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Pressure Vessels Your Way

August 7, 2014

BEPeterson is a major pressure vessel manufacturer of carbon and stainless steel pressure vessels built to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Sect VIII, Div I. Our reputation is so good that many purchasers of non-pressure vessels specify us and our ability to work to ASME standards.

We also have the ability to build vessels to the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive of the EU (PED / CE) and CSA B51 in Canada (CRN).

We work with a range of materials to meet your needs, including carbon and low alloy steels, 300 series, high temperature stainless steel, aluminum, nickel alloys including Monel, Inconel and Hastelloy, plus 2205 and 2507 duplex stainless steel.

We regularly produce pressure vessels for a variety of industries including plastics and rubber, environmental, process, water and chemical filtration, resins, polymers, coatings and adhesives, military, energy including oil, gas and alternative, as well as chemical and agricultural.

Industrial pressure vessel

We offer complete engineering design capabilities so you get exactly the pressure vessels you need, on time and on budget. We happily provide all code documentation to you.

Our design process includes some of the latest computer aided design abilities. Our suite of software includes Compress, AuotCAD Inventor, and the latest edition of AutoCAD and 3D modeling which can save you significant money by avoiding prototyping.

We can also work from your files because we can accept and work with DWG, ASCI, DXF, IGES files.

We’ve been serving industry with outstanding metal fabrication since 1935 – and we’d be delighted to show you just what we can do in meeting your needs for the finest of pressure vessels.

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