SHI Cryogenics Group, a global manufacturer that includes the Cryogenics Division of Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. and the former APD Cryogenics, delivers innovative solutions to the semiconductor, research, optical coating, and medical industries.
With offices in Japan, Europe and the United States, it has been producing quality cryogenic equipment for nearly 50 years. SHI Cryogenics Group serves its customers with facilities around the world, while its renowned engineering departments in the United States and Japan continue to focus on the latest cryogenics technologies, including innovative cryopump and cryocooler designs.
In addition to cryopumps and both 4K and 10K cryocoolers, SHI Cryogenics Group manufactures pulse tubes, shield coolers and laboratory cryostats. As always, customers benefit from performance reliability, leading edge technology and a global sales and support network.
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