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Common Problems with Cryogenic Liquid Tank

Aug. 08, 2019

As a Liquid Argon Dewar Supplier, let's talk to you about the common problems with Cryogenic Liquid Tank.

1. Cracks in Cryogenic Liquid Tank: Cracks in pressure vessels are a major threat to the safety of pressure vessels. The development of microcracks can lead to the development of fatigue and corrosion cracks, and it is easy to cause the brittle failure of pressure vessels.

2. Deformation of Cryogenic Liquid Tank: After working for a period of time, the Cryogenic Liquid Storage Tank will have deformations such as depressions, bulges, and expansion in the whole or part of the container, which will seriously affect the normal and safe use of the container.

Cryogenic Liquid Tank

Cryogenic Liquid Tank

3. Corrosion of Cryogenic Liquid Tank: For Cryogenic Liquid Storage Tanks, especially for chemical applications, electrochemical corrosion is prone to occur due to the long-term contact of the metal material of the container with the chemical medium. Corrosion of the outer wall of the pressure vessel is mainly caused by environmental factors. In the wet state or the accumulation of moisture, the Cryogenic Stationary Tank bracket and the contact position of the container with the surface water surface are prone to corrosion.

For the various safety impacts of Cryogenic Liquid Storage Tank, scientific, accurate and detailed inspections should be carried out to ensure their normal and safe use. In addition to visual inspection, the detection of Cryogenic Liquid Storage Tank is mainly achieved by non-destructive testing technology that has less influence on the use of Cryogenic Liquid Tank. The technical means mainly include ultrasonic detection technology, radiation detection technology, magnetic memory detection technology, infrared detection technology, eddy current detection and the like.