Cryogenic liquid gas available for use throughout our five states and surrounding areas

Our cryogenic services include transportation of liquid gases; bulk tank installation, rehab, and repair; as well as on-site installation of system inspection, regulatory compliance consultation and system maintenance.

Rocky Mountain Air ensures our technicians are certified in medical gas installation, maintenance, repairs, management and other welding processes so that you can be confident that our work is quality and will meet all existing regulations.

Hospitals, labs, manufacturing sites, food preservation and more are just a few of the industries that make use of our cryogenic gases. Contact our experts to set up a transition plan for your business.

Related Gases: Argon, Helium, Nitrogen, Oxygen

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do we need to install a bulk tank?

    Our Cryogenics team is certified in Health Care Installation and Health Care Facility Design, making sure that we can help you identify the specifics behind your gas service, pressure rate, flow rate, and manifolds you need to best serve your business. Our highly trained technicians will work closely with you to determine your needs so that all installed equipment will meet your usage – preventing long term over-buying and wasting of resources. Call us today to start the conversation!

  • How soon can we install the cryogenic system?

    Our process typically starts with a conversation with one of our certified cryogenic technicians where we will discuss and determine the needs of your project. Their extensive training in Health Care Installation and Health Care Facility Design ensure that they can provide you with the best solutions for your system needs. We then follow up with a site evaluation to ensure we build the system that meets the specific requirements of your business. During this evaluation, we’ll also determine the overall completion and installation schedule for your new cryogenic system to ensure that we stay on schedule and on budget throughout our process. Prior to installation, we’ll be completing any pre-work necessary to build, test, and prep your new system for site installation so that you can trust that it will work effectively right from the start.

  • I’m having an issue with my cryogenic system, what do I do?

    Give us a call! With our 24/7 on-call service, you can count on our certified and highly trained technicians to repair your system as soon as there is an issue. We understand that a system failure can halt your business, and our team is prepared to get you up and running as quickly as possible.