The Definition of Cryogenic is 'as of or relating to low temperature'. Typically Cryogenic Valves are used on processes involving liquefied gases such as Liquid Nitrogen, Oxygen and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
Adanac Cryogenic Valves can be found installed and operating in facilities involved in the storage and transportation of LNG worldwide. Close association with the major industrial gas producers means Adanac Cryogenic Valves are also being used in Air Separation Facilities in six of the seven continents.
Adanac's flexibility provides the ability to produce a wide range of extended bonnet and cryogenic valves on short lead times with the possibility of performance testing at service temperatures in our own on-site test facilities.
Adanac manufacture forged and cast gate, globe, ball and butterfly valves with extended bonnets for service temperatures down to -196°C, meeting the requirements of BS6364 and other similar national, international and user specifications.
Standard Manually operated, Pneumatically and Electrically Actuated Valves in Low Temperature Carbon Steel (ASTM A350 LF2, ASTM A352 LCB/LCC) and Austenitic Stainless steel (ASTM A182 F316-L/F304-L, ASTM A351 CF8M) Typically ½”(DN15) to 24”(DN600), ANSI Class 150 to Class 2500, PN16 to PN40
Adanac's flexible approach to manufacturing allows for valves to be produced incorporating the user's specific application requirements, such as non-standard bonnet extension lengths and porting configurations.
Adanac work with Apollo Valves to produce a range of Top Entry Cryogenic Ball Valves, Fire Safe Tested and Cryogenic Prototype Tested on short lead-times.Adanac stock the CASH range of Cryogenic Regulator, Back Pressure Regulator and Economiser Valve.