The CryoDoser is the premier liquid nitrogen (LN2) dosing system utilizing advanced cryogenic technology and PLC programming.
Three sensors detecting line speed, timing, and bottle presence allow the system to detect all lines speeds, including high speeds, to dispense a precise dose of LN2 into every container every time.
The LN2 gasifies and is either trapped in the container to add rigidity or escapes with oxygen to inert the headspace.
How it Works
LN2 is supplied to the CryoDoser by a standard 10ft (3mt) vacuum insulated CryotechFlex hose (various lengths available) and flows into the dosing head.
A 24vdc PNP sensor detects the speed of the line (encoder compatible for higher speeds); a second 24vdc PNP sensor detects the presence of a container.
When a container is detected, the dosing head opens and dispenses an exact amount of pure LN2.
Using LN2 in Your Production Lines
Our CryoDoser systems are easy to operate and can be integrated into new or existing lines.
System integration can be done by Cryogas to supply LN2 from bulk tank or liquid cylinder.
Our design versatility allow to use both rigid and flexible vacuum insulated piping system to transfer the liquid nitrogen from large bulk storage tanks or portable dewars to the LN2 systems in customer production plant.
Saves MONEY! Our piping system is using advanced static vacuum insulation technology for cryogenic transfer, thus helping to reduce liquid nitrogen consumption cost by 50% within the food and beverage industry.
Features of the CryoDoser
Flexible Dosing Arm – allows the dosing head to be installed at any angle
Quick Service Automatic Defrost – eliminates most freeze ups in less than ten minutes
Precise Dosing – delivers consistent, accurate dosing over all lines speeds
Discrete Dosing – up to 1200 containers per minute
Discrete or Continuous Dosing – change over defined by user
Vacuum Insulated Technology – the most efficient use of LN2
SoftDose Compatible – Cryotech’s proven technology for hot fill, powder, and granular applications.
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Lightweight PET – reduce the weight of PET for cost and environmental savings
Glass to PET Transition – eliminate glass safety hazards and weight of containers
Bottle Rigidity – maintain bottle shape even with lighter weight containers
Eliminate Paneling – increase the internal pressure to offset paneling issues
Oxygen Reduction – create an inert environment to preserve product freshness
Extend Shelf Life – minimize oxygen levels
Ease of Labeling – consistent bottle rigidity creates an efficient labeling process
Reduce Nitrogen Consumption – measurable and repeatable liquid doses
Maximize Warehouse Storage Space – increasing product stackability utilizes less square footage