Applied Cryo Technologies produces containers and mobile storage facilities for liquified natural gas (LNG) and cryogenic gases. High vacuum conditions and a super-insulated structure enable efficient and safe operations while extending product longevity.

P3 Technologies – Cryogenic Pumps

Cryogenic pumps serve the needs of transmitting cryogenic liquids between containers or points of use with minimal heat leak and at exceedingly low temperatures and high speed. Besides, they create clean vacuum conditions that decrease the chances of contaminating the internal pumping system and the evaporation of liquids. The US-based startup P3 Technologies develops high-speed rotating cryopumps and cryogenic turbopumps for rocket and military applications. Using a combination of advanced physics in aerospace design, conjugate heat transfer, and fluid dynamics, P3 cryopumps enable rapid transfer of liquid methane, liquid oxygen, and rocket propellants.

Intelline – Cryogenic Coolers

Unlike cryostats, cryocoolers maintain very low temperatures in addition to actively cooling objects to cryogenic temperatures. They utilize the properties of thermodynamic cycles to provide regular cooling for the needs of semiconductors, military, police, and environmental applications. Canadian startup Intelline creates tailor-made scalable cryogenic coolers with proprietary layered geometry of pulse tube cold heads. The combination of a functional linear compressor without moving parts in the pulse tubes leads to increased endurance and effectiveness of the entire cryocooling system.

Delft Circuits – Cryogenic Cables

In extreme circumstances of cryogenic engineering, proper cabling plays an important role. Cryo cables ensure high conductivity, enhanced insulation, adequate strength, and flexibility in quantum computing, research, and industrial instruments. Dutch startup Delft Circuits manufactures cryogenic cables with strengthened flexibility in terms of crowded settings, bending, and thermal cycles. Their solution enables high durability and reliability on the basis of superconducting circuits and is beneficial for quantum computing applications.

What About The Other 80 Solutions?

While we believe data is key to creating insights it can be easy to be overwhelmed by it. Our ambition is to create a comprehensive overview and provide actionable innovation intelligence for your Proof of Concept (PoC), partnership, or investment targets. The 5 startups showcased above are promising examples out of 85 we analyzed for this article. To identify the most relevant solutions based on your specific criteria and collaboration strategy, get in touch.

 

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