ASME Tanks Manufacturers and Suppliers

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Leading Companies:

  • Oak Lawn, IL 800-282-1574

    If you are looking for innovative pressure vessels, you’ve come to the right place! We actively manage your project every step of the way. We keep you informed of what we are doing to ensure we keep up to your standards and delivery times. We will deliver our products on time-every time! Contact us today or visit our website to find out more!

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  • Gladwin, MI 989-426-4768

    Gladwin Tank Manufacturing specializes in custom designed and built ASME tanks and ASME jacketed weldments of any shape or size made from carbon steel, stainless, duplex and nickel alloys.

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  • West Alexandria, OH 937-307-3597

    Rexarc is the global leader in acetylene gas plant production, and is trusted in over 50 countries around the world with the generation, purification, and compression of the highly volatile gas. We have the knowledge, attitude, equipment, and processes to support your needs in the vessel production. We also offer value added services of piping, instrumentation, paint, and other controls integration.

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  • Springfield, MO 417-459-9906

    Sho-Me Fabrication, LLC is a Missouri based pressure vessels manufacturer. We are a leading and trusted manufacturer, providing the best service and products in the industry. Our highly skilled and experienced workers have quick turnaround with high quality products. Sho-Me Fabrication is able to fabricate your customized product on site or in our facilities. Contact us to see how we can customize a product to fit your needs.

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  • Haverhill, MA 978-469-8280

    EPSI designs high-pressure systems for manufacturing, testing, research and specialized high-pressure applications. With its unique application-specific approach to R&D, manufacturing, and testing, EPSI has built a tradition of excellence in high-pressure engineering and technology worldwide.

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  • Rocky Point, NC 910-675-8999

    Tank Fab is a fully-integrated pressure vessel manufacturer of ASME and API 650 code autoclave systems. Some of our products include ASME pressure vessels and ASME tanks. We have over 30 years of experience designing autoclave systems—trust us with your next project!

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  • Berea, OH 440-243-6800

    Alloy Engineering is ASME code vessel certified and offers extensive expertise in the mechanical design of pressure vessels that will meet rigorous quality standards and procedures. High expertise in the design of vessels fabricated from high-nickel and exotic alloys. Our designs are frequently used in applications with design process conditions up to 1700°F. We also specialize in redesigning current applications to provide more cost-effective and higher performance with longer life.

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ASME Tanks Industry Information

ASME Tanks

Tanks themselves are high pressure vessels in which gases, vapors or fluids are held in order to be transported, mixed or stored.

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History of ASME Tanks

ASME, founded in 1880, strives to put science, learning and the arts first by, among other things, creating streamlined and consensus-based standards. Adherence to ASME standards is usually voluntary. The only scenario in which it is required is if such adherence is written into a contract or incorporated into the enforceable standards of a local, state or federal government agency. However, though it is generally voluntary to create products that meet ASME requirements, it is highly advantageous to do so, as it makes products more universally applicable and useful to a wider market.

These strict standards also make products safer. In addition, ASME standards are continually reviewed and updated, so that manufacturers and engineers are always getting the best, most up to date information and recommendations. All of these benefits apply to ASME tanks. For more information on the ASME tanks and/or to discuss your requirements with a qualified supplier, reach out to one or more of the many wonderful manufacturers listed near the top of this page. We partner with the leaders of and the experts in the pressure vessel and tank industry. For the best, most durable tanks, you can count on them.

Processes of ASME Tanks

ASME tanks may be made using a few different processes, the three most common being brazing, welding and forging. All three processes involve heating metal pieces and joining their molten ends together into the form of a pressure tank. Though the list of standards to which they are beholden is strict, manufacturers still have a lot of different design and material options when designing their ASME pressure vessels, and tanks can be constructed using both standard options and custom options. For example, they may have removable or attached lids; they may be horizontally or vertically placed and they may be located above ground or below ground, depending on the application and depending on whether or not easy access to the tank is required.

Furthermore, if a manufacturer so desires or requires, tanks may be constructed with stands and supports (used to support and prevent the collapse of tanks that are placed on their sides or that are very heavy), with sight glass window (used to monitor fluid inside a tank), with process plumbing or with stairways and/or ladders (for working with large tanks). In addition, manufacturers can render smaller ASME tanks portable by mounting them to the back of a large vehicle like a truck. Finally, available in capacities ranging from 50 gallons to several thousand gallons, ASME tanks may be constructed from materials including aluminum, carbon steel and low alloy steels, stainless steel, nickel, monel and other nickel alloys, titanium, inconel, hastelloy and thermoplastics with high strength properties.

Things to Consider When Choosing ASME Tanks

Before an ASME pressure vessel is sold, manufacturers perform a number of tests and inspections to make sure that it indeed lives up to its endorsement. Some of these tests include: radiography, helium leak testing, positive material identification, impact testing, ferrite testing and hydro testing. Once an ASME tank has been constructed and sent on to its end user, in order to keep the vessel ASME compliant, said end user must conduct regular inspections and maintenance on the tank. This is because ASME pressure vessel standards not only detail design, fabrication and construction, but also installation, use and care.

Tank inspection includes checking for and fixing any cracks, ruptured seams or leaks. This is very important because, due to the nature of pressure tanks, even the smallest cracks or irregularities in a vessel could result in a fire, an explosion or flying shrapnel. To themselves, others and their property safe and prevent larger problems down the line, tank owners must look for and fix even the slightest bit of tank damage.

Standards and Specifications of ASME Tanks

ASME tanks are tanks that have been designed and constructed to meet the standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Specifically, they meet the standards of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC). The ASME code of vessel manufacturing details standards for many different design components, including shape, size, construction, intended pressure level and temperature range. These standards are followed by engineers in many industries, including agriculture, plastic and polymer resin production, coatings and adhesives, rubber production, food and beverage, chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, environmental, water and chemical filtration and energy, oil and gas. ASME tanks are safer and more durable than those tanks not made to a standard.

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