ProNova’s first SC360 Proton Therapy system is now successfully treating cancer patients! The cryogen-free superconducting achromats in the system were designed and manufactured by Cryomagnetics. See the following Press Release: Provision Healthcare Introduces a Major Advancement in the Care of Cancer Patients and Treats First Patients at the Provision CARES Cancer Center Using ProNova’s Innovative […]
Navigate to the following YouTube link for a video overview demonstrating the ease of configuration and operation of the Model 4G Four Quadrant Superconducting Power Supply. The Model 4G represents our “4th Generation” of power supplies optimized for the high inductive loads associated with superconducting magnet operation. Over the years, Cryomagnetics has refined power supply […]
Cryomagnetics has been recognized by the Greater Knoxville Business Journal as being among the leading Technology companies in the Knoxville Region. Selected as thirteenth of the listed top 20 companies, Cryomagnetics has experienced tremendous growth due to our innovative product line, engineering and product demand. Cryomagnetics is a premier manufacturer of superconducting magnets, systems, […]
Knoxville New Sentinel Article:”ProNova’s Global Expansion Starts Here”
Published, May 31, 2015
Walking onto a catwalk overlooking the expansive manufacturing floor at ProNova Solutions’ new Research and commercialization facility in Blount County, Joe Matteo smiles, declaring they were going to place a “wow” sticker on the railing.
Cryomagnetics’ is acknowledged for it’s role in the co-development of the superconducting magnets used in the latest generation of cancer treatment equipment.
In order to best support our customers, Cryomagnetics is proud to announce that starting January 1, 2015 all new products will carry an industry leading two (2) year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Cryomagnetics for many years have offered the finest Superconducting Magnets, Magnet Systems and supporting Accessories available. By extending the warranty […]
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Cryomagnetics purchases and takes complete ownership of R&D Tectonics Release Date: October 1, 2003 Cryomagnetics, Inc. a manufacturer of superconductive magnets, cryogenic systems, and related electronic instrumentation announces the purchase of R&D Tectonics (R&D), a precision machining company located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. All former employees of R&D have been welcomed to the Cryomagnetics family. […]
Cryomagnetics has successfully installed a large bore, 9.4T, actively-shielded superconducting magnet system for Ion Cyclotron Resonance (ICR) research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. This system is used in conjunction with mass spectrometry equipment manufactured by the IonSpec Corporation. As a world leading manufacturer of superconducting magnet systems for ICR, Cryomagnetics once again sets a […]
2000 Tibbetts Awardee! Cryomagnetics was honored in Washington D.C. on October 3rd, 2000 with a U.S. Small Business Administration Tibbetts Award. The program included a reception at the Hotel Washington, breakfast at the White House, and a Capital Hill Reception. Various officials from the Small Business Administration and elected officials attended the festivities. The Tibbetts […]
Cryomagnetics continues their ground breaking development in liquid cryogen-free superconducting magnet systems. The system pictured above was recently delivered to Communications and Power Industries (CPI). CPI’s Microwave Power Products is the world’s leading manufacturer of helix TWTs, klystrons, gyrotrons, coupled cavity TWT’s, microwave power modules (MPMs), and high power transmitters. The superconducting magnet system is […]
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Two recent examples of how Cryomagnetics’ turn-key superconducting magnet systems can aid researchers in making important discoveries can be found in issues of Scientific American. In the April, 1998 issue, an article featuring Dr. Greg Tarle’ and Dr. Simon P. Swordy’s research on Cosmic Antimatter was written. Dr. Tarle’ is a professor of Physics at […]
On July 10, 2005, the Suzaku (formerly Astro-E2) spacecraft successfully launched from the Uchinoura Space Center in Japan. Suzaku is a collaborative project between the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA), and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Suzaku is an astronomy spacecraft used to monitor X-rays emitted by stars, galaxies, and black holes. To complete its […]