CPA DESIGNED AND SUPPLIED OVER 2,000 CRYOGENIC SUPPORTS FOR AN LNG TERMINAL

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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is produced from a cryogenic process, in which natural gas is filtered and cooled to -162ºC, reducing its volume by up to 600 times. With this process, it is possible to transform the gas into liquid, making it easier to store and transport.
CPA is proud to have supplied over 2,000 cryogenic supports (or ‘cold shoes’) to an LNG terminal in Taiwan. The cold shoes were designed and manufactured to support a wide range of pipe sizes from 1.5” to 48”.
These cold shoes have the following features:
✅ Steel base
✅ Steel cradle
✅ Layers of high density polyurethane foam (HDPUF) – a load bearing and insulating material
✅ Protective steel jacket and myler foil between the cradle and HDPUF
✅ Protective mastic painted to the ends of the HDPUF
✅ Special paint finish applied to the base and cradle as required by the customer
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