Cryogenmash is Russia’s largest operator in the production of air separation technologies and equipment, the supply of industrial gases, together with the development of comprehensive solutions for natural gas and LNG. In Russia, about 70 percent of annual technical gas production uses Cryogenmash technologies.
Production quality and safety are company priorities. Cryogenmash has required licenses from Rostekhnadzor and the Federal Space Agency and also ISO9001:2015, STO Gazprom 9001-2012, ASME and AQSIQ certificates.
Since 1946, Cryogenmash has built more than 600 cryogenic Air separation units, more than 300 membrane units and over 2000 storage units and gasifiers.
Cryogenmash is a modern, dynamically developing enterprise, with competitive products on the international market and 30 percent of Cryogenmash products are delivered for export. In 2019, Cryogenmash revenue reached 9,9 billion rubles. The company’s headquarters, with more than 1300 personnel, is in Balashikha, in the Moscow Region.
The company consolidates – the “Cryogenmash”, institute and machine building works, and “Giprokislorod”, the leading specialized design institute. The company has a representative office in China.
Cryogenmash is a member of the OMZ Group. Founded in 1996, OMZ was one of Russia’s first integrated engineering and science production companies, and later became one of the largest Russian business groups. Our strategic financial partner is Gazprombank, a leader in the Russian banking sector and one of the top three Russian banks.
Cryogenmash’s 70-year history encompasses state-scale programs and projects. The application of oxygen-converter methods for steel melting, the development of large-scale chemical processes, the creation of large systems for rockets fueled with liquid cryogenic products at domestic space centers and abroad, and innovations in superconductivity – Cryogenmash took an active part in all these enterprises.
Over the last years, Cryogenmash has implemented more than 40 large projects, developing unique equipment, updating existing industrial gas production and creating new methods. This includes:
Air Separation Plants for integrated iron-and-steel works in Magnitogorsk, Nizhny Tagil, Novolipetsk, Novokuznetsk, for Severstal and ArcelorMittal Krivoi Rog in Ukraine and ArcelorMittal Temirtau in Kazakhstan. Also for “Norilsky Nikel”, SUMZ, Almalyk GMK in Uzbekistan, Yefremov ZSK, Tomskneftekhim, Kazzinc in Kazakhstan, Gazprom and Rosneft, and the filling systems for Baikonur space center in Kazakhstan, Plesetsk and Vostochny (Russia), “Sea Launch”, SHAR (India), Kuru (French Guiana), KSLV (South Korea), hydrogen and helium systems for German, Swiss and Chinese companies, decisions for LNG in Russia, Poland and China – this is but a short list of applications for Cryogenmash technologies.
Cryogenmash manufactures the following equipment for production, processing, transportation and storage of industrial gases:
- Air Separation plants
- Membrane gas separation plants
- Pressure swing absorption plants
- Equipment for natural gas separation, purification and liquefaction
- Hydrogen and helium systems
- Cryogenic tanks, storage and gasification systems
- Transport tankers
- Cryogenic pipelines
- Equipment for rare gases production
- Equipment for launch of rocket-space systems
The industrial gases business lies at the heart of Cryogenmash development. Thanks to long experience, Cryogenmash knew it was time to offer clients a new form of cooperation – on-site gas deliveries. In the delivery agreement, Cryogenmash builds and operates the air separation plant at the customer’s site, providing industrial gases for the client.
Cryogenmash provides a complete cycle of works for the development and updating of air separation installations– from engineering, equipment manufacturing and mounting, to after-sale service, scheduled operations and specialist training in the company’s training center.
Equipment design is carried out with advanced CAD/CAM/CAE technologies, while a CATIA v5 system handles design work that can generate detailed 3D-digital models of parts and assembly units.