Knowledge Base Articles tagged [pressure-vessel]


Pressure Vessel Specification

Pressure vessel specification is in accordance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.


Pressure Vessel Inspection, Testing, Painting, Marking, Preparation for Shipping and Storage

Pressure Vessel Inspection, Testing, Painting, Marking, Preparation for Shipping and Storage


Pressure Vessels with Thickness Greater than 1.5 inches Material, Design and Specifications

Pressure vessels with wall thickness greater than 1.5" (38 mm) should comply with the additional requirements specified herein, in addition to “Specification - Pressure Vessels”, which should apply to carbon steel, clad carbon steel, and stainless steel materials. The appropriate ASME Section VIII, Division 2 paragraphs should be substituted for ASME Section VIII, Division 1 referenced paragraphs,


Requirements for Clad Pressure Vessels

Clad Pressure vessels should comply with the additional requirements specified herein, in addition to “Specification - Pressure Vessels”, for the design and fabrication. Thickness of the stainless steel cladding or weld overlay should not be included in the pressure design, unless specifically approved prior to fabrication.


Requirements for Marine System Pressure Vessels

Marine System Pressure Vessels should comply with the additional requirements specified in this specification, in addition to “Specification - Pressure Vessels”, for the design and fabrication. When designated on the pressure vessel data sheet as a MARINE SYSTEM pressure vessel, such pressure vessels will also be required to meet the requirements as described in 46 CFR Part 54.


Pressure Vessel fabrication

Pressure Vessel design, fabrication process and technique


Pressure Vessels engineering and design

Basic in Pressure Vessel engineering and design