Manufacturing Of Pressure Vessel

What Are Pressure Vessels? ___________

The term "pressure vessel" refers to a sealed container in which liquids, vapors, or gases are contained at significantly higher or lower pressures than the atmospheric pressure.

Division I ___________

The pressure of these vessels can be derived either from an external source, such as an external source of fire, or from a direct or indirect source of heating, and the vessels may be fired or unfired.

Division II _____________

Division II requirements on materials, design, and nondestructive examination are much more stringent than division I requirements.


There are many complicated processes involved in the fabrication of pressure vessels. The fabrication of vessels involves cutting, bending, welding, and assembling metals under controlled conditions.

Safety Requirements _____________

In order to ensure safety on the job, pressure vessel manufacturer in Australia follows the safety standards set by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

Welding and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels _____________

It is explained that ASME's BPVC Standards Section VIII is responsible for governing the pressure vessel manufacture (and fabrications) and consists of three divisions.

Pressure Vessel Fabrication Process _____________

In order to assemble or fabricate and tack the welded metal parts in place during the construction of pressure vessels some or all of the following steps may be necessary in order to assemble or fabricate the welded metal parts.