Maximum LNG Flow with Minimum Heat Loss
All LNG stations require a piping system to transfer liquefied natural gas from an insulated storage tank on the property to the LNG fueling dispensers. Maintaining LNG at the very low temperature of -162 °C (-260 °F) while in the tank and piping is essential and minimizes evaporation.
Our stainless steel, vacuum-jacketed pipes provide the best insulation possible for LNG, minimizing heat loss and product loss. We design and manufacture customized VJ piping solutions for every customer preparing every install for future requirements including station equipment layout and overall footprint. Our custom approach eliminates inefficiency, minimizes installation time and prolongs the life of your station equipment.
- Increase LNG storage times
- Maintain insulation factor longer (when compared to other forms of insulation)
- Minimize installation and operating costs
- Protect and prolong the life of your equipment