The East Greenville PA facility performs manufacturing and retesting of high-pressure tube trailers, receivers, and skids, and repairs cryogenic and carbon dioxide transport trailers and tank containers.
A stainless steel cryogenic tank container [left] with its head is ready for inspection in Louisville before assembly is completed.
Dedicated ultrasonic equipment is used to test compressed gas tubes.
This cargo tank in the center is undergoing vacuum testing and moisture monitoring. At left, liquid nitrogen is used in the testing of the tank container to determine insulation factors and valve conditions.
This pressure builder manufactured in Louisville is used to heat liquid product and is being installed on a cryogenic transport.
A vaporizer [left] and a 3,000-gallon nitrogen storage tank are used in the Louisville manufacturing facility's testing program.
Cheetah chassis trailers are parked outside the plant prior to installation of compressed gas tubes for Airgas.
Bobby Singleton [left] and Chris Bryant, employees at FIBA Technologies Inc in Louisville KY, apply insulation to a 5,000-gallon ISO tank container being built to haul carbon dioxide. FIBA is based in Millbury MA. The company provides manufacturing, rebuilding, repairing, and testing equipment designed for the industrial and specialty gases, petrochemical, cryogenic, and chemical industries.
Andy Cutts [left], FIBA manager of regional operations, and Andy Hoskins, director of the Kentucky facility, are part of the management team.
After being based in Westboro MA for 30 years, FIBA owners built this new $10-million corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility on 45 acres in Millbury and set up operation there in 2005.