Specialty Bulk Tanks
Led by our Siphon 100 Bulk Storage Tank design, our specialty bulk tanks are engineered for peak performance in a target application.
The Siphon 100® Tank is the workhorse standard when it comes to filling high pressure cylinders, liquid cylinders and mobile equipment at industrial gas fill plants. Current cryogenic tanks have worked for years, but increased efficiencies are now available with the Siphon 100 system allowing you to utilize 100% of the liquid contents.
For the high pressure laser assist gas market, we offer high pressure bulk tanks and our new generation, the HP2™ Bulk Tank. The VS High Pressure Bulk Station comes standard with a larger pressure-building regulator and coil. The HP2 Bulk Tank high pressure, high performance (HP2) bulk tank benefits the end user with lower losses, greater fill capacity and faster pressure recovery after a fill, while also reducing the refill time from the trailer transport when compared to traditional high pressure bulk tanks. Both high pressure tanks are available in 500 psi.
The ChillZilla® Bulk LN2 Liquid Supply System is engineered to provide consistent liquid nitrogen for optimum equipment performance. The ChillZilla system incorporates an insulation baffle to inhibit the mixing of fresh liquid from a trailer load delivery with the liquid supply to the freezer for better liquid supply stability during the refill. Ideally suited for Individually Quick Frozen (IQF), immersion freezers and cryobiological storage freezers, the ChillZilla LN2 system features a Dynamic Pressure Builder™ for precise saturated liquid supply to the freezer regardless of the LN2 liquid level.
The ChillZilla® bulk CO2 Liquid Supply System for food freezing and dry ice production increases the refrigeration capacity of the liquid CO2 by as much as 24% over traditional bulk tanks. The ChillZilla System incorporates a patent pending design to lower the saturation pressure of the liquid output without reducing the delivery pressure. With the aid of an external refrigeration system, an internal heat exchanger coil and an insulating baffle, the temperature of the liquid CO2 is effectively reduced. This system subcools the saturated liquid CO2 from 300 psig to 120 psig while the electric pressure builder maintains the high tank vapor pressure necessary for consistent CO2 delivery to the application. The result is an increase in refrigeration capacity in the liquid or an improved snow yield from 41 to 51%.