Outstanding Pressure Vessel ManufacturersJune 24, 2014
We’ve been manufacturing pressure vessels for a wide variety of customers since 1935. We take pride in building pressure vessels designed to store, and/or transport gasses and liquids under high pressures and high temperatures.
Our capabilities include complete ASME engineering design for both code and non-code pressure vessel manufacturing.
Our pressure vessels are designed and fabricated to meet our customer’s needs with strict adherence to both ASME National Board and PED/CE International safety rules and regulations. We also test to these standards. We provide our customers with all material test certificates (MTRs) and ASME forms with every pressure vessel we make.
Materials we use for ASME Pressure Vessels
Our ASME certified pressure vessels are fabricated in:
- Stainless steel
- High alloy materials like 200 & 300 series SS
- 2205& 2207 Duplex SS
- Hastelloy alloys
- Carbon steels
Conforming to ASME
We conform to ASME Section VIII and TUV:
- Welding to ASME section 9
- Secondary surface finishing includes:
- Sand blast & Paint
- Passivation and Electro Polished Finish
- Hydrostatically Tested – Vacuum Leak Testing
- Skid Fabrication and Assembly
- Codeware – Compress ASME code calculation software
Customers first from start to finish
At BEPeterson our pressure vessel manufacturing staff consists of experienced engineers, project managers, a highly skilled fabrication team and a quality group to ensure a pressure vessel manufactured to meet our customer’s expectations.
They are available to help you in all phases of pressure vessel manufacturing including:
- Initial engineering
- Layout design
- Final testing
- Quality inspections and documentation
We have a reputation of continually exceeding our customer’s needs and expectations. When you partner with BEPeterson for pressure vessel manufacturing you’re partnering with one of the best manufacturers you can find.
BEP & Pressure Vessel MarketSep 29, 2020
VP of Business Development Dan Szczurko joins the podcast to discuss the pressure vessel business & market segmentation. Furthermore, he gives an overview of the sales process from a customer's perspective.