september 28, 2018: major dc report
irap report on deep cryogenics
The most comprehensive summary report on Deep Cryogenics, funded by NRC IRAP, was just released. Authored by Dr. Kevin Plucknett, associate Dean of Research at Dalhousie University, the report confirms the wear and corrosion improvement of DC and summarizes the challenges and opportunities of DC across multiple industries.
September 24, 2018; dci at dalhousie
dCI promotes engineering DEPT
DCI has sponsored a Dalhousie Capstone project for 4 engineering students. They will build a gouging abrasion tester, conforming to ASTM G81, for oil sands test applications. Jack Cahn will be the industry liaison on this program.
august 16, 2018: DCI Wins vc award
energia ventures funds dci
Deep Cryogenics International was awarded $70,000 by Fredericton, NB investment group Energia Ventures. One of only 6 firms chosen in North America, DCI President Jack Cahn will attend a 13 week on-site incubation in NB in preparation for future Round A funding.
July 6, 2018: DCI wins Technology funding
deep cryogenics awarded grant
Deep Cryogenics was awarded a $45,000 grant by Innovacorp -ACOA in Halifax, Nova Scotia. With Linda and Jack is Andy Fillmore, Member of Parliament and Hugh MacKay, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia.
June 20, 201: DCI at Global Petroleum Show
DCI at GPS in Calgary, Alberta
Monterey Bay Geologist Rick Schuster and DCI President Jack Cahn (right) in Calgary, Alberta. DCI attended the Global Petroleum Show to connect with oil field services companies.
June 18, 2018: DCI IN canada
deep cryogenics in Nova Scotia
We are now open in the Atlantic Maritimes: Our address is 5266 Highway 329 Hubbards, NS B0J1T0. Our new phone number is (902) 329-5466. Our web address is still: www.deepcryogenics.com
May 4, 2018: dci capital acquisition
deep cryogenics buys new tank
DCI President Jack Cahn has purchased a new DC tank from Applied Cryogenics in Burlington, MA. With a 22"x 34" capacity to treat up to 1,500 lbs, this tank will be used for scientific R&D and small scale DC treatment of customer items.
DCI will begin construction of the world's largest DC tank in November 2018. At 10' x 10' x 40' and holding up to 325,000 pounds, it will be 75X larger than existing equipment and the only machine capable of treating O&G, power generation, mining, industrial forgings and large marine components.
April 26, 2018: DCI talk at nrc workshop
deep cryogenics in canada
DCI President Jack Cahn will discuss DC treatment solutions to reduce wear and corrosion on mining assets at a workshop of the NRC Mining Materials Wear and Corrosion Consortium on June 6, 2018 in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada.
April 15, 2018: Cryogenic research articles
deep cryogenics international
Deep Cryogenic International links to the CSA Treatment Database https://www.cryogenictreatmentdatabase.org/ DCI President Jack Cahn contributes to DC materials research.
march 28, 2018: Canadian grant
DEEP CRYOGENICS & DALHOUSIE U.
Deep Cryogenics International is collaborating with Dr. Kevin Plucknett at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia on an NRC-IRAP grant to roadmap deep cryogenics across Canada.
march 6, 2018: DCI Science advisor
deep cryogenics sme, lecturer
Dr. Rob Thornton, PE and Lecturer at University of Leicester, UK, has joined Deep International as a Science Advisor. Dr. Thornton is a Subject Matter Expert in deep cryogenics. https://www.linkedin.com/in/robthornton1/
February 28, 2018: DCI External Advisor
former top scientist at tenaris
Dr. Teresa Perez, former principal scientist at Tenaris and currently with TEP Consulting, has joined Deep Cryogenics International as an External Advisor. Dr. Perez is a world recognized O&G SME in corrosion and metallurgy. https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresa-perez-b4418867/
February 26, 2018: DCI Science advisor
former chief scientist at shell
Dr. Sergio Kapusta, former chief scientist at Shell and current engineering professor at Rice University, has joined Deep Cryogenics International as Chief Materials Science Advisor. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergio-kapusta-5aa31b16/
February 20, 2018: o&G incubation
DCI Invited to pitch at ogtc
Deep Cryogenics International was selected to pitch at OGTC's Tech X accelerator in Aberdeen, Scotland on 3/7/18. The opportunity is for a sought-after, funded UK incubation. https://theogtc.com/media-centre/news/2018/tech-start-ups-vying-to-be-a-techx-pioneer/
February 2, 2018: international Status
dci opens a Canadian office
Deep Cryogenics International is now an Extra-Provincial Canadian Corporation listed in the Nova Scotia Registry of Joint Companies. Our Registry ID is 3314475.
October 17, 2017: deep cryogenics Database
material application program
DCI has developed a material improvement computer application that links DC treatment protocols to measured levels of improvement in steel alloys.
September 21, 2017: DNV-GL and DCI
O&G DC Process qualification
Deep Cryogenics International and DNV-GL are in discussion to process-qualify deep cryogenic treatment of low-carbon alloy steel for O&G pipeline application.
September 6, 2017: Full Patent FILING
USPTO # 15/696,757
On 9/6/17, Jack Cahn filed a non-provisional patent for Deep Cryogenic Treatment of Blowout Preventer Items. DC will reduce the catastrophic failure of BOP internal components, bolts and fasteners by 30-70%. Potential customers include GE, Cameron, Varco and Schlumberger.
August 1, 2017: Patent Issued
USPto # 9,721,258
On 8/1/17, the USPTO issued a full patent to Jack Cahn for the first and only standards-based means to authenticate, test and certify deep cryogenic treatment on metal and metal-matrix items. https://patents.google.com/patent/US9721258B2/en?oq=+9%2c721%2c258
June 17, 2017: Full Patent FILING
USPTO # 15/626,102
On 6/17/17, Jack Cahn filed a non-provisional patent for Authentication, Testing and Certification of Additive Manufactured Items and Cryogenically Processed Additive Manufactured Items.
May 31, 2017: NEW Patent FILING
USPTO # 62/512,771
On 5/31/17, Jack Cahn filed a patent for Deep Cryogenic Treatment of Metal-Matrix Armor — the use of DC to reduce the physical impact effect on steel from blast, penetration or collision. Applications are industrial and military.
May 18, 2017: NEW Patent FILING
USPTO # 62/507,821
On 5/18/17, Jack Cahn filed a patent for a Large Format Deep Cryogenic Treatment Facility. The lack of scale-up equipment for industrial application has been a key limiting factor for widespread use of DC.
May 15, 2017: Scientific Article Posted
Deep Cryogenics Tech Briefing
DCI founder Jack Cahn gave this presentation at Draper Labs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The audience consisted of academics, material scientists and program managers. https://www.scribd.com/document/370873474/10-30-12-Deep-Cryogenics-International-Tech-Briefing