WHAT IS MICROBULK TANK?
Microbulk Tank is essentially a bulk storage system in miniature for oxygen, nitrous oxide, and carbon dioxide consist of special insulated vessels, vaporizers, and regulators.
Understanding Cryogenic Temperatures and Applications
Cryogenic temperatures are extremely low temperatures that are below -150°C. At these temperatures, gases become liquids, and liquids become solids. Cryogenic temperatures are used in a wide range of applications, from healthcare to food and beverage, and manufacturing. Cryogenic gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, and argon are used in many industrial processes, including welding, metal fabrication, and chemical production. The use of cryogenic temperatures can improve product quality and reduce manufacturing costs, making it an attractive option for many businesses.
Cryogenic tanks and micro bulk systems are designed to store and transport large volumes of cryogenic gases safely and efficiently. Cryogenic tanks are large, insulated vessels that can hold up to several thousand gallons of cryogenic gases. Micro bulk systems are smaller, portable tanks that can hold up to a few hundred gallons of cryogenic gases. Both systems are designed to keep cryogenic gases at a constant temperature, preventing them from evaporating or boiling off.
How microbulk tanks work?
Micro-bulk storage tanks can be installed almost anywhere—inside or outside your facility. This avoids the extensive site prep and costs associated with bulk supply while making installation much faster. Piping is installed to deliver the gas from the microbulk tanks to your welding line, brewing production area, laboratory or whatever application you need it for.
Microbulk Tanks System
Manifolds supply nitrogen, nitrous oxide, air, and carbon dioxide in high pressure cylinders may be found in smaller hospitals.
Cryogenic vessels are equipped with ambient air vaporizers that convert the liquids to a gaseous state before they enter the pipeline.
Manifold and bulk tanks are equipped with regulators to control the pressures, reserve systems, and pressure switches.
Increased Productivity and Savings
Eliminates downtime from cylinder changeouts
No residual returns
More efficient accounting and ordering
Minimum inventory maintenance
More productive use of labor force
Efficient use of production space
Lower maintenance costs
Linde supply management – telemetry
No cylinder handling or changeouts
Reduced inventory management
Stainless Steel Tanks
Optimized for on-site filling
High fill rate capability
Longer hold times than standard liquid containers
Constructed of 304 stainless steel
Consistent high purity
Higher product yield
Direct link to Linde’s customer service
LCD readout indicates current status
Accuracy within +/- .10″
Audible low-level alarm with two-way calling
Permanently installed at your site
Replaces high-pressure cylinder handling and eliminates the need for change outs
Low-pressure storage tank – up to 3,000 liters – depending on gas and volume requirements
Many tank sizes available for your gas requirements
Eliminates cylinder handling
No worries about cylinder leaks
High-pressure cylinders replaced by low-pressure tanks
Designed exclusively for cryogenic gas service
Multiple trucks for maximum geographical coverage
Multiple distribution points for maximum efficiency and reliability
Not only will our technical experts recommend the best tank for your unique situation, but we’ll also design and install a supply system that efficiently gets the gas where you need it. That’s what we do.
Your compact bulk supply source for medium gas consumption
If you use more than 20 cylinders per month or require less than 150,000 SCF per month(4247 CBM), MicroBulk is a cost-effective packaging option for argon, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen.
MicroBulk Tanks supply from DSW provides the same efficiencies as our bulk gas supply but for smaller volumes of liquid gases such as argon, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen.
MicroBulk Tanks offers all the advantages of bulk storage without the need for a large on-site tank or the hassle and waste of full-for-empty cylinder exchange.