An interview with Hugh Reynolds, Co-Founder and Technical Director of Fabrum, a world leader in cryogenic systems. Their cryocoolers, composite storage tanks and liquid gas generation systems are used in wide range of applications that include industrial cryogenics, animal husbandry, lightweight space applications, copper & superconducting electric motors, and hydrogen fuel systems. These have vast space related applications.
In the past Hugh has worked in metal processing industries and composites manufacturing. He holds a B.E. in Mechanical engineering from the University of Canterbury.
In this interview, we are going to learn about Hugh's career co-founding Fabrum along with fellow Electrical engineer Christopher Boyle, and the many applications of its pioneering technology that can open up long term, sustainable operations in space and other planets. Fabrum's pioneering cryogenic solutions is on a critical path for laying out the foundation for producing clean energy such as green hydrogen for sustainable living on Earth, and off planet.
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