Whether you are looking for a pressure vessel to store liquefied gasses, maximize the utilization and production of gasoline or diesel, or support the oil refinery process, you need to know that vessel can meet your products’ design pressure and temperature needs.
At Samuel PVG, we’ve spent the last four decades supporting both the oil and gas industries—and our vast range of custom-engineered pressure vessel solutions have earned quite the leading reputation. Not only do our vessels meet the separation, filtration and high-pressure storage needs of the gas industry, but we also offer vessels that support the oil removal and refining processes.
Samuel Pressure Vessel Group: At-a-glance
Custom and engineered-to-order vessel designs ranging from 2” to 192” in diameter (with overhead lifting capacity up to 160,000 lbs)
- Blow down tanks
- Flash tanks
- Condensate tanks
- Two and three phase separators
- Expansion tanks
- Air receivers
316/304 stainless, 2205, Hastelloy, Inconel, Alloy 20, Monel, AL6XN, Carbon Steel
ASME (U, U2, and UM), CRN, PED/CE, GOST/TRCU
ISO 9001: 2015 Standard
The Samuel Difference
Our facilities are trusted by many of the world’s largest oil and gas companies. Here are just a few reasons why:
- Extensive experience. When it comes to pressure tanks and vessels, our team has seen it all over the last four decades, and we apply that knowledge to every application. We will save you time and money by effectively anticipating your needs, providing solutions that align with your design and process expectations and keeping manufacturability top-of-mind.
- In-house component manufacturing. We manufacture our own components, including heads, man-ways, flanges, supports and a variety of vessel internals, as well as ladders, platforms and other ancillary components. Eliminating third parties from the process allows us to stay within your timelines and budget while ensuring our parts are of the highest quality.
- Custom inspection test plans. We understand how important documentation is in the O&G space, which is why every project comes with an inspection test plan comprised of the appropriate documentation to meet your needs.