Extremely Cold: Liquid nitrogen is incredibly cold, with a boiling point of approximately -196 degrees Celsius (-321 degrees Fahrenheit). This extreme cold makes it useful for a wide range of applications. Colorless and Odorless: LN2 is colorless, just like the air we breathe, and it has no discernible odor, which makes it relatively inconspicuous. Nitrogen
What kind of liquid nitrogen dewar are you looking to rent?
Vapor Shippers: These unique dewars are for transporting biological samples in a controlled container safe for travel via car, carrier, or even air. They are equipped with an absorbing material that soaks up the liquid allowing for safe travel.
Main Purpose: Shipping/Transporting
Volume: 3-5 Liters
Static Hold Time:13-23 days
Dewars/Sprayers: These open top dewars are for storing and using liquid nitrogen for longer periods of time. Common uses include science projects, culinary research, bearing shrinking, and more. Liquid within the dewar is easily accessed by pouring or using a ladle.
Main Purpose: Research/Fun/Projects
Volume: 4-30 Liters
Static Hold Time: 3-20 weeks
Sample Storage: These dewars are basically specialized dewars that have stainless steel color coded canisters that hold samples and are easily accessed. Sample storage dewars can be used to hold racks of boxes or the canisters can hold canes for 1/2 cc straws.
Main Purpose: Biological Storage
Volume: 11-45 Liters
Static Hold Time: 7-18 weeks
Supercooling Water: Materials: Liquid nitrogen A container Boiling water Safety gloves Safety goggles Procedure: Pour some liquid nitrogen into a container. Heat a small amount of water to near boiling. Carefully pour the hot water into the liquid nitrogen. Observation: The hot water will instantly freeze upon contact with the liquid nitrogen, creating a cloud
Liquid nitrogen, often referred to as LN2, is a fascinating substance with a wide range of applications that extend far beyond the laboratory. This super-cold, colorless, and odorless liquid has been revolutionizing industries and scientific research for decades. In this post, we will explore the incredible benefits of liquid nitrogen and how it’s transforming various
Exploring the Hidden Dangers of Liquid Nitrogen: A Comprehensive Guide Liquid nitrogen, a colorless and odorless cryogenic fluid with a boiling point of -196°C (-321°F), is widely used in various industries, from scientific research to gastronomy. While it has numerous practical applications, it also poses a range of dangers that must be understood and managed