Stainless Steel ASME Air Tanks for Heavy Duty Trucks
Hanson Tank is a trusted manufacturer of stainless steel air tanks for heavy-duty trucks. Our dedication to quality means all of our air tanks are tested twice to ensure they are in good working condition. All of our tanks conform to SAE J10B specifications and come with NTP threaded ports.
Hanson stainless steel tanks offer resistance to corrosion much better than carbon steel, which is prone to rust. Moisture and most other contaminants do not affect the metal, especially when it is passivated after manufacture. Although the mill finish is acceptable to many, bead or other media blasting gives a smooth and uniform appearance to the finished product, requiring no paint.
For complete protection, supports and other items are also made of stainless steel. Stainless steel has very good tolerance of low ambient temperatures, which is necessary in Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Hanson Tank manufactures pressure vessels in 304, 304L, and 304/316 grades. We have shell plate, tank heads and finished tanks in stock in many diameters and grades.
The Role of ASME Air Receiver Tanks
A necessity to any compressed air system, stainless steel air receiver compressor tanks aren’t just for temporary storage; these tanks promote the efficient performance of your systems, as well. Due to their importance to the air system and the massive air pressure they contain, you need to make sure the one you have is built and tested strictly to the ASME pressure vessel code..
Receiver tanks act as a reservoir of compressed air, which you can use in case the compressed air system hits peak demand. The air tank compensates for the increasing demand for air, as well as balances the supply of the compressor system. Its air storage can be used in case there is an increase in usage.
The tanks also remove water from the compressor system by cooling the air and reduce pulsation in the system. Pulsation usually occurs due to a reciprocating compressor or a cyclic process downstream.
Apart from ensuring your compressed air system runs efficiently, receiver tanks also play a vital role in determining the location and type of tanks required. There are two types to keep in mind: the primary tanks (located near the air compressor system; serves as a storage reservoir) and the secondary tanks (located farther away from the compressor systems but are close enough to devices that require air).
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Air Receiver Tanks for Trucks
Hanson Tank’s stainless steel air receiver tanks improve your trucks’ performance by saving you from the hassle of turning on the compressor system when you only need air for a few seconds. You are also free to equalize the air pressure using the tanks’ start/stop switch.
We carry a variety of air receiver tanks, with volume capacities that range from 30 to 8,000 gallons, for several types of applications. Some of our tanks have enough storage to withstand sudden air pressure fluctuations, others were designed to improve speed or torque, and more still boast a high flow-rate into the air compressor system.
If you are uncertain about the type of tank or the size that is right for your truck, our systems specialist can offer recommendations. We can also help you figure out which receiver tank suits your requirements well..
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Hanson Tanks helps you select a stainless air receiver tank type for heavy-duty trucks. Our inventory carries some of the highest-quality, corrosion-resistant tanks on the market today. Take your pick from our available models to get the quality you deserve without breaking the bank.
Learn more about our selection of stainless steel air tanks for trucks. Get in touch with us today for more information about our selection of air receiver tanks.