General corporate brochure detailing standard products and ISO containers
A series of open dewars for liquid nitrogen, including the DF Series, MSD-25, ES Series & IC Series dewars
The CH Series of liquid helium dewars have been designed to meet the exacting requirements of ultra-low temperature applications in research and industry.
The GT Series of self pressurising cryogenic cylinders has been designed to efficiently store product in its liquid state and provide a regulated stream of gas. Each vessel automatically maintains pressure at a pre-set level using the integral pressure building circuit. Suitable for a host of applications within the industrial, medical & cryo-biological fields.
The larger capacity liquid helium dewars are commonly used in conjunction with liquefiers, or where the bulk storage of product is required. Vessels up to 15,000 litres available - intermediate or larger sizes on special request
The LT Series of vessels are suitable for use in both laboratory and industrial applications. A wide range of vessel sizes and configurations (including bottom outlet, internal pressure building facility and multiple neck configurations) give maximum choice and versatility. Road transportable versions of the 300 - 2000 litre vessels are also available.
The PHV Series of industrial tanks are suitable for the bulk storage or transportation of both liquid nitrogen and argon. The range has been designed to give years of trouble free operation for applications requiring a high duty cycle.
The PVT Series of low pressure industrial tanks are suitable for the bulk storage of liquid nitrogen. The range has been designed with a small footprint to give maximum storage capacity for the minimum ground area. The PVT offers years of trouble free operation.
The TPV Series of self pressurising cryogenic vessels for liquid nitrogen and argon (liquid oxygen on request) are suitable for a host of applications within the industrial, medical, research & cryo-biological fields. Each vessel has been designed to automatically maintain pressure at a pre-set level using the integral pressure building circuit.