ASME Pressure Vessels

As a distributor of ASME Pressure Vessels, we provide our customers with the best carbon or stainless steel ASME approved pressure vessels when they need them, where they need them and for the right price. Pressure vessels are designed to hold liquids or gasses at elevated pressures (above atmospheric pressure). The models that we supply can be pressurized to as much as 400 psig. We distribute our vessels in all sizes up to 50,000 gallons. Customized specifications such as orientation, fitting type, size and placement and lining/coating options provide our customers with a top-rated pressure vessel to meet their containment needs.

All ASME Pressure Vessels are shipped to our customers fully assembled and pressure tested.

ASME Pressure Vessels
ASME Pressure Vessels
Movable Pressure Vessel
Movable Pressure Vessel


Size Range
From 500 to 50,000 gallons
Pressure Range
Up to 400 psig
Pressure Vessel Geometry
All ASME Pressure Vessels are stationary cylindrical tanks which can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
A variety of coatings are available for Carbon Steel models including:

  • Paint
  • Primer
  • Potable Water Coating
  • Special Epoxies
  • And more!

Multiple types of linings are also available.
Fitting Options
Threaded Fittings
Flanged Fittings
Common Applications
Air Tanks
Filtration Systems
Fire Protection
Petroleum Tanks
Industries Served
Chemical Plants
Furniture Plants
Textile Plants
Industry Certifications
Vessels meet ASME Pressure Vessel Code and are registered with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessels Inspectors. ASME certified welders and welding materials are used to fabricate these tanks.
Quality Control Standards for Pressure Vessels
  • Third-Party authorized inspector must check:

    • Drawings, calculations and checklists prior to fabrication;
    • Fit-up of vessel prior to welding;
    • Final weld inspection;
    • Witness hydrotest;
    • Sign checklist and "U" form;

  • All materials must be properly identified:

    • Plate, heads, structural steel, pipe, etc. must be identified and be traceable to a mill test report;
    • Miscellaneous pressure parts such as couplings, flanges, etc. must have proper markings such as material grade, size, etc.;

  • All welders and weld procedures must be qualified to ASME Section IX. A log must be kept to continue the welders' qualifications.
  • All tanks are hydrostatically tested by filling with water, removing all air and pressurizing the tank to 1.3 times the maximum allowable working pressure.
  • An ASME "U" form is signed by the manufacturer's representative and third-party Authorized Inspector and a copy filed with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors, the customers and if the installation location is noted on the U-form, the state in which the vessel is being installed.
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