Pressure vessels

Pressure Vessels
Pressure Vessels, metal tanks are usually cylindrical or spherical to hold or perform chemical processes of liquids or gases that can withstand various loading (internal pressure, or external pressure and vacuum inside). The main standard for designing these is Vessel Tanks ASME Section VIII  developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and reviewed every four years. The main use of these reservoirs is in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
These tanks are used as compressed air storage in the industry, Water storage, Boilers, Storage of gas, Chamber under pressure, Distillation towers, Nuclear reactor tanks, Submarine air tanks, Pneumatic tank, Hydraulic reservoir under pressure, Storage tanks for liquid gases such as ammonia, Chlorine, Propane, Bhutan, LPG,… are being used.