Anderson Dahlen, a leading ASME Pressure Vessel Manufacturer, has extensive expertise in fabricating ASME Pressure Vessels from stainless steel and other corrosion resistant alloys. We have worked with pressures from 15 psi to 2500 psi and combo vacuum/pressure units to 300 psi. If you have an unusual requirement for an ASME pressure vessel, we can deliver design and manufacturing across a wide spectrum of applications. Contact us at (888) 780-4314
ASME Pressure Vessels That Meet The Highest Quality Standards
We have extensive expertise with jacked assemblies, pressure jackets on belt conveyors, screw conveyors, screw feeders, and heat transfer jackets for multiple applications. In addition to ASME certification, we can deliver pressure vessels in accordance with the European Pressure Equipment Directive and also provide pressure vessels for service in Canada, with their complex Canadian Registration Number (CRN) system.
Your ASME pressure vessel requirements, under ASME Section VIII, Division 1 U and R, may include any or all of the following constraints and we will deliver a high quality, safe unit for your application:
- Unusual shapes
- Square vessels or other non-round cross-sections
- Toroidal shapes
- Split in half with a door
- Recesses for explosion resistance
- Mixing vessels that are ASME rated
Turnkey system delivery, efficiency, program management, flexibility, and trust are our main differentiators from our competition. We have the engineering, design, and manufacturing capability to deliver an integrated system around your ASME pressure vessel, provide individual units, or do repairs and alterations. All are done with the highest quality standards and long range cost effectiveness.
Key industries we have supplied many ASME pressure vessels for include:
- Food Processing
- Research and Development
- Advanced Scientific
Anderson Dahlen Offers Many Unique Manufacturing Solutions
As an example of unique solutions you can find with Anderson Dahlen, we have the unique qualification to manufacture combination vacuum and ASME pressure chambers up to 300 PSI. These are becoming more popular to make your vacuum systems more flexible to handle a wider range of capabilities. If you work with vacuum and then with the same equipment work under pressure, this capability can be extremely cost effective.
Need repairs or alterations to an existing ASME Pressure Vessel, we have R-Stamp rated repair facility and processes to meet your ASME requirements.