Pressure Vessels

Pressure Vessels

Pressure Vessels, more than most other fabrication projects, require specialized skills, knowledge, and testing, not only because they’re put under stress that other common storage vessels and tanks will never have to endure, but also because they are most often required to store materials that can have catastrophic consequences if mismanaged. If you’re in the market for custom pressure vessels, you’ll need a team behind you that is aware of and experienced in mitigating these risks through stringent safety and quality standards.

Fabricating the largest and most complex pressure vessel equipment and packaging solutions.

Alberta-based CESSCO Fabrication and Engineering Ltd, has a history of pressure vessel fabrication that dates back to 1948 with experience in metal stress relieving since 1965. CESSCO works with a variety of industries including oil and gas, petrochemical, pulp and paper, mining, fertilizer, cement, and green technologies.

While they specialize in pressure vessels that range up to 36 feet in diameter, 400 feet in length, and 750 tons in weight, CESSCO can and has taken on projects of all sizes, and they’ve become well-known for taking on unique pressure vessel fabrication projects that challenge them to create innovative solutions. Additionally, CESSCO has one of the most capable custom metal fabrication shops in western Canada producing pressure vessel components and parts.

Quality is a critical component of safety when it comes to pressure vessel fabrication, and CESSCO understands this. They adhere to the highest industry standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Alberta Boilers Safety Association. CESSCO is also certified to ISO 9001:2015.

With a history of tackling some of the largest, heaviest, and most complex pressure vessels in North America, decades of experience, and a reputation for design integrity, quality workmanship, and customer service, CESSCO is many people’s first choice for pressure vessel fabrication projects.

Learn more about CESSCO Fabrication and Engineering and their long history of pressure vessel fabrication and engineering.

Savico Ltee. offers unparalleled flexibility and diversification.

Savico Ltee. strategically located just 45 minutes from Montreal, QC, Canada, offers unparalleled flexibility and diversification despite a smaller capacity. With access to international seaports, railway, and road transport, Savico is well-positioned to serve a global market.

Savico specializes in pressure vessels, heat exchangers, and API 650 storage tanks, and holds ASME Sec. VIII Div. 1 (U) certification and an R-stamp from the National Board for shop and field repairs. Our capabilities include fabricating equipment up to 40 tons in weight, 17 feet in diameter, and 120 feet in length.

Our diverse portfolio includes reactors, boilers, separators, filters, columns, and heat exchangers, as well as FCCU cyclones, trickle valves, and other refractory lined parts.

We work with a wide range of materials, from standard P1 Carbon and Low Alloy Steels to Stainless Steels, High Alloy Steels, and exotic alloys such as Duplex and Super Stainless Steels, Nickel and Nickel Alloys, Zirconium Alloys, and Carbon-Molybdenum and Manganese-Molybdenum Steels.

Savico has collaborated with industry leaders such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, Saudi Aramco / SABIC, GE Power, SUEZ / Veolia, Rio Tinto, ArcelorMittal, Dow Chemicals / Fluor Corp., and Emtrol-Buell, among others.

Committed to the highest QA/QC standards, Savico is a trusted partner for pressure retaining equipment fabrication and repair, offering innovative solutions tailored to meet the most stringent requirements.

Learn more about Savico’s diverse portfolio and unparalleled flexibility.

Over 100 years of combined experience in pressure vessel manufacturing.

Tex-Fab Inc. is based in Texas and has been supplying pressure vessels to the oil and gas and petrochemical industries since 1973. Built from the ground up, Tex-Fab Inc has become one of the most well regarded fabricators in the United States and has developed a reputation for doing what other Gulf Coast pressure vessel fabricators consider impossible. This has led them to work with companies like Aux Sable, Worley, Exxon-Mobil, Shell, and many others.

Tex-Fab fabricates pressure vessels compliant with the codes: ASME Sect I, ASME Sect VIII (U) Div. 1 & 2, and they hold a National Board of Pressure Vessel Inspectors R stamp for repairs. The most common materials they work with include, but are not limited to, carbon steel, stainless steel, Hastelloy, Chrome-Moly, and Alloy clad carbon steel.

Tex-Fab is equipped to fabricate pressure vessels of up to 250 tons in weight, with an 18-foot diameter, and with a maximum length and width of 150 feet overall, as well as rolling capabilities of up to 11” thick.

Tex-Fab can handle it all. Whether that means forming steel plate rolled into cylinders, cones or many other shapes, hot forming or cold forming plate, or shipping projects to remote areas, Tex-Fab has the expertise to deliver quality products to your specifications.

Learn more about Tex-Fab Inc and their drive and ambition to do the impossible, and do it well.