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Cryogenic Cluster Day

  • Tamo will be showing their range range of Relief Valves, Check Valves & associated equipment at the forthcoming Cryogenic Cluster Day 2015, at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxford, on Wednesday September 23rd.   The event will follow a pattern similar to previous years, comprising a mix of seminar, table-top trade show, a poster session, and lab visits.  Free for delegates to attend, thanks to the support of STFC & contribution from exhibitors, it is a highlight of the British Cryogenic Calendar, with an audience well over 100 from UK & abroad.


  • High performance direct acting or pilot-operated valves with brass bodies and PTFE seals, suitable for continuous service with liquid nitrogen (LN2), liquid carbon dioxide (LCO2) and other cryogenic fluids down to -196°C.



    • Internal parts: stainless steel
    • Seals: PTFE
    • Fluid temperature: -196°C to +90°C
    • Ambient temperature: max +50°C
    • Viscosity: max 21 mm2/s
    • Response time: 8 - 40 ms (closing)
    • Voltage: 230, 115, 48, 24 V AC / 24, 12 V DC
    • Duty cycle: continuous (ED100%)
    • Cycling rate: 10 to 100 cpm

    Electrical protection: IP65 (with plug to ISO 4400) 

  • Tamo also supply Cryogenic Relief Valves, Check Valves & Specialist Valves for very wide range of applications in the High Science applications as well as OEM applications.

    Example below Low pressure helium relive valve. Manufactured from Stainless Steel (other body materials available) with KF25 connections & Viton seals (other seals available) set at 4 PSI. Set points from 0.5 PSI to 9 psi are available.


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