HIGH QUALITY ASME VESSEL, DESIGNED FOR A MULTITUDE OF INDUSTRIES
SUITABLE FOR A WIDE RANGE OF APPLICATIONS, INCLUDING ASME APPROVED STORAGE, FILLING, AND EMPTYING
THIELMANN 13 Gallon ASME Pressure Vessels are constructed using high quality stainless steel (AISI 316L) and are designed to serve a wide range of applications across many industries, such as; the Oil and Biofuel, Biotechnology, Chemical, Health and Beauty, Pharmaceutical, Hygiene and the Food and Beverage industries.
They are suitable for applications under pressure, including stationary filling and emptying, and, as part of our extensive customization options, a large variety of fittings and connections are also available and can be selected from our catalogue.
Pre-tested and available now from stock, THIELMANN Pressure Vessels assure total quality and complete peace of mind.
THIELMANN Small Industrial Containers fit seamlessly into most processes and applications across a diverse range of industries such as:
Food and Beverage
Restaurant and Catering
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