Ricor Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems

Ricor Cryogenic & Vacuum Systems is a world leader in the field of miniature Stirling cryogenic coolers.

Founded in 1967, Ricor is a privately held company that has accumulated vast experience in the development and manufacture of a variety of Stirling devices. With 180 employees, Ricor has a capacity of more than 10,000 Stirling devices annually.


Ricor's customers are among the leading electro-optical companies in Israel, Europe, and the United States.



firm, manages $205 million in private investments through active positions in Israeli high-growth mid-tech industries, a sector with more than 5,400 companies generating over 45% of Israel’s industrial product. Tene adds significant value through its proven hands-on involvement and creates strong relationships and provides genuine collaboration with its portfolio companies.

The highly respected Israeli economists, Ariel Halperin, Eyal Attia and Dori Brown, founded Tene in 2004. Ran Ben-Or joined the group in early 2005.