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Dr. Glen McIntosh E.

Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Cryogenic Technical Services, Inc.

HQ Phone: (303) 702-0220

Cryogenic Technical Services, Inc.

164 Primrose Court

Longmont, Colorado 80501

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Fellow
Cryogenic Society of America Inc

Partner
Eden Cryogenics LLC

Technical Consultants --------------------------------------`&
Hythane Company LLC

Education

BSME

North Dakota State University

Ph.D.

Purdue University

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Management Team

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Glen McIntosh, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Technology Officer, CTS

Dr. McIntosh is a pioneer in post-1950 cryogenic engineering. He joined the (NIST) Cryogenic Engineering Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado in early 1953 and has worked full time in cryogenic technology since that time. As a team leader and individual contributor, Dr. McIntosh has been responsible for designing hydrogen refrigerators and liquefiers for a number of international high-energy physics laboratories. He is an authority on high performance cryogenic insulation and has utilized this skill in designing a wide variety of storage and transport dewars for helium, hydrogen, neon, nitrogen, oxygen, argon and LNG. Dr. McIntosh is a meticulous designer of cryogenic heat exchangers including hydrogen dewar pressurization heat exchangers for NASA launch facilities at Vandenberg and Kennedy Space Flight Centers. He has designed large hydrogen and oxygen densification heat exchangers for NASA. Dr. McIntosh has documented some of his work in approximately 75 refereed technical publications and seven patents. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado and his education includes qualification as a U. S. Naval Aviator, a BSME from North Dakota State University and Ph.D. from Purdue University with a major in heat transfer and thermodynamics.


:: Eden Cryogenics :: News

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cryogenic design and fabrication facility in Columbus Ohio, USA, manufacturing cryogenic valves, vacuum jacketed piping, components and engineered cryogenic systems, has completed the purchase of the assets and intellectual property of Cryogenic Technical Services ("CTS"), a company of which Dr. Glen E. McIntosh is President and founder.

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Dr. McIntosh established CTS more than 28 years ago as a world-leading cryogenic design and consulting company and, at the request of NASA, expanded it into specialty fabrication.
Dr. McIntosh is a world renowned authority on cryogenic engineering with more than 50 years experience in the design of a vast range of cryogenic equipment and management of low temperature technology.His work has covered many areas, including thermal and mechanical design of cryogenic dewars, thermodynamic and physical design of process equipment, cryogenic heat exchangers, mechanical and thermal design of superconducting magnet cryostats, research apparatus and other equipment.
Dr. McIntosh has authored or co-authored approximately 75 publications and been granted 7 patents involving a variety of cryogenic innovations covering multilayer insulation, storage and transport dewars and hydrogen liquefaction.
In 2005 Dr. McIntosh was only the twelfth person to receive the prestigious Samuel C. Collins Award, which was established in 1965 by the Cryogenic Engineering Conference in America, in honor of the late Samuel C. Collins, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT who's most notable invention was the modern helium liquefier.
Dr. McIntosh, whose other notable achievements include having served as President of the Cryogenic Society of America, will continue to work for CTS as its Chief Technology Officer.
In addition to Dr. McIntosh, the acquisition of the assets of CTS also brings with it the services of Mr. Ken Leonard, another world expert on cryogenic engineering.


At the 2005 CEC/ICMC conference in ...

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At the 2005 CEC/ICMC conference in Keystone CO, Dr. Glen McIntosh, President of Cryogenic Technical Services, Inc., a CSA Corporate Sustaining Member, and a columnist for Cold Facts magazine, received the CEC's prestigious Samuel Collins Award.


Cold Facts Editorial Board - Cryogenic Society of America

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Glen McIntosh, Cryogenic Technical Services


Eden will also issue company ...

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Eden will also issue company founder Glen McIntosh 300,000 options in the company over a three year period, as wll as giving him a royalty on 3 per cent of all production generated revenues.

The full text of a company announcement is pasted below
Eden, through its wholly owned US subsidiary, Eden Cryogenics LLC, which operates a cryogenic design and fabrication facility in Columbus Ohio, USA, manufacturing cryogenic valves, jackets and other components, has completed the purchase of the assets and intellectual property of Cryogenic Technical Services ("CTS"), a company of which Dr. Glen E. McIntosh is President and founder.Cryogenic storage capability of hydrogen is important to Eden as it completes its technology package related to the production, storage and use of hydrogen.
Dr. McIntosh established CTS more than 28 years ago as a world-leading cryogenic design and consulting company and, at the request of NASA, expanded it into specialty fabrication.
Dr. McIntosh is a world renowned authority on cryogenic engineering with more than 50 years experience in the design of a vast range of cryogenic equipment and management of low temperature technology.His work has covered many areas, including thermal and mechanical design of cryogenic dewars, thermodynamic and physical design of process equipment, cryogenic heat exchangers, mechanical and thermal design of superconducting magnet cryostats, research apparatus and other equipment.
Dr. McIntosh has authored or co-authored approximately 75 publications and been granted 7 patents involving a variety of cryogenic innovations covering multilayer insulation, storage and transport dewars and hydrogen liquefaction.
In 2005 Dr. McIntosh was only the twelfth person to receive the prestigious Samuel C. Collins Award, which was established in 1965 by the Cryogenic Engineering Conference in America, in honour of the late Samuel C. Collins, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at MIT whose most notable invention was the modern helium liquefier.
Dr. McIntosh, whose other notable achievements include having served as President of the Cryogenic Society of America, will continue to work for CTS as its Chief Technology Officer.
In addition to Dr. McIntosh, the acquisition of the assets of CTS also brings with it the services of Mr Ken Leonard, another world expert on cryogenic engineering.
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The total cost for the acquisition of the assets of CTS was US$200,000 plus the commitment to issue to Dr. McIntosh, over a three year period, 300,000 options to acquire shares in Eden Energy Ltd, pursuant to the Eden Energy Employee Share Option Plan.
Dr. McIntosh will also receive a royalty of 3% of the production generated revenues to be derived from the commercialisation of the various designs and inventions made by Dr. McIntosh which Eden has acquired.

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