Cryospain to supply ‘state-of-the-art’ cryogenic tanks for Mexico ASU


Cryogenic equipment specialist Cryospain will supply a range of its tanks to be fitted into a new modular air separation plant for the supply of gases from the air to local industries in Mexico, either by pipeline or by bulk supply.

The project will see Cryospain designing and delivering two low-pressure liquefied gas storage tanks. A 2250m3 tank will contain liquid oxygen, while the second tank will have a volume of 3,700m3 and will be used to store liquid nitrogen.

Designed to keep gases at extremely low temperatures, the company’s tanks will comprise part of a ‘state-of-the-art’ air separation unit (ASU) to be operated by an unnamed client.

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