CPC-Cryolab, a CIRCOR international brand, continues its innovative and long-standing leadership in availability and performance of its 5000 Series cryogenic valves.
The cryogenic valves are suitable for use in ultra-cold cryogenic storage tanks, transportation trailers, and vacuum jacketed and non-jacketed piping systems.
The 5000 Series valves feature bellow sealed and non-bellows sealed designs, redundant packaging seals, and all stainless-steal construction.
CPC-Cryolab’s 5000 Series valves offer high performance, low heat leak, and worry-free performance with the least maintenance of any LHe valve used today.
The 5000 Series valves feature top entry PCTFE soft seated plug assemblies, zero leakage across the seat, self-centring plug assemblies, Chevron style stem packing, and the ability to operate under temperatures ranging from -453°F to +300°F.
CPC-Cryolab developed the line of cryogenic valves throughout the 1960’s, specifically detailed to support America’s quest to send a man to the moon.
The company’s highly engineered cryogenic valves have been used successfully in both liquid hydrogen and liquid helium applications throughout the US space programme.
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