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MIRAI X CRYO

Advanced refrigeration system is tailored to meet the diverse needs of industries ranging from semiconductor manufacturing to vacuum drying and pharma applications
-160°C +90°C
Temperature range
10-20 kW
Motor power
MIRAI X CRYO
It is a new generation system, which includes all the necessary add-ons for easy operation and integration into the system process and completely eco-friendly
MIRAI XS CRYO 20
MIRAI XS CRYO 20 (MXS CRYO 20)
  • Rated Motor Power 20 kW
  • System Cooling Air Water-cooled
  • Refrigerant Natural Air
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) ±1,5 cm 94x136x179 cm
MIRAI X CRYO 10
MIRAI X CRYO 10 (MX CRYO 10)
  • Rated Motor Power 10 kW
  • System Cooling Air Water-cooled
  • Refrigerant Natural Air
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) ±1,5 cm 133x99x179 cm
MIRAI X CRYO 15
MIRAI X CRYO 15 (MX CRYO 15)
  • Rated Motor Power 15 kW
  • System Cooling Air Water-cooled
  • Refrigerant Natural Air
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) ±1,5 cm 133x99x179 cm
MIRAI X CRYO 20
MIRAI X CRYO 20 (MX CRYO 20)
  • Rated Motor Power 20 kW
  • System Cooling Air Water-cooled
  • Refrigerant Natural Air
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) ±1,5 cm 133x99x179 cm
PLUG AND PLAY
The MIRAI X CRYO machine is the ideal solution for retrofitting in existing installation and is easy to implement in new projects due to its Plug and Play design, compatible with multiple industry standard connection types.
See the MIRAI X CRYO chiller in action across various industries, from vacuum coating and semiconductor manufacturing to food processing and pharmaceuticals.
Temperature accuracy of
0.025°C
Minimal service requirements
Maintenance costs are kept to a minimum. No refrigerant leakage tests, no refrigerant purchase costs and no refrigerant replenishment. Air is supplied free of charge. Long-life, wear-resistant parts and components ensure a long service life thanks to oil-free operation.
Screen demonstration
Settings
Remote monitoring
MIRAI INTEX provides several remote monitoring options for their customers. If you're an end customer, distributor, or service provider who wants to enhance safety and increase the longevity of your projects that utilize MIRAI X CRYO machines, this solution is the perfect choice.
Support from Mirai Intex during machine’s operation and during troubleshooting
Detection and prevention of problems
Regular check-ups of machine condition and performance
Applications
category-applications
MIRAI X CRYO MACHINES APPLICATIONS
Semiconductor Testing
In semiconductor testing, cold temperatures are critical for evaluating device performance under extreme conditions. Lower temperatures can reveal hidden defects by affecting electron mobility and material properties, ensuring that semiconductors operate reliably in a wide range of environments. This testing phase is essential for identifying potential failures before mass production, guaranteeing the durability and reliability of electronic components in various applications.
Dry Etching
Dry etching is a precise technique used in microelectronics, relying on reactive gases to shape semiconductor surfaces. Cold in the temperature range from -70°C to -120°C plays a vital role, improving etching accuracy by slowing unwanted reactions, thus ensuring only targeted areas are etched. This precision is crucial for creating complex, reliable electronic devices.
Semiconductor Manufacturing
MIRAI Intex has developed a new product line, MIRAI X CRYO, designed with a temperature range from -120°C to +50°C, promising unparalleled performance and temperature accuracy for various industrial applications, especially for semiconductor manufacturing and the dry etch processes.
Lyophilization
Lyophilization, also known as freeze-drying, is a sophisticated dehydration process widely used in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and food preservation to extend the shelf life of products while maintaining their structural integrity and bioactivity. This method is particularly valuable for preserving sensitive materials like vaccines, antibiotics, and specialty foods.
Chemical Processes
Chemical processes often involve reactions that can be exquisitely sensitive to temperature changes. Cold temperatures play a crucial role in many of these processes by slowing down reaction rates, thus offering greater control over the reaction's outcome. This is particularly important in reactions that are highly exothermic, where excessive heat can lead to runaway reactions or in processes where selectivity and product purity are paramount. By carefully managing temperatures, chemists can steer reactions to favor the formation of desired products while minimizing side reactions and degradation of sensitive compounds. This level of control is indispensable in the synthesis of complex pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, and in various analytical procedures where precision and reliability are essential.
Physical Vapor Deposition
Temperatures in the application of physical vapor deposition from -140℃ to +50℃ increase the speed of vacuum processes, for which the MIRAI X CRYO machine is ideal and can be easily connected to a PVD system.
