Energy saving tips for those using liquid nitrogen vessels.
- Due to the construction of a aluminium vessel, it is an shell on the outside, a vacuum and an inner shell. The outer and inner shell are only connected around the lid of the vessel. If you have a unit on castors still try to move the unit as infrequently as possible. Any movement can put pressure on the connection between the outer and inner shells and over time compromise the vacuum resulting in a greater liquid nitrogen consumption.
- Keep a log of the nitrogen loss of each vessel you own. If nitrogen losses increase over time or vary between manufacturers, models or users contact your gas supplier or Wolflabs for input on ways that nitrogen loss might be reduced.