Roy E. Hanson Jr. Mfg. is an American pressure vessel manufacturer. Pressure vessels are cylindrical containers that hold liquids and gases under pressure; their design and construction is regulated by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Our pressure vessels are built in accordance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC). Every new vessel must be authorized by an inspector and must contain a nameplate with important information about the vessel including the maximum allowable working pressure, maximum temperature, minimum design metal temperature, the name of the manufacturer, the date, the National Board registration number, and the ASME official stamp for pressure vessels. The nameplate marks the pressure vessels official.
All Hanson pressure vessels are manufactured in accordance with ASME Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1 and Section IV. They bear the U-Pressure Vessel or the HLW-Lined Potable Water Heaters stamp, certifying that they are manufactured in accordance with the applicable ASME BVPC Section. In accordance with the code, our pressure vessels are made from carbon steel and stainless steel materials.
Hanson Tank is a manufacturer of pressure vessels (manufactures pressure vessels) for numerous projects on both land and sea. When built by a pressure vessel manufacturer like Hanson Tank, they can hold air, water, propane, refrigerants, or other chemicals. You can find our ASME code pressure vessels in a variety of places including but not limited to the following: Military bases, Ships, Government buildings, Water districts, Wastewater municipalities, Energy and power facilities, Hospitals, Schools, Apartments, Dairies, Manufacturing and industrial properties, Hotels, Motels, Entertainment establishments and more!
Horizontal Custom Air Receivers
Sizes: 20-15000 gallon
Horizontal air receivers are welded and inspected to comply with the ASME code for pressure vessels.
Horizontal air receivers range in size from 8 gallons to 25000 gallons for large-capacity air storage.
Pressure designs vary from vacuum to high pressure (up to 3000 psig).
Hanson Tank has over 50 years experience in manufacturing specialized pressure vessels for the refrigeration industry.
Although the tanks are mostly horizontal, there are smaller vertical units manufactured for the refrigeration systems. The material of the tank is mostly unlined or unpainted carbon steel for the non-corrosive refrigerant storage, such as anhydrous ammonia.
Based on many years of manufacturing practices, ammonia tanks last a long time due to the ammonia’s non-reactive properties to steel.