PRESSURE VESSELVessels that holds a gas or liquid at a pressure exceeding atmospheric pressure inside
Classification by function of pressure vessel
Heating or cooling action
|Heat-resistant, pressure-resistant vessels for chemical treatment such as synthesis, decomposition, sublimation, and extraction under high temperature and high pressure.
|A vessel for heating or cooling water, oil, process fluid, etc.
|A vessel that heats raw materials for paper-making, food-making, etc., or cooks together with chemical liquids.
|To sterilize food, medicine, medical equipment, etc. by boiling or steam with vessel used to sterilize and disinfect.
|Vessels for removing impurities contained in fibers, etc
|Vessels in which fibers and dyeing solution are placed in a vessel and dyed while being heated by steam.
|Vessels that heats and improves the material by adding sulfur to rubber, etc.
Reaction and evaporation
|Vessels in which steam is generated by a chemical reaction, an atomic nuclear reaction, etc.
|Vessels that evaporates, separates, and condenses components in a multi-component liquid.
|Vessels for evaporating and separating liquid components.
|Vessels for evaporating and separating the target ingredients by adding a solvent to the mixed solution.
Retaining hot fluids
|Vessels that accumulate steam from a boiler and release it as needed.
|Vessels for heat recovery of boiler water, etc.
|Vessels for removing dissolved gas contained in boiler water supply, etc.
|LIQUEFIED GAS STORAGE TANK
|Vessels for storing liquefied gas (LPG, etc.)
|HOT WATER HEADER
|Vessels for receiving hot water that exceeds the boiling point and distributing it to each required location.
Other pressure vessel
|Compressed air storage tanks, such as MAIN, AUX EM'CY, etc., as devices mounted on the ship.
|Vessels that distribute and supplie AIR as a facility such as a dust collector.
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