Mar 26, 2019
It generally is accepted in the oil and gas industry that the cryogenic temperature range starts at -238° F (-150° C). In addition to this temperature range, certain gases are considered “cryogenic” because they take more than just an increase in pressure to compress their volume. Anything warmer than the cryogenic range up to 37° F (3° C) is called “refrigeration.”
Understanding where cryogenic temperatures start is very important to valve selection. There are a number of things to understand about cold temperatures when considering how to select a valve that will work over a long period of time..
The cryogenic process that we offer can make parts much stronger and able to cope with the stress of high horsepower vehicles!