Superconductivity is a phenomenon of zero electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic flux fields occurring in certain materials when cooled below a characteristic critical temperature. This temperature is typcially Cryogenic (below 100K / -173°C / -280°F). This means that any superconducting application will requires some kind of cryogenic cooling system.
High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) are materials that are superconducting in a temperature range of 20 -135K.
From the first discovery of these materials (1986) DH Industries has been involved in designing and supplying cryogenic solutions for this application.
Both our brands Stirling Cryogenics and CryoZone offers equipment and know how that is needed to make these systems work. Typical applications for HTS:
Click on below logo's to be directed to the Superconductivity sections of our brands Stirling Cryogenics (Cryogenerators, crycoolers, closed loop cooling systems and cryogenic solutions) and CryoZone (CryoFans, Cryogenic Circulators, heat exchangers for cryocoolers and cryogenic liquid pumps).