Halvorsen Company: An ASME Pressure Vessel Manufacturer and Designer -Call 1-800-423-7080 for Pricing or a Cost Estimate
The Halvorsen Company constructs, fabricates, builds, designs, manufactures, tests, inspects and ships ASME code pressure vessels at competitive and sensible rates. We engineer and design pressure vessels in conjunction with our fabrication manufacturing and services.
Because the Halvorsen Company has developed high-quality control systems for the manufacture, fabrication and assembly of ASTM and ASME code compliant pressure vessels that conform to, or exceed, industry standards, we are not usually the lowest bidder for a pressure vessel manufacturing contract. When it comes to manufacturing pressure vessels, quality workmanship, technical standards and safety take precedence over the lowest price and cheapest rates. We utilize cost-effective pressure vessel manufacturing techniques that minimize our labor rates and operating costs. The pressure vessel design software we use provides outstanding fabrication productivity and safer design features.
The prices and fees we charge for pressure vessel manufacturing services are competitive with other pressure vessel manufacturing companies located in the United States. Our services include the design, engineering, manufacturing, construction, fabricating, assembly, calibration, non-destructive examination, metallurgical evaluation, dimensional inspections, testing and delivery of pressure vessels, tanks, boilers and related components.
Call 1-800-423-7080 or email Justin Frick at email@example.com to request a quote, pricing or a cost estimate for manufacturing and fabrication services for pressure vessels, flash drums, steam drums, settler vessels, pulp and paper steaming vessels, boiler drums, boilers, ASME flash pipe vessels, knock-out pots (vapor–liquid separator), steam accumulators, storage tanks, ASME/ASTM pressure vessels, cooker vessels (jacketed steam-cooker vessels) and components.
Our pressure vessel cost estimates, upon request, can list different price points based on capacities, packing and painting features, flat cover plates, external attachments, valves, end closures, manways, welded components (fittings, shells, heads and pipings), flanges, nozzles, shells, reinforcing pads, adapter seals, locking rings, sizes, walkways, retaining rings, head assemblies, bearing plates, sealing plates, consumables and spare parts, support saddles, thrust rings, backing strips, tubesheets, side ports, forged parts and components, shapes, raw materials, ladders, stairs, wall thickness and shipping options. If you are interested submitting a purchase order or contract for a pressure vessel, ASME code vessel, tank or boiler, please email it to The Halvorsen Company Estimation Engineer, Justin Frick at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to provide a quote for your pressure vessel design, engineering and fabrication requirements.
We specialize in fabricating custom pressure vessels, stripper columns, pressure reactors, ASME separators, heat exchangers, distillation towers, knockout drums, stripper towers, oil and gas pressure vessels, storage vessels for liquified gases, pressure vessels used as separators and pressure vessels for refineries made from carbon steel, stainless steel, low-alloy steel and high-alloy steel, ASME SA516 Grade 70 Carbon Steel Plate and other materials. Watch our video titled “Pressure Vessel Manufacturing” on YouTube. We are constantly challenging our engineers to achieve cost, performance and safety goals through the use of a best practices approach and the latest and newest industry steel pressure vessel design, engineering and manufacturing technologies. We can provide cost estimates for the complete project of manufacturing a pressure vessel and/or list prices for each step of the vessel manufacturing process.
Halvorsen operates two pressure vessel manufacturing facilities in Cleveland, Ohio. Watch our YouTube Video Titled “2 Cranes Lifting Pressure Vessel at Halvorsen Manufacturing Facility” >
Our clients have been contracting with Halvorsen to purchase pressure vessels and our fabrication services for decades based on our engineering, design and manufacturing prowess. Click here for information on pressure vessel manufacturing and fabrication cost estimates, quotes, pricing, rates and expenses. Pressure vessels can be dangerous to operate, so our customers rely on our designers and engineers to use the best construction materials and incorporate numerous safety features related to fatigue, fracture and leaking before bursting. During the pressure vessel design and engineering process, we often suggest to our clients features that can decrease the production cost while still maintaining quality standards. We manufacture pressure vessels use to store, manage and transport hazardous materials, chemicals,and biomass as well as pressure vessels that contain water, steam and radioactive waste. We have been manufacturing reliable boilers (pressure vessels) for the steam industry since 1952 that meet our customer’s tolerance requirements and are delivered and transported to our client’s plants and facilities on time and on budget. Pressure vessels are sometimes called tanks. We manufacture and assemble flash tanks, acid tanks, blow down tanks, ASME code tanks, ASME compliant tanks , compressed air tanks, mixing tanks, condensate tanks, filter tanks, separator tanks, cyclone tanks and expansion tanks. During some fabrication projects, our customers will request that we apply powder or chemical resistant coatings to the outside or inside of the tanks and pressure vessels that we engineer, design and manufacture. Per SSPC (Society for Protective Coatings) standards, we blast with media that includes glass beads, sand and metal beading. Pressure vessels can be classified as Type I, Type II, Type III and Type IV. The Halvorsen Company primarily manufactures all metal and steel pressure vessels which are considered to by Type I. Pressure vessels can be manufactured in different shapes, including spheres, box, cylinders and cones. Most of our customers contract with us to manufacture cylindrical pressure vessel which incorporate a shell or cylinder and heads or end caps.
