Pressure vessel

Pressure vessel

A pressure vessel is a closed container designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially higher or lower than the ambient pressure. Examples include glassware, autoclaves, compressed gas cylinders, compressors (including refrigeration), vacuum chambers and custom designed laboratory vessels.

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About pressure vessel and its types?

The types of pressure vessels according to their function are storage tanks, boilers, heat exchangers, and process vessels. A pressure vessel may be spherical or cylindrical. Cylindrical vessels are more common, and their heads may be hemispherical, ellipsoidal, or torispherical.

What does a water pressure vessel do?

  • Pressure vessels are most often used in domestic waterworks applications.
  • Their main function is to balance and maintain a constant pressure in the water distribution system.
  • They serve as water tanks and protect your pump from frequent switching, which could lead to rapid wear.