TIW designs, engineers, fabricates and constructs spheres to store a diverse number of liquefied gas products at low and cryogenic temperatures. Typical TIW storage sphere vessel applications include:
- Used to hold digester gas at sewage treatment plants or biogas at landfills.
Ambient Liquid Storage
- Designed to store liquid such as gasoline, butadiene, anhydrous ammonia, LPG, NGL, and waste water. Most commonly our capacities for these vessels range from 5,000 to 50,000 barrels.
Low Temp Liquid Storage
- Featuring single walls and external insulation, these spheres are best for products that require partial refrigeration, such as LPG. Storage temperatures range between -150F (-100C) and above to +40F (+4C)
Cryogenic Liquid Storage
- Designed to store products at storage temperatures of -150F (-100C) and below such as ethylene, hydrogen, helium, oxygen, nitrogen, and argon. Cryogenic spheres are typically double-walled, and insulated with an evacuated, perlite-filled annular space.
Our team of highly skilled quality control and safety personnel, field supervisors, and certified tradespeople ensure your project is a success from day one, while our technical expertise in project management, engineering, fabrication, and field erection allows us to provide first-class service.