The Halvorsen Company uses a wide range of pressure vessel quality (PVQ) steel plate to fabricate, manufacture and produce welded pressure vessels, boilers and other high pressure applications. The materials we use include PVQ516 (Grades 55, 60, 65, 70), ASTM A516-70 Plate, A-36/SA-36, SA-516-70/SA-516-70N, SA-514/SA-517, A516/70 and C-1045. The PVQ steel plates that we use can be normalized or stress relieved. We use PVQ steel because it can possesses excellent welding capabilities. The Halvorsen Company fabricates boilers and pressure vessels and their accompanying forgings with pressure vessel quality steels that also exhibit outstanding notch toughness.
We build closed containers that are designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially different from the ambient pressure. Halvorsen is a premier manufacturer and supplier of ASME code pressure vessels. We provide 100% radiographic testing and inspection (RT-1) services, spot radiographic testing and inspection (Spot RT) services, post weld heat treating (PWHT) services and also insulate pressure vessels. Some pressure vessels that we manufacture in Cleveland, Ohio are also furnished with platforms and ladders. We often install internal tray rings in the pressure vessels we fabricate. On type of pressure vessel we manufacture will induce a chemical reaction at high pressure. Another type of pressure vessel we construct causes flash evaporation occurs inside the pressure vessel, which is also called a flash drum.
Halvorsen fabricates pressure vessels in many different shapes, sizes, widths and lengths. We often weld sections of cylinders and cones. The most frequent request from our customers is for the custom manufacture of pressure vessels fabricated from cylinders that use 2 endcaps or heads. The most important thing at Halvorsen is that we ensure that the pressure vessels we manufacture will be operated safely. Our customers trust that we are experts at fabricating safe pressure vessels based on the design code called the ASME BOILER and Pressure Vessel Code.
We also handle the logistics for the safe delivery and transportation of the pressure vessels, settler vessels (pressure vessel separators), knock-out pots (vapor–liquid separators), knock-out drums (vapor–liquid separators), stripper tower pressure vessels or stripper columns, flash drums (vapor–liquid separators) and liquified gas storage vessels and tanks that we manufacture for natural gas processors and other oil and gas companies that utilize and produce oil, gasoline, butane, ammonia, chlorine, LPG, propane and diesel fuels.
To talk to us about our ASME pressure vessel fabrication services, call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email email@example.com.
We produce many types of ASME Code pressure vessels and tanks including:
- Stainless Steel
- Nickel Alloy
- Carbon Steel
- Steam Drums
- Ammonia Tanks
- Filter Tanks
- Storage Tanks
- Process Tanks
- Refractory Lined Vessels
We construct pressure vessels to the precise requirements of our customers. We are considered an industry leader for providing expert engineering services and the production of custom ASME fabricated process tanks, towers and pressure vessels. When our customers need custom fabricated process tanks, storage tanks and pressure vessels they rely upon The Halvorsen Company to fabricate these products to their exact specifications. We provide metallurgical consulting services to those customers that require expertise in the application of high performance alloys. Click here to learn about the Halvorsen Company’s code tank, A.S.M.E. code tank and pressure vessel custom manufacturing and fabrication services.
We follow the ASME organization’s requirements outlined in the revised and updated 2010 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code in order to follow safety design rules along with rules related to the construction, operation, testing and maintenance of pressure vessels, boilers, transport tanks, nuclear power plant components and other pressure systems.
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We supply petrochemical manufacturers, paper and power industries, refineries, the military and other valued customers with products that are designed and built to their exact specifications. We are one of the most respected manufacturers and suppliers of stainless steel and carbon steel and alloy pressure vessels. We specialize in fabricating pressure vessels to comply with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Sect. I, Sect. VIII Div I and National Board “R” stamp. Our expertise in ASME Code construction provides our customers with a high level of confidence in our ability to meet their most stringent requirements.
Our custom pressure vessel fabricating services supply diverse industries with vertical and horizontal vessels, towers, storage tanks, ammonia tanks, steam drums, deaerators, DOT transport vessels and autoclaves. Our capabilities include pressure vessel plate processing and the design and fabrication of large diameter tanks weighing up to 75 tons. We fabricate pressure vessels and tanks that meet ASME standards from materials such as stainless steel, carbon steel, nickel, Inconel®, Monel®and duplex stainless steel.
Halvorsen Company also offers services to manufacture components for pressure vessels such as; rolled and welded cylinders for shells and jackets, heads, cones and transitions. These components can be provided assembled with partial data reports. Components can then be shipped to your facility for final assembly.
To submit a design or CAD drawing, request a quote or submit an RFQ, ask a sales engineer a question, discuss your current project, place a fabrication order or to schedule a tour of our facilities, please call 1-800-423-7080 and ask for Justin Frick or a Sales Engineer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.