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Pressure Vessels Manufacturing

June 24, 2014

Since 1935 BEPeterson has been sought after as a pressure vessel manufacturer because we continually exceed our customer’s needs and expectations.

We build pressure vessels designed to store, and/or transport gasses and liquids under high pressures and high temperatures. Pressure vessels must be designed and fabricated by strictly following both ASME national board and PED / CE international safety rules and regulations. We take pride in being a pressure vessel manufacturer that designs, manufactures and tests to all applicable safety standards.

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When you work with BEPeterson to manufacture the pressure vessels you need you can be certain we provide ASME pressure vessels that follow the required code protocol when we design and fabricate your pressure tank or pressure vessel. Our capabilities include complete ASME engineering design for both ASME code and non-code pressure vessel and tank manufacturing.

We fabricate our ASME pressure vessels in stainless steel and other high alloy materials like 200 and 300 series SS, 2205 & 2207 Duplex SS, aluminum, nickel, Hastelloy alloys and carbon steels.

Each of our pressure vessels is fabricated, welded, and tested following ASME guidelines and protocols. All material test certificates (MTRs) and ASME forms are made available with every pressure vessel we manufacture.

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We confirm to ASME Section VIII and TUV:

  • Welding to ASME section 9
  • Secondary surface finishing includes:
    • Sand blast & Paint
    • Polished and Electro Polished Finish
  • Hydrostatically Tested – Vacuum Leak Testing
  • Skid Fabrication and Assembly
  • Codeware – Compress ASME code calculation software

The BEPeterson pressure vessel manufacturing staff of engineers and project managers is available to help you in all project phases including estimating, initial engineering, layout design, fabrication requirements and final testing. Contact us today for more information.