By Rob Cockerill2012-08-23T16:00:00+01:00
Leading cryogenic equipment manufacturer Cryofab, Inc. has introduced a new way to purchase cryoparts and cryogenic accessories.
The New Jersey-based company now offers parts purchasing through its new website, www.shop.cryofab.com.
The website allows customers throughout the US and Canada to purchase Cryofab cryo parts direct from the manufacturer for CMSH series liquid helium containers, CL/CLPB series, or CH series dewars for liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen or liquid argon, and CHD series large volume cryogenic liquid storage tanks.
Cryo Parts available online include access port assemblies, valves, quick couplings, relief devices, fittings and other cryogenic parts. Replacement level gauges, pressure gauges and rupture discs can also be sourced.
For CL/CLPB, CH or CHD series cryogenic systems equipment, shop.cryofab.com sells replacement parts and accessories for the maintenance and repair of cryogenic storage and transport vessels. Schematics and diagrams are included to help customers identify and purchase the correct replacement parts for their Cryofab cryotanks.
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