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Gas enabled solutions to help you succeed

Whether you are looking to freeze, chill, package under a modified atmosphere (MAP), inert your oils or anything in-between, our Freshline® food solutions offer you high-purity gases and equipment, international supply capability and, most importantly, unmatched industry experience, innovation and technical support to help you succeed, just about anywhere in the world.

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Safety and Reliability

Whether you need microbulk, liquid bulk or on-site gas generation, we guarantee you a safe and reliable supply

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Compliance

Our food grade gases and equipment comply with all relevant local legislation and best practices

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Expert Advice

With over 60 years of experience in the food industry, our experts, engineers and scientists are on hand to help you

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Innovation

R&D is part of our DNA. We are constantly working on new solutions to help you meet the food industry's evolving needs

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Food Industry Manager, Americas
Scott Robertson

Food Industry Manager, Americas

What should I look for in a supplier of cryogenic freezing systems?

Consider three criteria: 1, Equipment, 2. Cryogen Supply, and 3. Services 

  1. Equipment - Work with a supplier who understands your product and process.  They should have access to a food lab for product testing to ensure the right size and type of equipment.  You should request details about equipment safety, cleaning, sanitizing and maintenance.
      
  2. Cryogen Supply - Make sure the supplier has enough production capacity and is near your facility.  A network of production facilities will also help to ensure consistent, reliable cryogen supply. 
      
  3. Services - The best supplier will have the ability to assist you with equipment optimization, maintenance, troubleshooting, spare parts and safety programs.  Cryogenic freezing systems are easy to operate but require expertise for initial calibration.  This is something that low-cost vendors may not always provide.  
    When possible, consider sourcing equipment and cryogens from the same company. Those companies seek long-term relationships and provide ongoing support and service with the convenience of a single point of contact.
 

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