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Pumps in Range_Cryostar Magazine4

Pumps in Range_Cryostar Magazine4

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the latest transfer pump solution utilising Cryostar technology
the latest transfer pump solution utilising Cryostar technology

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Autumn 2004N°4
Working hand-in-glovewith hydrocarbon processcustomers
Behind the scenes
Pumps in range
The latest transfer  pump solutions utilisingCryostar technology 
CRYOSTAR in the Asia Pacific 
Delivering what customers want, whenthey want it 
Autumn 2004
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Welcome to the fourth issue of CRYOSTAR Magazine. In previous editions and indeedin this one as well, runs the thread of diversity – one of the main pillars which enablesCRYOSTAR to experience the success it does today.In terms of the markets we serve there are industrial gas, natural gas, liquefiednaturalgas,clean energy and hydrogen markets. CRYOSTAR offers customers everything from centrifu-gal trailer pumps to large hydrocarbon turbines – all state-of-the-art.Our customers are also diverse. They range from global industrial gas companies and engi-neering firmstolocalshipyardsandutilitiesanddistributorsofindustrialgas.Weservethemfrom CRYOSTAR centres located in France, China, Singapore, Britain and across the USAand via an international network of agents.CRYOSTAR’s service offerings are equally diverse ranging from traditional to fully managedmaintenance agreements which contribute to plant reliability.But above all is the diversity of our people. Not just the twenty different nationalities, atCRYOSTAR diversity cuts across a huge range of issues – equal opportunities, nationality,gender, race..Such diversity is reflectedineverythingwedo.Itisrepresentedthroughour Code of Conduct.It gives CRYOSTAR a unique perspective in the global market. It fuels innovation withinthe company. It promotes flexibility as a work ethos. It encourages the CRYOSTAR team totackle every commercial and technical challenge. It is what makes CRYOSTAR successful inall the markets we serve.Diversity is nothing if not a quality issue: that we try to employ the best people regardlessof their background; that we respond to different markets and customer needs on as flexiblebasis as possible; and that we believe in developing our products and services to suit custom-ers’ ever-changing requirements.And the proof of the power of such diversity? CRYOSTAR has grown significantlyoverthepast four years and we expect to turn over
90 million in sales in 2005.In CRYOSTAR we consider achieving such growth is thanks to our diversity, the customerswe serve, and thanks to the dedication of our 280-strong workforce – highly qualifiedandhighly motivated people, all.Daniel MEYERPresident
Working hand-in-glove withhydrocarbon process customersNewsIntroducing the LAZAMATICCRYOSTAR in Asia PacificDriving down the cost of dry dockGBSD pumps in rangeEventsTools and datas
Autumn 2004
Behind the scenes
In the first six months of 2004Cryostar received orders for 14expander re-compressor units,all equipped with active ma-gnetic bearings. This machinetype is called MTC. Among itscustomers are Daelim, Toyo,Aker Kvaerner Engineering &Technologies and Japan GasCorporation (JGC).In every case, dedicated projectmanagers ensure a smooth part-nership between the customer,the end-client and Cryostar. Allcabinets and related softwareare entirely engineered by Cryo-star. This is a real advantage asit simplifies the workflow of aproject.During any hydrocarbon pro-ject, a team of highly skilledCryostar engineers will analysethe customer’s requirements inminute detail.This allows for the cryogenicexpander to be designed for per-fect integration into a customer’sprocess. This involves impellers,nozzles and diffusers being cus-tomised for individual projectsusing the latest state-of-the-artengineering tools.Cryostar engineers design thenozzles, diffusers, machine com-ponents (with the exception of the bearings), related auxiliarysystems and the wheels.The wheel is engineered toachieve optimum efficiency in awide range of operating condi-tions. Since high reliability, withminimal shutdown periods, isa staple customer requirementaround the world, each wheel isrigorously tested and analysed.At an early stage of the order,a modal analysis and resonanceassessment are done. Once thewheel is fabricated, the predic-tions of the finite element analy-sis are verified using real-timeinterferometric holography.Every cryogenic expander isalso adapted to conform to thehazardous zone specified by the
Before any product is designed, tested, delivered and installed for customers, Cryostaris a hive of behind the scenes activity. Here, Cryostar Magazine looks at the cryogenicexpander offering for hydrocarbon processes...
Working hand-in-glove
 hydrocarbon process customers

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