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Taylor-Wharton Announces Release of New Toro Line of Animal Artificial Insemination Products
Date:1/23/2013

Theodore, AL (PRWEB) January 23, 2013

Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LCC announced today its new Toro product line of artificial insemination (AI) products from its CryoScience business unit. This rugged unit, built for durability, provides longer hold times at cryogenic temperatures (-196°C) for cattle breeders who need to hold bovine sperm for an extended period of time.

The Toro line debuted in a sneak preview at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin, in October 2012. Kirk Waddey, CryoScience Product Manager, was there to introduce the Toro line to the public.

“The customers stated that the TXT24 provides the advance features they need in the AI industry, while maintaining a competitive price point. They were specifically interested in the additional savings they would see with the more than 250 days of static holding time," he said.

The new, lightweight, ribbed aluminum exterior construction and magneformed joints provide the new TXT24 with maximum structural integrity. It is designed and fabricated to the most stringent specifications and the highest quality requirements. Taylor-Wharton is providing a five year warranty on the vacuum of this refrigerator.

Andy Pazahanick, Vice President and General Manager of CryoScience, said, “We are extremely excited to release the new TXT24 and show our renewed dedication to providing quality cryogenic vessels and serving the needs of the AI market.”

The TXT24 is available now for purchase through Taylor-Wharton’s customer service department. For more information about the new line, email toro(at)taylorwharton(dot)com.

About Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics

Based in Theodore, Alabama, Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics LLC manufactures state-of-the-art CryoScience by Taylor-Whartontm equipment ranging from 1.5 liters to the largest LABS freezer that holds up to 94,200 vials. A complete line of CryoScience laboratory inventory control
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