Pressurized Tanks

What Is a Pressurized Cryogenic Tank?

A pressurized cryogenic tank is a closed container designed to store and transport liquids or gas at very low temperature below -150C. The tank consists of inner pressure vessel, outer vessel, insulation and one or two necks with the valves, flanges or unions.

For cryosaunas, our customers usually choose pressurized tanks with the capacity ranging from 60 liters to 300 liters. The most popular capacities are 120 liters and 230 liters.

Technical Specifications of Pressurized Cryogenic Tanks

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Stainless steel

Cryogenic tanks are made of stainless steel for durability in conformance with ADR and T-PED directives and come with the respective declaration of conformity

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Easy movement

To ensure easy movement, tanks have 5 rotating casters. Two of the casters are equipped with brakes

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Low evaporation rate

Due to vacuum and thermal insulation, tanks have low evaporation rate

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Pressure-building system

All tanks are equipped with pressure-building system, which ensures maximum operating pressure of 4 bar

Models and Dimensions

Capacity
(L)
60 65 100 120 160 180 200
Overall height
(mm)
926 956 1162 1231 1436 1541 1641
Emply weight
(kg)
65 66 76 82 92 99 103
Weight full
(kg nitrogen)
113 119 160 176 216 239 258
Net Capacity
(L)
59.9 65.4 103.4 116.1 153.8 173.2 191.6
Daily loss in %,
nitrogen
3.6 3.4 2.1 2.0 1.6 1.5 1.5
Capacity
(L)
220 240 260 280 300
Overall height
(mm)
1366 1430 1489 1548 1616
Emply weight
(kg)
139 143 148 154 160
Weight full
(kg nitrogen)
312 331 352 373 396
Net Capacity
(L)
214.0 233.1 252.1 270.5 291.9
Daily loss in %,
nitrogen
1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.5

Pressurized Tanks FAQ

For cryosaunas, our customers usually choose pressurized tanks with the capacity ranging from 60 liters to 300 liters. The most popular capacities are…

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Pressurized tank consists of an inner pressure vessel, outer vessel, insulation and one or two necks with the valves, flanges or unions. The…

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Pressurized tanks are portable, safe, and convenient storage of high volumes of liquid nitrogen. All tanks are equipped with a pressure-building system, which…

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When you buy a new pressurized tank, it is essential that the three safety inspections listed below are carried out: Color coding and…

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The place where the pressure tank is going to be located, should confirm several requirements: it should be well-ventilated; the pressure tank should…

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A liquid nitrogen in a pressurized tank will stay for years if all the storage requirements are met. Tank holds proper pressure and…

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