Our main business line is custom-designed ASME code pressure vessels. We carry the “U” stamp manufacturing to Section VIII Div1. We have a lot of experience in custom-designed welded and machined fabrications. We can also do anything that is not code stamped. If it’s fabricated from metal, we can build it. We call this work “non-code.” We DO NOT fabricate LP, gas, septic, fiberglass, plastic, or mass-produced air compressor tanks.

No, we do not make end caps or tank heads. We purchase them from suppliers that specialize in forming tank heads. The forming of tank heads is an art all its own. Each pair of heads is custom-made to the size you order. Smaller heads of standard size, shape, and thickness are kept in stock at the head supplier’s warehouse for immediate shipment.

No, we do not stock tanks of any size for immediate purchase. We are a custom-designed tank shop that specializes in built-to-order from exact specifications.

No, we do not have a standard drawing. Since we do not have standard tanks that we frequently build, we do not have a standard drawing. We have a spec sheet you can download and fill out to send to us so we can quote your specific needs.

Yes, we can repair your existing tank. We can repair it whether it is an ASME code tank or a standard “non-code” tank. We carry the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors’ “R” stamp for doing certified repairs on pressure vessels. All tanks shipped to us for repairs must undergo an aggressive wash-down and clean cycle. Documentation of the wash down must be supplied with the tank.  MSDS from service must also be provided with the tank.

OFFICE hours are from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday and 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Fridays. Office phones may be answered between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm. FABRICATION plant is open Monday through Thursday, 6:00 am to 4:30 pm. Fridays are reserved for overtime.

Yes, we work to ASME code inspection requirements, specific customer requirements, and our rigorous quality demands. All jobs that leave here are finally inspected for accuracy in meeting the print requirements before a hydro test is done.

Yes and No. We do in-house dye checking (PT) to ASME standards. We also bring certified X-ray (RT) contractors to take “shots” on almost every vessel we produce. Occasionally, we subcontract for ultrasonic (UT) and magnetic particle (MT) inspection of welds when specified.

Every tank that is designed for pressure or liquid storage is tested. Those vessels either get a full-of-water (FOW) test or a pressurized test at 1.3x the design pressure. We use city-supplied water tested every six months for ppm of chlorides.
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