ASME Pressure Vessels
We design and fabricate carbon steel or stainless steel pressure vessels to meet quality standards.
Pressure vessels are designed to hold liquids, vapors, or gases at high pressures.
Customized to your specs
ASME Accredited Facility
Southeastern Construction is an ASME Accredited facility with decades of experience designing, fabricating, assembling, and inspecting custom pressure vessels to meet Section VIII Division 1 standards. At our 12 acre, 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility in West Central Florida, we have the professional drafters, welders, and fabricators needed to create your custom heavy pressure vessels to your sizes or applications.
Examples of ASME pressure vessels that can be fabricated:
- Blowdown tanks and blowdown drums
- Water softeners and zeolite water softeners
- Ethylene loading drums and KO drums
- Suction scrubbers
- Molecular sieves dehydration units
- Air receivers and instrument air receivers
- Propane storage tanks
- Flash tanks
- Fuel gas drain tanks
- Aqueous ammonia storage tanks
- Anhydrous ammonia storage tanks
- Heater tanks
- Drain tanks
- Closed cooling water head tanks
- Cooling water expansion tanks
- Steam turbine drain tanks
- Surge tanks
- Hydropneumatic surge tanks
ASME Pressure Vessels are designed, fabricated, and delivered to your facility worldwide.
- Meets ASME Boiler and Pressure Section VIII Division 1 or Division 2
- Meets ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1, and AWS D1.6 Standards
- Overweight, oversized, super load pressure tanks
- Designed and fabricated to meet quality standards
ASME Pressure Vessel Dimensions
ASME pressure vessels and tanks are fabricated in various sizes to accommodate different capacities and assist you with the specific requirements of your application. We offer several choices in diameters for heavy wall tanks and ASME pressure vessels and tanks, ranging from 36″ to 192″.
- 36″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 1,000 gallons (typically used for low-pressure applications, such as air receivers or small-scale industrial processes).
- 48″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 5,000 gallons (commonly used in small to medium-scale industrial applications).
- 72″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 20,000 gallons (suitable for larger industrial applications).
- 96″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 50,000 gallons (typically used in large-scale industrial applications).
- 120″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 100,000 gallons (commonly used to store pressurized gases or other materials).
- 144″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 200,000 gallons (suitable for large-scale industrial applications).
- 192″ diameter vessels and tanks: Capacity up to 500,000 gallons (often used to store or transport large volumes of pressurized materials in heavy industry).
ASME Pressure Vessel Industries Served
We serve the exact needs of facility operators, EPC contractors, general contractors, OEMs in multiple industries.