CryoWorks uses stainless steel inner and outer pipes and/or flex hoses in the manufacturing of its Vacuum Insulated Piping Systems. The piping consists of a factory fabricated inner line and an outer jacket. The inner line carries the cryogenic fluid while a vacuum space between the inner and outer provides the insulation and low heat gain. The vacuum annular space consists of a multi-layer superinsulation, internal gettering material and an extremely low vacuum level of 9 microns or less.
50 times more effective than conventional foam in preventing heat gain to the inner line.
Extremely long lasting
Built to ANSI B.31.3 Code for Pressure Piping
Each system consists of multiple spool sections that are joined together in the field with a male and female bayonet joint (or optional welded field joint).
Each spool section must be carefully designed to allow for transportation to your site and installation at the facility.
A Bayonet is a mechanical joint (close-tolerance male and female bayonets with o-ring seal and clamp) for ease of assembly and disassembly in the field.
The Welded Field Joint is a vacuum insulated assembly that couples two spools together via a field welded sleeve.
Line Sizes: Inner x Jacket - (Sch#5, IPS)
1/2" x 2"
1" x 3"
1 1/2" x 3 1/2"
2" x 4"
3" x 5"
4" x 6"
6" x 8"
Line Sizes: Inner x Jacket - (ID)
5/8" x 2"
1 1/4" x 3"
2" x 4"
Future Drops / Expansion
Installation Criteria (walls, ceiling heights, sloping, existing / future fixtures or utilities, length restrictions & etc.)