Vacuum Jacketed Piping Resources

Vacuum Jacketed Pipe is the preferred choice for the safe, reliable, and cost-effective transfer of cryogenic liquids including liquefied nitrogen, oxygen, argon, helium, hydrogen and natural gas. The VJP system consists of two 300 series stainless steel pipes: an inner pipe through which the cryogenic liquid flows, and an outer pipe that seals a vacuum space and forms a “vacuum jacket.” Multiple layer insulation (MLI) between the pipes coupled with a low vacuum ensures optimal thermal efficiency. Vacuum Jacketed Pipe efficiently transfers liquids at pressures up to 150 psi or greater. These systems minimize heat leaks to maximize efficiency and savings over time.

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