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Thread: Sick of paying for ln2? Buy and Ln2 generator..................OR NOT XD

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    Sick of paying for ln2? Buy and Ln2 generator..................OR NOT XD

    Dear Allen,

    Thank you for your interest in Cryomech?s equipment.
    The standard list prices for the LNP?s (including all recommended equipment) are as follows:

    http://www.cryomech.com/liquidnitrogenplants.php

    Water Cooled:
    LNP10 $39,700
    LNP20 $50,770
    LNP40 $55,970



    Air Cooled:
    LNP10 $42,430
    LNP20 $53,500
    LNP40 $60,120



    Please note that these prices do not include packing/handling/documentation or freight charges.



    Cryomech offers personalized training at our plant in Syracuse, NY U.S.A. free of charge with the purchase of an LNP. The training takes 1 ? days. The customer is responsible for the technician?s travel, hotel accommodations and meals. If needed, Cryomech will assist with making the overnight accommodations.



    Note: Although Cryomech believes that the LNP?s have been designed for easy installation by onsite personnel, we offer installation by Cryomech personnel. Airfare (at going rates by common carrier); plus $1500/day including travel days.


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    LN2 is so affordable too. That's just insane.
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    So, How many full 5 gall? dewars can you buy for $39,700 ?


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    I got quoted $0.40/Per Liter for a 160L dewar after delivery and taxes, $138 a month for 1x160L

    would take 21 years not accounting for how much power that thing is going to suck, crazyness

    will see if they have any used stock, doubtful
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    You better buy a well-designed, powerful cascade instead of a LN2 generator .
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    ....and avoid being a total venting loser!

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