Image Multistage Axial Fan
Image Measurements on ceiling mounted cooling systems
Image Free Cooling by Circuit of Refrigerant
Image Low Temperature Tribology
Image Solar-electric Cooling
Image Laughing gas as an alternativ refrigerant for R-23
Image Helium extraction from natural gas
Image Solar Cooling
Image Prüflabor Wärmepumpen at ILK Dresden
Image Optimization of pharmaceutical freezing processes
Image Hydrogen test area at ILK Dresden
Image Membrane-based Air Conditioning
Image Components for Cold Storage Systems
Image Natural gas vehicle for long distances
Image DIN EN ISO 14903 (EN 16084) Refrigeration systems and heat pumps
Image Thermal engines

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Cryogenics and Low Temperature Physics

Priorities of Research & Development and Services

Within the ILK main department Cryogenics and Low Temperature Physics cryocoolers, millikelvin cooling systems and cryogenic components are developed. Furthermore material properties under low temperatures are researched. In addition the cryopreservation of biosystems and applications for the cryomedicine are investigated.

The department manufactures non-metallic cryostats and thermomechanical pumps without moving parts for superfluid helium. Furthermore its offer services like the investigation of components or physical measurements such as the determination of thermal material properties under low temperatures, leakage and temperature cycling tests.

The interdisciplinary team of engineers and physicists, supported by technicians and laboratory assistants, covers the following fields.

Cryogenics

  • Cryocooler (pulse tube principle)
  • Cryostats, mainly glass fibre reinforced cryostats
  • Cryogenic components
  • Design and testing of special cryo systems
  • Calibration of low temperature sensors
  • Cryogenic liquid pumps (in situ solutions)

Low Temperature Physics

  • Thermal engines
  • Material properties under low temperatures
  • Sensor technology under low temperatures
  • Low temperature surface analysis
  • Millikelvin cooling systems (cryogen free)
  • Hydrogen technology

Life Sciences

  • Application of low temperatures in medicine
  • Cryopreservation of biosystems
  • Development of 3D collagen scaffolds
  • Designing of cryoprotocols
  • Freezing and Storing Biopharmaceuticals
  • Food cooling
  • Investigation of biomaterials
  • Vitrification

Contact

Institut für Luft- und Kältetechnik - Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH
Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 20, 01309 Dresden


Secretary to the Management

+49-351-4081-520

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