We can also provide Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for pressure vessels that do not fall under standard ASME rules.
At BEPeterson, we have the engineering and fabrication staff to meet each of these standards. We also can provide design for non-code vessels and tanks.
Pressure Vessels Designed to Code
We design pressure vessels to Section VIII standards. This means the design, fabrication, inspection and certification of pressure vessels that operate at internal or external pressures exceeding 15 psig.
Our engineering and design services are done in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 and ASME requirements. Our system of engineering reviews and customer approvals means that both client and code requirements are met.
Designing a Customer’s Vessel
BEPeterson can design your pressure vessel based with a minimum amount of input data. You can use the Vessel Quotation Checklist to complete as much information you have available. Send the Vessel Quotation Checklist to BEPeterson and we will do the rest. BEPeterson will design your pressure vessel to the latest ASME code to ensure the highest manufacturing standards for performance and safety.
Our Design Software
We use COMPRESS® software, the engineering productivity tool that models, calculates and creates reports for ASME pressure vessel design.
We create our fabrication drawings in SolidWorks® 3D Tools, AutoCAD® and AutoCAD Inventor®.
Our engineering capabilities include:
- Pressure vessel design – ASME and non-code
- Tank design
- ASME vacuum furnace design
- 3D modeling
We can accept electronic data files in formats:
When you partner with BEPeterson for all your pressure vessel needs, you partner with the best.
- Vessel Thickness :
- Up to 3″ Thickness
- Vessel Length :
- Up to 100′ OAL
- Vessel Pressure Range :
- Full Vacuum to 3000 PSI
- Vessel Diameter :
- Up to 13′ Diameter
- Overall Vessel Weight :
- Up to 40,000 LBS.
- Jacketed Vessels :
- Dimpled, Half-pipe, Std.