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Pressure Vessels

Pressure Vessels

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Pressure vessels are very commonly used in the industry. We design, manufacture adn supply pressure vessels, air receivedrs and gas storage tanks as per the requirement of customers. We are having more than a decade of experience in fabrication of pressure vessels and air receivers.

We are manufacturing low pressure, high pressure and medium pressure vessels for variety of applications. Material of construction is generally kept as per customer requirement although mild steel and stainless steel is being used in majority. We are having strict quality policy to adhere with from beginning of design to final painting of vessels.


There are several types of pressure vessels we manufacture, each designed for specific applications.

  • Boiler Tanks: Used in steam generation systems and heating applications.
  • Storage Tanks: Store liquids, gases, or compressed air for various purposes.
  • Process Vessels: Designed for chemical, pharmaceutical, and manufacturing processes.
  • Heat Exchangers: Used to transfer heat between fluids, also known as Reactor vessels in some cases

We at AIRRO manufacture Pressure vessels which are typically made from various materials, depending on their application. Common materials include:

  • Carbon Steel: Cost-effective and suitable for most applications.
  • Stainless Steel: Resistant to corrosion, making it ideal for corrosive environments.
  • Aluminum: Lightweight and ideal for low-pressure applications.
  • Exotic Alloys: Used for specialized applications with extreme conditions.

Technical Specifications:

The size and capacity of a pressure vessel depends on the volume of fluid or gas it needs to contain, and we design accordingly.

Factors to consider include diameter, length, and overall dimensions. Another factor to consider is THICKNESS, we have a range from 6mm (about 0.24 in) to 70mm (about 2.76 in).