We’re proud of our development of a state-of-the-art cryogenic pump skid at a resort in Jamaica. Cold-temperature equipment in the Caribbean sun!
At Cryospain, we’re experts at carrying out tailored engineering projects, which we adapt to the needs of each client. We’re proud of this project which has seen us working hard in the Caribbean paradise of Jamaica on another top-of-the-line cryogenic installation. This time our cryogenic engineers have been creating a sophisticated system designed to unload road tankers and refill one small-scale LNG regasification plant
An ambitious project in spectacular surroundings
We designed the custom-made cryogenic pump skid around the specific needs of a new resort complex in Jamaica. A cutting-edge technological system that will provide enough gas to supply electricity to every corner of the tropical retreat. The hotel needs the skid to safely discharge the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) tanks that feed the satellite regasification plant. The plant then converts the LNG into gas.
This conversion process is fundamental to be able to feed a “tri-generation” power plant. This term means obtaining electricity, heat and cold, all from natural gas.
Natural gas: not just versatile – better for the environment too.
Apart from the wide range of uses mentioned above, natural gas is also cleaner and more respectful of the environment. This is especially true when compared with traditional fossil fuels. For example, it emits 95% less particles and 85% less Nitrogen Oxide. It doesn’t put harmful heavy metals into the environment either, nor does it produce Sulfur Dioxide emissions. Furthermore, it reduces noise pollution and vibrations by 50% when compared with a standard diesel engine.
Beautiful surroundings to remind of us our commitment to cleaner air
At Cryospain, we’re specialists in the design of tailored LNG and CNG-powered Cryogenic systems. Our commitment to the environment and our fostering of green energies are central values that have allowed us to continue to grow internationally in the cryogenic engineering sector