Lethal Service Pressure Vessels by BEPetersonJanuary 2, 2015
According to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC), lethal service pressure vessels “contain fluids of such a nature that a very small amount mixed or unmixed with air is dangerous to life when inhaled.” Lethal service pressure vessels are designed to store and contain lethal gases and poisonous liquids that can cause irreparable harm to people.
As a renowned lethal service pressure vessel manufacturer, BEPeterson provides inimitable solutions for this product.
Our Solution Driven BEPeterson Lethal Pressure Vessel Manufacturer
As an ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility, we at BEPeterson take immense efforts to ensure that the lethal service pressure vessel manufacturing process meets ASME regulations as well as the customer’s lethal service requirements.
We can meet unique design and fabrication requirements thanks to our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. We utilize the latest in design and modelling software and technologies. In the design and build of lethal pressure vessels we use the following software: Codeware, Solid Works and Autocad. We accept schematic diagrams from clients, and can work in the following electronic formats:
The BEPeterson designers and engineers can design and fabricate the vessels in the desirable size and shape, as well as meet requirements for internal, external, and atmospheric pressures. We utilize the following materials to manufacture our pressure vessels:
- Carbon and low alloy Steels
- Inconel & Hastelloy
- Nickel alloys – Monel
- 300 series & high temp SS
- 2205 & 2507 Duplex SS
We can also provide lethal service pressure vessels in many material finishes and weld finishes. We have the capabilities to produce vessels with the following specifications:
- Up to 3″ Thickness
- 100″ Overall Length
- Pressures up to 3,000 PSI
- Up to 13″ in Diameter
- Overall Weight up to 40,000 lb.
At BEPeterson, we work closely with our customers to ensure the vessel meets their application requirements. Special attention is given to each vessel so that various types of custom requirements can be met, including:
- Types of fittings
- Wall thickness
- Non-destructive testing
- Vertical and horizontal configurations
Our lethal service pressure vessels undergo rigorous quality and inspection procedures. Every vessel receives an ASME stamp, which indicates that the vessel meets all ASME design, construction and testing guidelines.
BEPeterson is your complete solutions provider when it comes the design and manufacturing of lethal service pressure vessels. With such services, you will never have to look anywhere else.
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