Inspired by eHT for Temperature Sensitive Foods
40 - 45 °C
Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is gas in its liquid form. To achieve liquification, the gas must be cooled down to -160 °C. LNG occupies only 1/600th of the volume of natural gas. So liquifying is an economic option for storage and transport. Because of the -160 °C inside the storage tank, frost can occur around and under the tank and in the foundation of the plant, causing frost heave cracking. This can pose a serious risk to safe operation. An electrical heat tracing system prevents this by keeping the structure‘s at 5 °C.
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