Thermal insulation CRYOPERL

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Technical characteristics
Thermal conductivity

0.0364 W/(m.K), 0.0405 W/(m.K)


CRYOPERL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD is a wholly owned subsidiary of AUSPERL. The company operates four mobile perlite expanders (MPEs) supported by experienced Perliters and mechanical engineers for large cryogenic projects. We also supply personal and pre-processed expanded perlite from our Sydney, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand production facilities for smaller cryogenic applications. The unique properties of perlite have found wide acceptance in the insulating of cryogenic low temperature storage tanks (particularly for the storage of LNG), in shipping containers, cold boxes (Air Separation Units), test chambers and in food processing. Advantages Perlite insulation exhibits low thermal conductivity and has excellent thermal properties. AUSPERL perlite has been tested by Holometrix (USA) at 24°c and registered 0.0405 W/m-k and BRANZ (NZ) at 0c and registered 0.0364. Compacted density with the latter was measured at 49.8kg/m3 in accordance with PI Designation 201-77. With the former, 48kg/m3. AUSPERL perlite has been approved and/or used by BOC, Air Liquide, Cape East (UK), Chemrock Corporation (USA), Toyo Kanetsu Koyo (Japan), Worldwide Perlite Services (Australia), Kvaerner Whessoe (EU), Keltech Energies (India), and Amol Dicalite (India) and IHI (Japan) among others. Low cost, easy to handle and install. Non-combustible, meeting fire regulations and therefore lowers insurance rates. Does not shrink, swell, warp or slump. Inorganic material that is vermin, and rot resistant. As a result of its closed cell structure, the material does not retain moisture.


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