Haier Biomedical Self-Pressurised Liquid Nitrogen Storage Vessels is the latest innovation for high-performance liquid phase cryopreservation. These vessels use the pressure generated from the vaporization of a small amount of liquid nitrogen to discharge LN2 for other containers. It features a rotary ring stainless steel construction that ensures the system can withstand the most demanding environment. It provides a reduced evaporation loss rate, compared with conventional welding insulation tanks.
In cases of cryofreezer failures (mechanical or power outage), the back-up system automatically injects LN2 into the freezer to maintain temperature and protect samples. The container uses the pressure generated from the vaporisation of a small amount of liquid nitrogen to discharge LN22 for other containers.
|Volume of LN2 (L)||5||15||30||50||100|
|Static Evaporation* (L/Day)||0.15||0.38||0.75||1||1.3|
|LN2 output (L/Min)||2||2||3||3||4|
Pressure Parameters (MPA): 1. Standard working pressure 0.05, 2. Maximum working pressure 0.09, 3. First stage safety valve relief pressure 0.099, 4. Second stage safety valve release pressure 0.15, 5. Pressure gauge range 0~0.25
|Volume of LN2 (L)||150||175||200||240||300||500|
|Static Evaporation* (L/Day)||1.95||2.1||2.4||2.9||3.3||5.5|
|LN2 output (L/Min)||6||6||8||8||8||10|
Pressure Parameters (MPA): 1. Standard working pressure 0.05, 2. Maximum working pressure 0.09, 3. First stage safety valve relief pressure 0.099, 4. Second stage safety valve release pressure 0.15, 5. Pressure gauge range 0-0.25, 6. Rupture disc burst pressure 0.47.
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