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Mills, Cryogenic

Definition : Mills designed for grinding at a very low (i.e., cryogenic) temperature, usually below -180 degrees C (-292 degrees F). These mills typically consist of an electrically powered device in which the grinding container is continuously cooled with a liquefied gas (e.g., nitrogen); the liquid nitrogen circulates from a cooling system that keeps the material being ground at an appropriate, stable cryogenic temperature. Cryogenic mills are used in healthcare facilities to grind a variety of laboratory and/or pharmaceutical products (e.g., chemicals, tablets, tissue) keeping the volatile components intact; they may be also used to grind small quantities of bone for dental and/or orthopedic use.

Entry Terms : "Cryogenic Mills" , "Dental Mills" , "Milling Units, Cryogenic"

UMDC code : 26861

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Howard Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

Howard Industries, Inc. is a leader in the custom chemical processing industry. Howard's sales, customer support, and manufacturing teams combine to offer a full range of specialty processing including fine milling, blending, drying, classification, and packaging as well as many other processes.

REFLEX Analytical Corp

Company Type: Parent

Throughout our history, REFLEX Analytical Corporation has received considerable attention as the low-cost, high value provider of spectroscopy accessories and supplies. While such accolades are gratifying, we are most proud, not of our low operating expenses or the comprehensive nature of our product line, but of the sterling reputation created by our customers. This prevails opportunity to thank you, our customers, for your loyalty and consideration. Our mission statement remains intact as we look forward to "Serving you across the Spectrum" in the years ahead.

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