Cryogenic distillation is the most common method of removing nitrogen from natural gas. Homogeneous isotopic exchange is caused by the existence of admixtures in NO and can spontaneously occur in the entire volume of the distillation columns. Cryogenic Distillation is an effective method used for isotope separation. The models for simulation of this distillation use the concept of theoretical plate that simultaneously brings to thermodynamic equilibrium to all the components in a multi-component mixture. It is highly energy intensive. The separation energy for cryogenic distillation in the production of natural gas and ethylene is greater than total energy requirements. This distillation requires two phases like gas and liquid. This process can separate tritium from both heavy and light water.
Cryogenic Globe Valves are designed for the handling of cryogenic liquids on bulk storage tanks, transports and pipelines. They provide positive shut-off. These valves are available with a variety of inlet & outlet connections and body configuration as well as with braze in stainless steel pipe stubs. The features include 1/2″ to 3″ size, hydrostatic test pressure of 45bar, pneumatic test pressure of 33bar and temperature range of -196°C to +60°C.
Cryogenic liquids are liquified gases that are kept in their liquid state at very low temperatures. All cryogenic liquids are extremely cold. It has boiling points below -150° C. All cryogenic liquids are gases at normal temperatures and pressures. These gases must be cooled below room temperature before an increase in pressure can liquefy them. Different cryogens become liquids under different conditions of temperature and pressure, but all have two properties in common: these are extremely cold, and small amounts of liquid can expand into very large volumes of gas.
Cryogenic phase separator is intended to minimize hazardous splashing and vaporization. It is available in three different sizes to accommodate transferring liquids into open containers. It is used to separate carbon dioxide gas from liquid and remove the gas from a pipeline. It is also used to lower saturation point of liquid nitrogen. It provides different types of application such as to fill cryocans, to contribute quality liquid to freezing tunnels for optimum equipment.