• Pressure Vessels

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    For even the most demanding environments in the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetics, Food and Chemical industries

     

    Key Benefits:

    • 316L grade stainless steel construction is durable, easy to sterilise and re-useable, for long service life and greater ROI.
    • High level finishing - to an exceptional average surface finish of 0.4 micrometers Ra - leaves no pits or crevices for bacteria to store.
    • Full material traceability for international pharma-quality compliance: Material Grade, Surface Finish & TSE certification available upon request.

     

    Product Information:

    • Solutions up to 25L.
    • The types of pressure vessel we offer are:
      - Vessel with internal pressure
      - Vessel with internal vacuum pressure
      - Pressurised heating or cooling jacket
      (with liquid in the jacket, with no pressure in the vessel)
      - Pressurised vessel with pressurised liquid heating jacket
    • Options include a sensor to ensure that product volume never falls below a certain level, and a mobile frame for more efficient transportation to your cleaning station.

     

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    Please note that to fall within the necessary Sound Engineering Practice specifications,
    Volume multiplied by Pressure must be equal to or less than 50.

    For Example:
    50 litres of product x maximum 1 bar of pressure, or 25 litres of product x maximum 2 bar of pressure

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    What is a Pressure Vessel?

    A mixing or formulation vessel that can withstand higher than atmospheric pressure. Our technical team ensures that the vessels are absolutely safe to operate, to prevent implosion or explosion. Pressure can be caused by:

    • Fumes generated by the product itself.
    • Inert gasses, which some customers pump into their mixing process, to protect their product from being compromised by exposure to oxygen.
    • Customers also often use pressure to evacuate their vessel.

    How is a Pressure Vessel Different from Other Pharma Hygiene Products Solutions?

    Water Jackets are most commonly where pressure gets introduced. Each Jacket must be reinforced according to specialist engineering calculations, to ensure it will be able to withstand the pressure generated by the product.

    Jackets are most often reinforced, for example, with additional banding and dished vessel bases to prevent implosion or explosion.

    What Types of Pressure Vessel are Available?

    • Vessel with internal pressure
    • Vessel with internal vacuum pressure
    • Pressurised heating and/or cooling jacket
    • Pressurised vessel with pressurised liquid heating jacket

     

    Our technical team are available to support your team in recommending the best solution, to perfectly suit your customers’ requirements. Contact us today >>>