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Pyrocontrole goes into space!

Pyrocontrole has won a contract with the Air Liquide Group for the ELA4 Kourou Project (French Guiana), which covers manufacturing of the Ariane 6 launcher. Pyrocontrole's Pt100 and Pt1000 sensors are integrated into the Ariane 6 launcher's various oxygen and hydrogen circuits.

With its subsidiary Air Liquide Advanced Technologies and Euro Cryospace, Air Liquide is involved in every phase for the cryotechnical tanks of the launchers for the Ariane programme, from their design through to their integration in the systems. Particularly proactive in its search for advanced technologies alongside the CNES (French National Space Research Centre)and the ESA (European Space Agency), Air Liquide has contributed to all the successive versions of the launcher, from Ariane 1 to Ariane 5. 

To ensure that this adventure continues, with its partners, Air Liquide imagines and designs orientations for improvement which will still have their place in future launches. Pyrocontrole is part of the team with its Pt100 and Pt1000 probes from its Nuclear range which complies with a large number of physical and chemical constraints.

Pyrocontrole's collaboration with the Air Liquide Group for the ELA4 Kourou Project reflects the quality of Pyrocontrole's sensors and probes and acknowledgement of the excellence of the equipment which it offers cutting-edge industries such as the Aerospace and Nuclear sectors.
This partnership is the result of a strategy of constant innovation to continue pushing back the technological limits.