There are many options when it comes to connections for Vacuum Insulated Piping Systems. The most popular and most efficient options are vacuum insulated field can joints and bayonet connections (also known as a Johnston Couplings). Other options include foam or armaflex insulated connections that utilize field welded joints, pipe flanges, Grayloc flanges, threaded joints, and various other cryogenic rated connections. These connections must be placed strategically to allow for transportation and installation at your facility.
Vacuum Insulated Pipe is often referred to as Vacuum Jacketed Piping (VJP), Static Vacuum Insulated Piping (SVIP), Dynamic Vacuum Insulated Piping (DVIP), or Flexible Vacuum Insulated Piping (FVIP). However you say it, we’ve got you covered.
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Vacuum Insulated Field Can Joints are used in place of bayonet connections when the pressure ratings of the piping system exceed that of standard bayonet connections as well as in larger bore piping systems when bayonets are not cost effective or available. CryoWorks can also accommodate vacuum insulated field can joints at tees, elbows, and valves. Installation can be completed by any certified welder trained in cryogenic and vacuum installations.