Vaporizers are responsible for vaporizing liquefied natural gas and other working fluids. It functions in a similar way like industrial boilers. Vaporizers are used for fluids such as ethane, ethylene, and nitrogen. It also allows heat from a liquid or a gas to pass to a second fluid. The two fluids do not come into direct contact with each other. Vaporizers generally work to heat or cool buildings or help engines and machines to work more efficiently. They do not build up higher pressure and are commonly used for low- pressure heat transfer.
There is a wide range of cryogenic vaporizers available in the industry. To pick the best vaporizer system, one needs to understand how each of them works. Key benefits of using a cryogenic vaporizer Using a cryogenic vaporizer can provide an array of different benefits. It eradicates the re-condensation of vapor in the supply lines which may create perilous situations. Moreover, it eliminates the ‘freeze-ups’ of tanks which results in production delays or loss. Even heavy end accumulations can be prevented. It helps to decrease overall costs and even delivery frequency. Besides, vaporizer also allows one to increase the capacity of the entire system. Thus, there are many benefits associated with vaporizer; its significance is undeniable. Types of Vaporizers Ambient Air Vaporizer: It channels heat from the air to vaporize low- temperature liquids including cryogenic ones.It can be used to vaporize oxygen, nitrogen, CO2, argon, LNG and other cryogens and even liquefied gases.