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Cryogenic STORAGE TANKS

Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon in Liquid form at cryogenic temperatures is stored by customers in tanks before further use

Customisable | 3160 litre - 61620 litre

Standard Vertical Orientation Tank | Less Space required


At FINSEN RITTER, pressure ratings and sizes of these tanks have been standardised in accordance with the distribution logistics and economical series production.

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STANDARD VACUUM INSULATED TANKS

Vacuum Insulated double wall tanks, an austenitic steel inner tank and an outer jacket in carbon steel with an anti-corrosion primer along with a special environment-friendly top coat.

Interspace between tanks is filled with insulating powder (perlite). An adsorbent is also added to maintain vacuum in the interspace.

STANDARD TANKS COME IN GROSS NOMINAL WATER CAPACITIES from 3160 litre to 61620 litre

Maximum Allowable Working Pressure for inner vessels is 18, 22 or 36 bar gauge for design temperatures ranging from -196°C to 20°C.

SPECIAL FEATURE :

Each Tank can also be equipped with a tank-mounted (clip on) air-heated vaporiser to supply product in gaseous form at ambient temperatures and flow rate upto 120Nm3/hr.

PROCESS

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Features

STANDARD VACUUM INSULATED TANKS

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ERGONOMICAL DESIGN

Tank Controls and Instruments are set in two lines :

Operation Line

Service Line

Weather Protection for instruments

APPLICATIONS

Cryogenic Tanks finds applications for all your Storage Needs

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PROPELLANT SYSTEM

Liquid Oxygen

FREEZING & TRANSPORT FOODS

Liquid Nitrogen

SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY

Liquid Argon | As a Purge Gas

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Welding

Utilise compressed Oxygen

Cryogenics

Liquid Nitrogen : Study of effect of very cold temperatures on materials

SPECIAL COLOR EFFECTS | BULBS

Argon filling

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