Vacuum Jacketed Pipe and Hose
The Most Cost Effective Way to Transfer Cryogenic Liquids. Vacuum Jacketed Pipe (VJP) is the preferred piping solution for the safe, reliable, cost-effective transfer of cryogenic liquids. We make jacketed pipe with cryogenic insulation for liquefied Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon, Helium, Natural Gas, Carbon Dioxide, and Hydrogen -- from storage tanks to final use point.
Acme's Quality Cryogenic division of vacuum jacketed pipe is located in a 38,000 SF production facility in Ball Ground, Georgia. This large facility allows for increased production capacity, shorter lead times, increased product offerings and additional warehouse space for standard pipe sizes for immediate shipment. The facility also has space available for customers use for training sales and service personnel.
The facility is located at 5222 Ball Ground Highway, Ball Ground, GA 30107.
The “Quality Cryogenics” brand of Vacuum Jacketed Pipe (VJP) was acquired by Acme Cryogenics in 2001. With the name change came an expanded product offering and corporate infrastructure, while retaining 25 years of pipe manufacturing experience. Our current customer list includes major aerospace companies, all the major gas producers, and the US Government.
Each VJP project is managed by a sales engineer that has been trained in ASME B31.3 pipe design, cryogenic safety and VJP project management. As your insulated pipe suppliers, we can offer technical assistance for your pipe system design, as well as cryogenic valves and cryogenic fittings, regardless of your level of experience. Our sales engineers have over 40 years of combined experience with vacuum jacketed pipe and cryogenic hose design.
Today’s business environment operates with extreme urgency requiring immediate response. Our goal is to return your quote within 24 hours of your submittal. Standard lead time for custom designed VJP systems can be as little as four weeks from approved design. Acme can offer an expedited build for critical delivery projects.
VIP in the LNG Industry
In LNG applications reduced boil-off gas (BOG) results in higher LNG flow over greater distances, less liquid losses and/or reduced reliquefaction. These will result in lower overall operation costs during the life of the facility. Manufactured in sections up to 80’ long making for less field welded joints and only short field joint sections requiring insulation, the use of internal expansion joints can also greatly reduce or eliminate the necessity for expansion loops in the system.
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