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Cryogenic Valve

Cryogenic  Valve Manufacturer in Saudi Arebia  

A unique kind of valve called a cryogenic valve is made to withstand very low temperatures, usually below -100°C (-148°F). Industries where materials are treated or kept at extremely low temperatures, such as aerospace, medical, pharmaceutical, and energy, frequently use cryogenic valves.

In order to endure the difficult circumstances of extremely low temperatures, such as thermal contraction, brittleness, and embrittlement, cryogenic valves are made of materials and equipped with features known as cryogenics. Cryogenic valves frequently make use of high-performance plastics, aluminium, stainless steel, and bronze.

In order to prevent heat transmission from the valve body to the stem, which could cause the stem to expand and harm the valve, cryogenic valves often have a longer stem length than conventional valves. Additionally, the valve seats are made to withstand thermal stresses better and keep a tight seal at low temperatures.

 

Types of Cryogenic Valve

  • Cryogenic Globe Valve
  • Cryogenic Ball Valve
  • Cryogenic Gate Valve
  • Cryogenic Butterfly Valve

 

The benefits of a cryogenic valve

 

When handling fluids or gases at extremely low temperatures is necessary, cryogenic valves have a number of benefits over normal valves, including:

Material compatibility: To avoid damage or failure brought on by thermal contraction or brittleness, cryogenic valves are made of materials that are suitable for use with low-temperature fluids and gases.

Tight sealing: Cryogenic valves are made with unique seals and seats that keep a tight seal at low temperatures, preventing leaks and lowering the possibility of equipment failure.

 

Safety: Low-temperature fluids and gases that could endanger people and equipment if released into the environment are kept from the environment by cryogenic valves.

Reliability: Cryogenic valves are made to survive the challenging low-temperature environments, ensuring consistent and reliable functioning over a long service life.

 

Applications of Cryogenic Valve

  • LNG (liquefied natural gas) processing: Cryogenic valves are used in the liquefaction, storage, and transportation of natural gas, which must be cooled to extremely low temperatures (-162°C/-260°F) to become a liquid.
  • Aerospace: Cryogenic valves are used in rocket engines, where liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen must be mixed at extremely low temperatures to create the necessary combustion for propulsion.
  • Medical: Cryogenic valves are used in medical applications, such as cryosurgery and cryopreservation, where tissues and cells must be frozen and stored at extremely low temperatures.
  • Energy: Cryogenic valves are used in energy applications, such as the production and storage of hydrogen fuel, which requires low-temperature processes.

How does a Cryogenic Valve work?

A cryogenic valve works similarly to a standard valve, but it is specifically designed to handle extremely low temperatures. The valve has a body, a stem, a seat, and a disc or ball that controls the flow of fluid or gas through the valve. When the valve is open, the disc or ball is lifted or turned to allow the fluid or gas to flow through the valve, and when the valve is closed, the disc or ball seals against the seat to prevent the flow of fluid or gas. In a cryogenic valve, the materials used in the valve body, stem, seat, and disc or ball are selected to be compatible with low-temperature fluids and gases, preventing damage or failure due to thermal contraction or brittleness. The stem is designed to have a longer length than standard valves to prevent heat transfer from the valve body to the stem, which could cause the stem to expand and damage the valve. The valve seats are also designed to be more resilient to thermal stresses and maintain a tight seal at low temperatures.

Description:

  • Materials: SS304, SS316, CF8M, CF8, F51, F55, F53, WCB, WC6, WCC, LCB, LCC.
  • Class: 150 to 800.
  • Nominal Pressure: PN25 to PN100.
  • Size: 1/2” to 24”.
  • Operations: Lever Operated, Gear operated, Hand wheel Operated, Electric Actuated and Pneumatic Actuated
Cryogenic Valve Manufacturer in saudi arebia
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