Cryogenic Storage Tank-Liquefied gases
Cryogenic storage tanks are used for the storage of liquid gas. Cryogenic liquids are typically liquefied gases at -150 °C or lower.
Common gases include oxygen, argon, nitrogen, hydrogen, and helium.
To enable all DSW customers and related industries to operate safely and grow, we make cryogenic storage tanks to meet leading safety and technical standards in storing, transporting, handling, and using industrial, food, and medical gases.
20M3 Cryogenic Storage Tank
LOX, LIN, LOX, LAR storage tank
The tanks often provide a bulk gas source for a gas supply and distribution system. Applications include metal processing, medical technology, electronics, water treatment, energy generation, and the food industry.
Cryogenic liquids are also used for low-temperature cooling applications, such as engineering shrink fitting, food freezing, and bio-sample storage.
LOX and LN2 storage tanks are designed and manufactured to a high specification following international design codes.
Inner vessels are made of austenitic stainless steel and cold stretched for selected medium / high-pressure models.
They have very efficient insulation to maintain the liquid at its cold temperature. They are available for static, mobile or transportable applications.
Static cryogenic tanks are designed for use in a fixed location. Smaller mobile tanks, mounted on wheels, are also standard within workshops and laboratories.
Cryogenic stationary tanks are generally classified as pressure vessels designed for long-term storage of cryogenic liquefied gases; new tanks and their associated systems must be manufactured and put into service by the Pressure Equipment (Safety) Regulations.
These liquid storage tanks are available vertically or horizontally and can be used for LIN, LOX, LAR, LNG, CO2, and N2O.