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Stainless Steel Storage, Mixing and Process Vessels

Master Engineering has extensive experience in building stainless steel mixing & process vessels for pharmaceutical and other sanitary applications in the food and beverage industry.

Many different jacket designs have been developed at Master Engineering to suit specific heating and cooling requirements on different stainless steel vessels.

All these designs have been well tested in operation and high heat transfer rates have been achieved at an economical rate.

Food & Beverage Process Vessels

Our Vessels have features such as:

Stainless Steel Storage and Mixing Vessel Features:

  • Manway
  • Vent
  • Outlet
  • Anti-foam inlet
  • Sample cock
  • Sight glass
  • Light glass
  • Tubular gauge glass
  • Thermometer pocket
  • C.I.P. inlet and spray-ball
  • Level probe connections
  • Agitator bridge
  • Lifting lugs
  • Adjustable ball-feet
  • Shell dimple
  • Bottom dimple jacket
  • Insulation
  • Welded cladding
  • Access ladder
  • Contents system
  • Agitator is designed to suit your particular mixing duty
Stainless Steel Mixing Vessels

Our Quality Directives

Master Engineering understand the need for high quality standards (BS EN 1090, ISO9001:2015), our pressure vessels are manufactured to exacting specifications, and where applicable run in accordance with the following directives :

ASME stands for American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a non-profit organization that promotes art, science and multidisciplinary engineering while encouraging collaboration across all engineering disciplines. ASME also serves as the leading international developer of standards and codes used to regulate the mechanical engineering industry.

ASME code – also known as ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code or BPVC – is the standard that regulates the design, development and construction of boilers and pressure vessels utilized in a variety of industries.

Why is ASME Code Important?

Finding a heating system that adheres to ASME’s BPVC is important for a number of reasons, including:

1. Safety

ASME’s Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code was established in the early 1900s following two devastating boiler explosions that took place at factories in Massachusetts. Since then, the BPVC has provided guidelines that have helped to prevent accidents by making steam boilers and other mechanical engineering equipment safer.

2. Quality

ASME industrial heaters and boiler systems that are ASME stamped have been thoroughly inspected and have met the quality and safety standards established by the Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code. By purchasing a system that adheres to BPVC code, you can feel confident that you are investing in a high quality piece of equipment for your plant or facility.