Industrial pressure vessels are meticulously constructed enclosures that hold gases or liquids at pressures higher than the surrounding air. These industrial pressure vessels serve a variety of functions in both the industrial and private sectors. The majority of industrial pressure vessels are cylindrical or drum-like in shape, with stainless steel walls. When properly polished, this material resists corrosion and is generally very easy to keep clean — one of the most important criteria in the food and beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Pressure vessels, on the other hand, can be built in any shape or form as long as they can maintain the required internal and/or external pressure.
Pressure vessels are enclosed containers that are carefully constructed to hold gases or liquids at different pressures than the surrounding air. These vessels serve a variety of functions in both the industrial and private sectors. The fabrication and operation of pressure vessels are inherently dangerous.