A low‐temperature facility to be used in applied research and development of cryogenic products, particularly those involving the application of liquid hydrogen, is to be constructed in Davenport, Iowa, by the Pioneer‐Central Division of the Bendix Corporation. The Bendix Cryogenic Development Laboratory will be under the direction of Thomas Flynn and will be equipped for the study of liquid‐state gases at temperatures as low as −459 °F. It will be operated in conjunction with a liquid‐oxygen research facility which has been maintained by the company for nearly 18 years.

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