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cryogenic transportation
Transportation

What is Cryogenic Transportation?

Cryogenic transportation refers to storing, handling, and moving materials at extremely low temperatures. Cryogenics involves maintaining temperatures below -150 °C, at which gases like oxygen, nitrogen, and argon liquefy. Cryogenic transportation enables materials that need to be kept at ultra-low temperatures for preservation or industrial purposes to be moved safely and efficiently. The most common materials transported cryogenically include: Liquefied natural gas (LNG) Liquefied gases Food Medical supplies Semiconductors The incredibly low temperatures required make cryogenic transportation complex and highly specialized. But …
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