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(Attn. Steve E.)
   Pressure Vessel
Sales Representative


PO Box 356, San Dimas, CA 91773

E-Mail: steve@pressuretanks.biz


 


 

Size

Max. 
Pressure

Weight

Part# / Drawing#

Price

Epoxy 
Lining

Price

Delivery
(approximate
time may vary)

     

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Carbon
Steel

Adder
with
Manway

304 Stainless
Steel with
carbon steel
support

 

30 Gallon

300 psi

115 lbs

AVL-30-16-300

$1380

-

$3150

4 to 6 weeks

     16" X 39"

300 psi

113 lbs

EVPV30-16-CS-C1-300C

-

4 to 6 weeks

 

 

 

 

60 Gallon

250 psi

176 lbs

EVPV60-20-CS-C1-250C

-

4 to 6 weeks

      20" X 49"

300 psi

201 lbs

EVPV60-20-CS-C1-300C

-

4 to 6 weeks

80 Gallon

250 psi

216 lbs

EVPV80-20-CS-C1.5-250C

-

4 to 6 weeks

      20" X 63"

300 psi

255 lbs

EVPV80-20-CS-C1.5-300C

 

4 to 6 weeks

 

550 psi

406 lbs

EVPV80-20-CS-C1.5-550C-L

 

4 to 6 weeks

 

 

 

 

120 Gallon

165 psi

249 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-165C

4 to 6 weeks

120 Gallon

200 psi

269 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-200C

4 to 6 weeks

24" X 65"

250 psi

339 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-250C

4 to 6 weeks

 

300 psi

344 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-300C

4 to 6 weeks

 

400 psi

493 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-400C

4 to 6 weeks

 

400 psi

519 lbs

EVPV130-24-CS-C2-400C

4 to 6 weeks

 

550 psi

616 lbs

EVPV120-24-CS-C2-550C

4 to 6 weeks

 

 

 

 

200 Gallon

200 psi

380 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-200C

4 to 6 weeks

      30" X 72"

200 psi

488 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-200C-E

4 to 6 weeks

 

250 psi

460 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-250C

4 to 6 weeks

 

300 psi

548 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-300C

4 to 6 weeks

 

400 psi

747 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-400C

4 to 6 weeks

 

550 psi

1031 lbs

EVPV200-30-CS-C2-550C

4 to 6 weeks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




OVERVIEW

Virtually every industrial building in the USA has an air receiver, air tank installed somewhere in it. The usual function of an air system is to transmit energy generated at a single source to different areas of a facility. The air receiver stores and delivers air pressure when the compressor is not running, and also serves as a pulsation damper and moisture trap.

 Vacuum receivers act in a similar manner, except that the system imparts suction at the point of usage. Bottling and canning plants are examples of facilities where vacuum handling systems are used. Vacuum receivers do not need to be built to meet the ASME pressure vessel code. However, if code construction is required by the user, and an access manway is called for, one suitable for 15# external pressure must be installed.

Because of its compressibility, air can store large amounts of energy which can be dangerous if released suddenly, for example if a air tank or vessel ruptures. The rules for the design and construction of air receivers are therefore very stringent, and our air receivers are built and tested strictly to the ASME pressure vessel code.

Most smaller air receivers are made with a platform on top for the compressor to mount on. These are known as "Pump Mounts", and are built to withstand the vibrations of the pump and motor. Some are made for two compressors, with supports that extend to the ground. These are known as "Duplex" units or "Duplex Air Tank".

Air receivers that are installed separately from the compressor, are called "Remote" air tanks. These are usually bigger in size, and part of a system that can include a dryer and other equipment. To save floor space, they are usually vertical.

Air tanks can range in size from 10 gallons to 20,000 gallons and larger. However, 240 gallons through 2000 gallons sizes are more typical.
We manufacture a comprehensive range of industrial air receivers in all sizes and in working pressures up to 3000#.

These are some of the air receiver tank models only, please call for other sizes.

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