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The scientific world makes a lot of use of liquid Helium. Helium is a gas that can be gained from natural gas or from other natural sources. It is such a volatile gas, that it even leaves the atmosphere when released. Therefore, Helium is hard to take hold of, exhaustive and because of that, valuable. This is why Helium systems mostly have to be produced as closed devices. Helium is made liquid; the coldness is used, whereupon the warmed gas can be returned into the so-called liquefier and be used again in liquid state. During the application of liquid Helium, single- or multiple transfer lines are being used. For multiple transfer lines, many process pipes have one joint vacuum envelope. It is very important to handle the possible influence of temperature amongst these process pipes with great care.

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