C&P DESIGNED AND SUPPLIED OVER 2,000 CRYOGENIC SUPPORTS FOR AN LNG TERMINAL

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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) is produced from a cryogenic process, in which natural gas is filtered and cooled to -162ºC, reducing its volume by up to 600 times. With this process, it is possible to transform the gas into liquid, making it easier to store and transport. C&P is proud to have supplied over 2,000 cryogenic supports (or ‘cold shoes’) to an LNG terminal.

The cold shoes were designed and manufactured to support a wide range of pipe sizes from 1.5” to 48”. These cold shoes have the following features:

✅ Steel base
✅ Steel cradle
✅ Layers of high density polyurethane foam (HDPUF) – a load bearing and insulating material
✅ Protective steel jacket and myler foil between the cradle and HDPUF
✅ Protective mastic painted to the ends of the HDPUF
✅ Special paint finish applied to the base and cradle as required by the customer