Liquid Nitrogen Generator

Make yourself independent for the production of liquid nitrogen by freeing you from the burden of containers, producing it locally according to your needs.


“Brew” your own liquid nitrogen

“Drafting” your own high-quality liquid nitrogen, anywhere, anytime. On site liquid nitrogen generation is extremely easy. Experience first-hand the convenience of having the generator in your lab without delivery hassles. Never run out of liquid nitrogen.
Vapors released by liquid nitrogen, due to its very low boiling point (-196,79°C) that instantly transforms it into gaseous state in contact with air, attract everyone’s curiosity but you must not be tricked as it can be very dangerous if not properly handled.
First liquefied at the Jagiellonian University on April 15, 1883 by Polish physicists, Zygmunt Wróblewski and Karol Olszewski, the liquid nitrogen has seen constant and unstoppable use in countless fields.
The LNG10 was designed and developed for small/medium volume users offering safer and more efficient alternative to deliveries.

6 Good reasons to choose
LabTech Liquid Nitrogen Generator

Best by performancedurabilitysafety and design


Extremely easy to use

Error-free and time saving


Long durability

Low noise level

Lab workers comfort

Built-in oxygen analyzer with alarm

Safety for the workers and the lab

Unique interlock safety system

Accident prevention

Switchable voltage

Extreme flexibility


Main Applications

Cells (tumor, white blood, lymphocytes, platelets, bone marrow)


Cryopreservation of biological samples (e.g. organs, tissues, human and animal semen, fertilized eggs)


Cryotherapy (e.g. removal of skin abnormalities)


Bacteria, virus manipulation


Superconductivity coolant

Livestock industries (cattle branding)


Industries of different kinds (shrink-welding, CCD cameras, NMR spectrometers and MRI systems, high-field superconducting magnets, spacecraft thermal testing, shielding materials from oxygen exposure, controlled-evaporation or very low temperature reaction processes in chemistry, injecting nitrogen just before sealing or capping bottles or containers, freezing and transport of food products)

Cryogenic insulation in oil industry (e.g. to freeze water and oil pipes when a valve is not available to block fluid flow to the work area)

Avant-garde and molecular cuisine or gastronomy (instant freezing, ice cream, liquid nitrogen cocktails “cauldron effect”, food experiments and preparation)


Cooking schools

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