Dry Cryogenic Couplings

Designed for use of e.g. LNG and Nitrogen and other liquefied gases.

Dry Cryogenic Couplings according to ISO TS 18683 and ISO 21593. Suitable for the loading and unloading of cryogenic liquefied gases (LNG, nitrogen, oxygen, argon, ethylene etc.) down to -196° C.

Size from:1” to 8”
Material:Stainless Steel
Seals:PTFE

Available with threaded and flanged connections, for both hose unit and tank unit.

Benefits

Technical data

    Socket Threaded connections Flanged connections Flow rate Materials Seals
1” (DN25) 56 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 250 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
2” (DN50) 70 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 900 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
2½” (DN65) 105 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 2.100 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
3” (DN80) 119 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 2.800 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
4” (DN100) 164 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 7.000 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
6” (DN150) 238 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 14.000 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE
8” (DN200) 314 mm NPT ANSI & EN Up to 24.000 L/min Specified in configurator PTFE

Service

Service guidance

Service guidance for a MannTek Dry cryogenic coupling.

Innovative accessories

Colour coding

For a clear assignment of coupling and medium, the body, flange and handles of our…

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Stop before disconnect

This is a feature for detecting eventual leakage before disconnecting the hose and the tank…

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Hose unit with electronic sensor

The sensor detects whether the valves are in an open or closed position. The signal…

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Locking device

Option for hose units. Once coupled, the connection is automatically locked and can not loosen…

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Special handles

Customized for special applications.

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Dust cap and dust plug

Dust plug to protect the couplings against the ingress of dirt and water.

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Heated parking device

Heated parking device is used to easily defrost and dry the hose unit after LNG…

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Parking device

For safe and dedicated storage of hose unit. Available with or without parking sensor.

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Colour coding

For a clear assignment of coupling and medium, the body, flange and handles of our…

Read more

Stop before disconnect

This is a feature for detecting eventual leakage before disconnecting the hose and the tank…

Read more

Hose unit with electronic sensor

The sensor detects whether the valves are in an open or closed position. The signal…

Read more

Locking device

Option for hose units. Once coupled, the connection is automatically locked and can not loosen…

Read more

Special handles

Customized for special applications.

Read more

Dust cap and dust plug

Dust plug to protect the couplings against the ingress of dirt and water.

Read more

Heated parking device

Heated parking device is used to easily defrost and dry the hose unit after LNG…

Read more

Parking device

For safe and dedicated storage of hose unit. Available with or without parking sensor.

Read more

Case

Flogas AB

Flogas AB in Sweden is an example of a LPG company that managed the transition…

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Flogas AB

Flogas AB in Sweden is an example of a LPG company that managed the transition…

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