Space Equipment Testing
In space equipment testing, cold temperatures are crucial for simulating the harsh conditions of space, where equipment must perform reliably. This testing ensures that materials and components can withstand extreme cold without failing, essential for the success of space missions and the safety of astronauts.
Freezing Chambers
Freeze chambers, commonly known in scientific and industrial contexts, are crucial for preserving biological samples, such as cells and tissues, at extremely low temperatures. They play a vital role in materials science for testing the durability of materials under cold conditions and in the food industry for flash-freezing to retain freshness.
Industrial Cooling Processes
In cooling processes, cold temperatures are essential for efficiently reducing the heat in systems or materials. This is crucial for maintaining optimal operating conditions in machinery, preventing overheating, and preserving the integrity of temperature-sensitive products. Effective cooling ensures longevity and reliability across various applications, from industrial machinery to food preservation.
Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy is mainly used to relieve muscle pain, sprains and swelling after soft tissue injuries (sports) or surgery, as well as to improve recovery after sports activities. The treatment involves exposing individuals to extremely cold dry air from − 100 °C down to – 160°C for 2-4 minutes. During these exposures, individuals wear minimal clothing to maximize the effects of cryotherapy.
MIRAI X CRYO MACHINES APPLICATIONS
MIRAI X CRYO MACHINES APPLICATIONS
Semiconductor Testing
Semiconductor Testing
In semiconductor testing, cold temperatures are critical for evaluating device performance under extreme conditions. Lower temperatures can reveal hidden defects by affecting electron mobility and material properties, ensuring that semiconductors operate reliably in a wide range of environments. This testing phase is essential for identifying potential failures before mass production, guaranteeing the durability and reliability of electronic components in various applications.
Dry Etching
Dry Etching
Dry etching is a precise technique used in microelectronics, relying on reactive gases to shape semiconductor surfaces. Cold in the temperature range from -70°C to -120°C plays a vital role, improving etching accuracy by slowing unwanted reactions, thus ensuring only targeted areas are etched. This precision is crucial for creating complex, reliable electronic devices.
Semiconductor Manufacturing
Semiconductor Manufacturing
MIRAI Intex has developed a new product line, MIRAI X CRYO, designed with a temperature range from -120°C to +50°C, promising unparalleled performance and temperature accuracy for various industrial applications, especially for semiconductor manufacturing and the dry etch processes.
Lyophilization
Lyophilization
Lyophilization, also known as freeze-drying, is a sophisticated dehydration process widely used in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and food preservation to extend the shelf life of products while maintaining their structural integrity and bioactivity. This method is particularly valuable for preserving sensitive materials like vaccines, antibiotics, and specialty foods.
Chemical Processes
Chemical Processes
Chemical processes often involve reactions that can be exquisitely sensitive to temperature changes. Cold temperatures play a crucial role in many of these processes by slowing down reaction rates, thus offering greater control over the reaction's outcome. This is particularly important in reactions that are highly exothermic, where excessive heat can lead to runaway reactions or in processes where selectivity and product purity are paramount. By carefully managing temperatures, chemists can steer reactions to favor the formation of desired products while minimizing side reactions and degradation of sensitive compounds. This level of control is indispensable in the synthesis of complex pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, and in various analytical procedures where precision and reliability are essential.
Physical Vapor Deposition
Physical Vapor Deposition
Temperatures in the application of physical vapor deposition from -140℃ to +50℃ increase the speed of vacuum processes, for which the MIRAI X CRYO machine is ideal and can be easily connected to a PVD system.
Space Equipment Testing
Space Equipment Testing
In space equipment testing, cold temperatures are crucial for simulating the harsh conditions of space, where equipment must perform reliably. This testing ensures that materials and components can withstand extreme cold without failing, essential for the success of space missions and the safety of astronauts.
Freezing Chambers
Freezing Chambers
Freeze chambers, commonly known in scientific and industrial contexts, are crucial for preserving biological samples, such as cells and tissues, at extremely low temperatures. They play a vital role in materials science for testing the durability of materials under cold conditions and in the food industry for flash-freezing to retain freshness.
Industrial Cooling Processes
Industrial Cooling Processes
In cooling processes, cold temperatures are essential for efficiently reducing the heat in systems or materials. This is crucial for maintaining optimal operating conditions in machinery, preventing overheating, and preserving the integrity of temperature-sensitive products. Effective cooling ensures longevity and reliability across various applications, from industrial machinery to food preservation.
Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy is mainly used to relieve muscle pain, sprains and swelling after soft tissue injuries (sports) or surgery, as well as to improve recovery after sports activities. The treatment involves exposing individuals to extremely cold dry air from − 100 °C down to – 160°C for 2-4 minutes. During these exposures, individuals wear minimal clothing to maximize the effects of cryotherapy.