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A machined liner ready for fitting – Peter Zabek

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Liquid nitrogen is added to the bath with the cylinder liner in – Peter Zabek

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As the liquid nitrogen boils off, the liner starts to shrink – Peter Zabek

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The liner is then carefully lifted from the tank – Peter Zabek

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…..and quickly insterted into the centre cylinder – Peter Zabek

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Once in place the liner starts to expand to form an interference fit with the cylinder wall – Peter Zabek

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With one done, the next liner is prepared for the bath – Peter Zabek

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The liner is checked for size – Peter Zabek

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… and then manoevered to the next cylinder to be treated – Peter Zabek

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Job done!  Another one in place – Peter Zabek

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The final liner is lifted into the bath – Peter Zabek

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Job complete!  All three new liners are in place – Peter Zabek

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The Bryn Engineering team responsible – Peter Zabek

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The whole crew who completed this tricky task – Peter Zabek