Cryogenic valves for LNG application - Part 2 of 2
In our second part of the cryogenic valve series (LNG application) Luca Baumeister, Design Engineer at AS-Schneider Group, would like to responsive on questions like “What are the challenges of using cryogenic?”, “Selecting a valve for cryogenic service.”, “How can engineers ensure tightness of cryogenic valves?” and “What should engineers pay attention to during assembly of cryogenic valves?” Enjoy the article.
Cryogenic valves for LNG application - Part 1 of 2
One of our customers needed cryogenic valves as primary isolation valves for a pressure measurement on a container ship (LNG application). There were many points to be considered in this project. For this reason, Luca Baumeister, Design Engineer at AS-Schneider Group, decided to write a series of articles about cryogenic valves in March.
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