Another successful capital project designed and fabricated by Palmer Tool for a large chemical company. After fabrication, the tank was radiographically tested per UW-52. At our customer’s request, Palmer also designed and built the support frame shown from 8” I-beams. Palmer holds U and R stamps from ASME to fabricate and repair pressure vessels – Carbon, Stainless, Inconel, Titanium, and other materials.
About the Project
- Carbon steel tank
- Capacity 2800 gallons @ 150 psi
- Built to ASME Section VIII Division I
- Stamped and registered with the National Board.
- Flanged head
- 12 flanged outlets (sizes ranging from 2” to 8”)
- 2 sight glasses
- 1/4″ thick rubber lining applied to inner tank walls
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About Palmer Tool
Palmer Tool completes critical jobs on-time and on-budget. Since 1966, Palmer has taken on jobs that other shops and contractors either didn’t want, or just couldn’t do. We can fabricate parts in our shops, visit you at your plant, or meet you at on-location (ie. logging, mining, construction, etc.). From the toughest repairs to the most complex new assembly, we’ve seen and done it all. Over the past 50+ years, Palmer has maintained our reputation as a trusted expert welder and fabricator of non-ferrous alloys in demanding applications (high pressure + high temperature chemical plants). Our hard-facing applications, and robust designs, have successfully extended the service life of countless industrial “extreme service” components, saving our clients money! Palmer Tool and Contractors provide on-call emergency services 24/7, because we understand that in manufacturing “the clock never stops”.