The new SureGas™ System from CryoVation is helping customers to overcome common challenges in productivity and downtime, the company claims.
Many fabrication shops, lasers, refineries, pipelines, require a high flow of gas at pressures exceeding bulk tank capability (laser cutting and injection moulding, for example).
For such applications, any pause in the gas supply can result in lost productivity, ruined work-pieces, and even downtime for an entire operation.
Gas changeover manifolds can be utilised by smaller operations that are using only a limited amount of product. However, the process of delivering and changing out empty cylinders is tedious, labour intensive and expensive.
Providing what it claims to be the soltion, CryoVation offers its PAC-1 (Pump Automated Control) Console coupled with its cryogenic high pressure pump, ambient vaporizer and controls – all pre-assembled onto a transportable skid.
The SureGas™ System is PLC controlled and will sense a programmed low pressure in the reserve gas bank, to turn on and, at high pressure set-point, turn off again. Regulators control the desired flow of product into the building. This entire process is automated and requires virtually no human interaction as long as the liquid source is maintained.
Optional network connection to the PLC adds remote access, alarm data, and more.
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