Do you work with liquified gasses such as liquid nitrogen and liquid helium? Then you might need sturdy cryogenic valves to make sure the machine operates efficiently under pressure. In this case, ‘pressure’ can be loosely translated to extremely low temperatures. When the temperature becomes less than minus 73°C (100°F) due to the use of liquid nitrogen (LNG), then Redpoint speaks of cryogenic services. The extensive range of cryogenic valves has been type-tested to ensure maximum efficiency. In addition, Redpoint designs all their cryogenic valves in accordance to important industrial standards. Think of BS6364, MSS SP-134, and ISO28921-1.
Which tailor-made valve do you need for your application?
The experts over at Redpoint design, engineer, and produce bespoke cryogenic valves for your specific application. Think about LNG tankers, LNG terminals, LNG platforms, LNG FPSO, LNG plants, and air separation. We enumerate a few types of cryogenic valves below that can be used in your applications:
In accordance to your wishes, Redpoint uses special designs and materials to deliver the most optimum cryogenic valve for your application. In addition, the valves can be delivered quickly and on a worldwide basis. In this way, you receive the valve you need within a short delivery time. Your project will proceed as planned without costly down time or penalties.
Make sure to contact the experts for a bespoke solution
Would you like to know more about the possibilities Redpoint offers with their bespoke cryogenic valves? Make sure to check out the approvals and references of major end users and EPV companies such as Shell, Linde, and Woodside. If you require more information about the cryogenic valves applicable to your own situation, contact these experts with your inquiries. The contact information can be found on the website of Redpoint.