WesMor Cryogenic Manufacturing has introduced a new transport trailer to the growing LNG market, designed and built to MC-338 regulations and with a 4X safety factor on the inner ASME pressure vessel, as per DOT requirements.

With a tare weight of only 24,900 pounds, the company’s 70 psi maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP), 12,700 gallon water volume transport trailer can haul up to 39,350 pounds of LNG (dependent on tractor weight and local weight laws) – equal to 11,447 USG at 10 psi.

The trailer is offered as a pressure-transfer off-load transport or can be ordered with a hydraulic driven cryogenic pump, while a turbine flow meter is optional.

Based in La Porte, Texas, WesMor Cryogenic Manufacturing is a division of the WesMor Cryogenic Companies group.

WesMor Cryogenic Companies are growing in the field of cryogenic manufacturing and repair, dedicated to its core values: building long-lasting relationships customers; quality design and workmanship; timely scheduling; fair pricing; and outstanding customer support.

Founded in 1998 as a cryogenic equipment repair shop, WesMor Cryogenics has methodically grown into a sizable rehabilitation, repair, and new cryogenic equipment manufacturing company. WesMor has been manufacturing new cryogenic equipment since 2007, with products including cryogenic transport trailers, truck-mount tanks, microbulk, offshore skids, and 20-foot ISO/IMO Containers. New products now include LNG Transport Trailers, while gasworld understands that soon to be released products include a mobile LNG fuelling Station, a dual ISO Container/skid mounted LNG fuelling station, and LNG vaporisation/regasification equipment.