Estanc manufactured it’s first pressure vessel in year 2001. By today we have risen to a position where our pressure process equipment is represented in petrochemia-, energy-, food-, chemical-, mining-, farming- and in pulp and paper industries. Our range of pressurized tanks includes: reactors, evaporators, deaerators and feedwater tanks.
We put our focus on long-term client relationship, which makes high quality our top priority along with good customer service. We also keep in mind competitive price and developing our technological processes. In addition to forementioned we put maximal effort into timeliness of the projects to earn our clients trust.
Thanks to our wide product range our clients benefit from ordering big projects from us. In addition to pressure vessels our clients can add to the projects: pressure less vessels, heat exchangers, scrubbers, chimneys and pipings.
How do we ensure the quality of pressure tanks ?
To ensure the top quality and timely delivery we have added to our team welding engineers and in-house quality specialists. Additionally we work with NOBOs for NDT tests. Our high quality of products is guaranteed by various certificates that you can find here.
We believe that we can differ from our competitors in our level of expertise and high quality of the full service. In-house design and project management divisions are responsible for our products technical capabilities and the successful go-through of the projects in accordance to our clients expectations.
- First stainless steel pressure vessel: manufactured in 2003
- First welding overlay vessel: manufactured in 2016
- Biggest in-house manufactured pressure vessel diameter: 6,5 m
- Longest vessel manufactured in-house: 47 m
- Heaviest in house manufactured pressure vessel: 190 t
- Vessel with the highest working temperature: 562°C
- Vessel with the biggest pressure: 355 bar
- Thickest material used thusfar: 50 mm
- Vessel with the biggest cubage: 857 m3
- Vessel with most manhours: 13,200 manhours
Blow Down Vessels
Two Blow Down Vessels supplied in May 2020 and shipped to Belgium. The 115,000kg equipment's maximum allowable operating temperature varies from -46°C to 215°C and the material thickness from 50mm shell to 72mm blocking ring. In addition to the vessels, our scope was to supply ladders and platforms, according to the customer's given structural specification.
Project videos of pressurized tanks
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