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Alliance offers a variety† of bulk cryogenic vessels to suit almost every need.† Click on the photo on the left to download common product literature.† Other tanks and pressures available upon request.

Horizontal Tankage:† Chartís Horizontal Series bulk

stations for liquid nitrogen, oxygen or argon are available in sizes from 1,500 to 15,000 gallons (5,678 to 56,781 liters). These HS Bulk Stations are designed to ASME code.

Standards are 175 and 250 psig (12 and 17 bar).

Std. Vertical Tankage:† Chartís Vertical Storage bulk tanks can be used in liquid nitrogen, oxygen or argon service and are available in sizes from 525 to 15,000 gallons (1,987 to 56,781 liters). Designed in accordance with ASME code, the VS Series features a composite insulation system for high thermal performance, extended hold times, low life-cycle costs and light weight to reduce operational and installation costs. Chartís

innovative modular piping system is designed for performance, durability and low maintenance.

High Pressure Vertical Tankage:† Chart's VS-High Pressure Bulk

Stations are engineered for superior performance, durability and value, using liquid nitrogen, oxygen or argon service, and designed to ASME code. Our XCEL composite insulation is a lightweight system offering superior performance compared to Perlite or Super-Insulation and is easier to maintain, offering longer product hold times. Available in sizes from 900 to 6,000 gallons (3,407 to 22,712 liters) for the 500 psig (34.5 bar) models and 900 to 11,000 gallons (3,407 to 41,640 liters) in the 400 psig (27.6 bar) models.