1060 Gallon Air Tank Horizontal with Saddles ASME Coded | 155 PSI | A10368

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  • Configuration Horizontal
    Pressure Rating 155 PSI
    Tank Size 660 - 1060 Gallons

    all steelfab tanks are fabricated and shipped from their plant in virginia.  all made to asme standards and can be customized for any application.

    about the manufacturer; samuel pressure vessel group (samuel pvg), part of the family of samuel companies, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of pressure vessel solutions. with a heritage that includes steel fab, silvan industries, northland stainless, and lzr fit, samuel pvg's fabrication abilities are virtually limitless.

    we offer a wide range of capabilities in fabricating stock, custom and engineered-to-order vessel designs. materials include carbon, stainless steel and other high alloy metals. vessel fabrications range from 6” to 192” in diameter, up to 160,000+ pounds and pressures from fully vacuum to 3,000 psi.

    samuel pvg employs over 400 asme-certified welders combined with in-house customer care and engineering teams. whether you need an ongoing supply program for small standard vessels or have a one-time requirement for very large engineered-to-spec pressure vessels, our experienced team is ready to assist you.


    • overview & technical details

      • finish
        external primer
    • dimensions & weight

      • dimensions (l)(w)(h)
        48 x 144
      • weight (lbs)
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