Advance cryogenic oxygen service valves are installed for protection against overpressure in tank containers and pipelines used for the storage, distribution, and transport of liquefied gases — such as oxygen, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, hydrogen, etc. — at temperatures such as low as -196°C. Advance Valves provide Dual Plate Check Valves as well as Triple Eccentric Butterfly Valves which are also known as cryogenic valves for Cryogenic Applications.

We have supplied oxygen service valves and cryogenic valves to reputed international clients such as GASCO, Qatar Shell GTL, Praxair, Petroleum Development of Oman, South Hook LNG Terminal, JGC, KBR, Bechtel, TCI Sanmar, KNPC, Jindal Steel Works, AGIP and many more.


Cryogenic treatment is a process used to improve the mechanical properties of metals by subjecting them to ultra-low temperatures. Cryogenic valves are valves that are specifically designed to operate in extremely cold temperatures. Cryogenic treatment for valves involves exposing the valve components to temperatures as low as -196°C in liquid nitrogen. This process helps to increase the valve's durability and resistance to wear, corrosion, and fatigue. Cryogenic treatment also enhances the valve's dimensional stability and reduces internal stresses, resulting in better performance and longer service life. These valves are widely used in industries such as aerospace, pharmaceuticals, and gas processing.

Cryogenic technology is used for low-temperature applications, typically below -150°C. The primary purpose of cryogenics is to store and transport liquefied gases like nitrogen, oxygen, and argon, which are used in a variety of industries, including medical, pharmaceutical, and aerospace. Cryogenic valves are essential components of these systems, allowing for precise control of the flow of cryogenic fluids.

The use of these valves ensures that the liquefied gases are kept at their required low temperatures, preventing them from boiling and evaporating. Cryogenic valves are designed to withstand the extreme conditions of cryogenic environments, ensuring reliable performance and minimizing the risk of leaks or other safety hazards.