Taylor-Wharton Cryogenics is a leading international manufacturer with over 40 years of experience in the design and manufacture of cryogenic storage vessels and containers for the storage of cryogenic liquefied gases.

Production facilities in the U.S., Europe, Malaysia and China manufacture a wide range of products: stationary tanks for cryogenic material storage, cryogenic tanks for mobile use and tanks for liquid gas storage from 3 liters up to 400,000 liters capacity.

The number of possible applications for cryogenic technical gases is constantly increasing. Special containers are needed not only for cryogenic storage of biological material, but also for many technical applications, e.g. in the manufacture of semiconductors and microchips (high-purity cryogenic gases), in laser welding, in the food industry for shock freezing and freeze drying, and for pioneering large dispensing systems for carbonated beverages, such as those found in stadiums.

Taylor-Wharton cryogenic storage vessels are based on the principle of consistent thermal insulation. They consist of an inner container and an outer container separated by a stable vacuum. The vacuum largely prevents any loss of cold from the inner container to the environment. Additional multilayers form a so-called super insulation to prevent cold loss through UV and infrared radiation.

Taylor-Wharton cryogenic storage vessels are suitable for holding both canisters and towers. Here, the type of application determines whether the material to be preserved is stored in the liquid phase of the container or in the gas phase.

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