Pressure Vessels

Edanbrook is a renowned designer of coded pressure vessels, shell and tube heat exchangers, and columns. All materials come directly from reputable factories or 3.2 certified manufacturers duly audited by reputable inspection bodies. Competent design, high-quality raw materials, and a skilled workforce ensure precision engineering of all-important pressure vessels.


Gas Storage Vessels

Edanbrook has built a strong reputation for impeccable quality and absolute reliability in the designing of Pressure Vessels, Column and Shell, and Tube Heat Exchangers. Our experienced staff develops these devices using the latest software and according to international standards such as ASME. Per PD 5500, IS 2825, PED 97/23/E.C., A.D. 2000-Merkblatt, EN 13445, PESO SMPV Rules 1981, IBR (Indian Boiler Regulation 1950), API 650 or customer requirements.


Vessels for Water Treatment Plants

For the last ten years, Edanbrook and their partners have been producing high-quality rubber linings (Natural Rubber/Butyl/Ebonite/Neoprene Etc.). Internal stainless steel construction, including screens and screens, sidewalls, stairs, platforms, Etc. We also manufacture spherical vessels used for condensate polishing. Edanbrook has supplied complete water treatment plants to many leading facilities in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and Africa.


Vessels for Refrigeration & Cryogenic Applications

Edanbrook engineers stainless steel vessels used to transport liquefied gases at -1960°C. The construction material is generally SS 304. We also manufacture carbon steel vessels used in refrigeration for applications from -40°C to -60°C. These vessels build typically SA 516 Gr 60/70 and SA 537 Class I & II.


Vessels for ship building Industry

Different classes like the American Bureau of Shipping, RINA, DNV, and LRS have approved Edanbrook and its partners. P.V. (I) has been exporting bulk storage tanks to shipyards worldwide. We have supplied bulk storage tanks to shipyards in Saudi Arabia, Italy, China, Romania, Singapore, and the USA. Edanbrook is also providing refrigeration equipment used on ships. Construction material varies from SA 516 Gr. 70 to SA 537 Cl—I & II.