Cryogenic Tank Safety. Liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen and liquid argon are cryogenic liquids. Their boiling temperatures are:Liquid Oxygen -297.3°F -183°C; Liquid Nitrogen -320.4°F -195.8°C; Liquid Argon -302.6°F -185.9°C; The sublimation point of Liquid CO 2 is -109.3°F -78.5°C.
Doc. 179/21. This publication covers cryogenic liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, and liquid argon tanker loading systems for loading by gravity, pressure, or pump filling. It covers the design of the tanker loading systems and the period of time and activities between when a tanker enters the filling area and when it departs from the filling area. This publication focuses on the factors affecting the transfer of
Oxygen,Nitrogen,Argon Storage TankDescription. The liquid oxygen/nitrogen/argon cryogenic storage tank is made of double-layered cylindrical structure, the inner cylinder and its piping are made of stainless steel S30408, the outer casing is made of alloy steel Q245R, the interlayer is filled with expanded perlite (also known as pearl sand) and the specially treated adsorbent is set at the same time.
This publication describes requirements for installations designed and constructed after the publication date of this document used for the loading of oxygen, nitrogen, or argon as cryogenic liquids. This publication may be used for existing cryogenic LOX, LIN, and LAR loading systems. Application of this publication to existing installations is an individual company or storage system owners decision.
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