For more than 45 years, Ebara Cryodynamics™ has been designing custom-engineered products for the liquefied gas industry, for a wide variety of marine and land-based applications. Through years of experience and continuous design improvements, Cryodynamics has established itself as the premier manufacturer of cryogenic pumps and expanders, worldwide. Through all of the natural cycles and changes in the LNG industry, Cryodynamics has maintained its focus on continuous engineering and the development of cryogenic pumps and expanders, because that is what we do best.
In 1994, the corporate headquarters and test stand were relocated to Sparks, Nevada, USA. In 1998, just four years later, Cryodynamics made history with their first expander shipment to Sur, Oman.
Making history again in 2002, Cryodynamics shipped the world’s first two-phase cryogenic expander to Odolanow, Poland. In 2007, Cryodynamics expanded its manufacturing facility to include the new Motor Manufacturing Division. Construction and change continued into 2008 with the establishment of Cryodynamics Test Facility, which continues to be one of the largest and most sophisticated liquefied gas test platforms in the world. In 2010, the acquisition of the local Nevada business, Hood Machine (now Hood EIC LLC.), added more equipment, personnel, and resources to the growing demands on Cryodynamics busy manufacturing facility. In 2011, Cryodynamics expanded its new Vista Boulevard location to include the Hood-EIC facility, outbound warehouse, and corporate office to better coordinate the various areas of the Sparks, NV, based headquarters.