We are the leading provider of cryogenic training worldwide, having offered quality education, training, and consulting for 45 years. Educating and training small scale and large cryogenic technologies, our library of course material is unrivaled, and we can build courses to custom-suit your company's needs and goals. CRYOCO has worked on cryocoolers for space applications since that technology was launched into orbit in the 1970s. Our company has also managed the cryogenic fluids and propulsion launch support system for the NASA U.S. Manned Space Program, supporting Space Shuttle and the Space Launch System that will bring future generations to Mars. We have also supported every major private space endeavor with on-site training courses. We help manufacturers keep personnel knowledgeable on cryogenics, assist them in reviewing design changes, perform facility inspections, and offer expert cryogenic consulting, especially regarding safety.
Our training courses are all in-person classroom-style. We currently are not any offering on-line or remote learning. We expect to offer online courses in 2026.
Our most popular course is the public open-registration Cryogenic Annual 5-Day Summer Course, presented in Golden, Colorado in August each year.
On-Site Courses: We offer on-site cryogenic training in any course of your choosing that can be held at your facility on a schedule that works best for your staff.
Our course instructors are fully knowledgeable in ASME Codes and Standards for PVC Section VIII, Div 1 and Div 2, Pressure Vessel construction and ANSI/ASME B31.3 Process Piping. Fully compliant to OSHA, U.S. Federal HCS, and CFR1910, we offer comprehensive training including resourceful film and photo archives.
CRYOCO LLC provides training for the development of technical capability related to cryogenic applications in commercial, industrial, medical, aerospace, food processing, pharmaceutical, and all other industries.
As new markets arise and more cryogenic applications proliferate, practical training is needed to meet these demands and ensure business success.
To build technical capabilities, the related key aspects of safety, processes, equipment, product development, marketing, and education of both customers and suppliers are addressed.
Our sole service is cryogenic training. We do not market products or services offered by ourselves or others at our courses. We focus on the needs of our customers to receive increased knowledge of cryogenics methods and applications.
If your company or organization would like to have an on-site course at your facility during dates that work best for your staff, we will travel to your location and offer the course that best suits your needs.
Hydrogen, Aerospace, Medical, Launch Systems, National Labs, LNG Industry, Commercial Energy entities, and for any cryogenic application: LO2, LN2, LAR, LH2, LHe, and LNG. For course descriptions, please see our "Courses" page. Call or email to schedule a course or for a price sheet.
Cryogenics is a branch of physics and engineering involving the production and effects of very low temperatures. The word originates from the Greek words 'kryos' meaning "frost" and 'genic' meaning "to produce” (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)). Over the years, the term “cryogenics” has been used to refer to temperatures below approximately -150 C (120 K (-243 °F)) down to Absolute Zero (0 Kelvin / -459 F). This is a logical dividing line, since the normal boiling points of the presumed permanent gases (such as helium, hydrogen, neon, nitrogen, oxygen, and normal air) lie below −120 °C of the common Freon refrigerants and other mixtures.
Extremely cold temperatures can alter the chemical properties of various materials, and liquid gases at or below -150° C can be used to freeze materials. A cryogenic environment is created when a gas begins to liquefy.
The field of cryogenics can be used in a variety of ways: to produce cryogenic fields for rockets, MRI machines, food storage, special effects, cryosurgery (using very cold temperatures to remove tissue or tumors), tissue and blood sample storage, and cooling superconductors. “Cryotherapy” is a new trend, which involves people being exposed to cryogenic fluids for several minutes in order to supposedly reduce inflammation and pain and improve energy levels. Studies are still being done to prove the credibility and effects of this therapy.
Cryogenics is a fast-evolving field. As technology continues to advance, cryogenics will continue to develop and grow so that new applications and methods will be discovered.
Advanced Mobile Propulsion Test Facility
Argonne National Lab
Sandia National Lab
Los Alamos National Lab
Jefferson National Lab
BAE Systems Saudi Arabia
Bangham Engineering Huntsville
Blue Origin, Kent WA
Blue Origin, Van Horn TX
Cryogenic Engineering Summer Course at the Colorado School of Mines
Edwards Air Force Base AFRL
ETA Space Co.
Ferus of Canada
Generation Orbit- Atlanta
Jacobs Engineering USAF Edwards AFB AFRL 2009
Jacobs KSC TOSC
Marlin LNG- Tampa
NASA Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA Stennis Space Center
NASA Ames Research Center
NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA Johnson Space Center
NASA Marshall Space Right Center
NASA Wallops Flight Facility
Ontario Power Generation Nuclear
Pacific Gas & Electric
Rego Engineering and Valve
Sandia Natl Lab Ballistic Missile Group
Trinity De Mexico
United Launch Alliance – Denver Virtual
United Launch Alliance Canaveral AFS
USAF Vandenburg AFB 1st Air and Test Division
Virgin Galactic Mojave
Virgin Orbit Safety
Westport LNG Vancouver
Shell Hydrogen Technologies, Amsterdam