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Vacuum, Heated, Cooling and/or Mechanically Insulated

Not only does AET specialize in custom single-wall vessels, we also have a history in providing jacketed vessels/equipment. Given the nature of our business, we keep our Weld Shop, Machine Shop, and Engineering Departments in the same location, which helps to increase communication and expedite the manufacturing process of such tight tolerance equipment.

Our vacuum jacketed vessels can be used with low or high-temperature applications as the vacuum jacket will provide insulation to minimize cold or heat loss. Insulation is critical because the more you minimize temperature loss, the more you increase efficiency in your process. The jackets on our insulated vessels also reduce touch hazards by ensuring a significant difference in temperature between the core of the vessel and the outer surface. Other benefits include reduced condensation and minimal frosting on the outside of the vessel for low-temperature applications. All of our vacuum vessels enable your processes to proceed at peak performance while preventing the outside from accumulating ice and condensation in low temperatures or extreme heat in high temperatures.

Before leaving our shop, each of our insulated vessels is tested to ensure they meet or exceed industry standards. Our team of ASME certified welders proudly provides the highest quality workmanship available and top-notch products for each of our clients.

    Jacketed Vessel types:

    • Vacuum Insulation, With or Without MLI
    • Water / Glycol Room Temperature
    • Heated Elements
    • Mechanical Insulation such as Wool

    Some Industries that utilize jacketed vessels are:

    • Process Equipment / Extraction
    • Cryogenics / Cold Storage
    • Scientific R&D
    • Food/Beverage and Oil-Based Product Manufacturing

     Certified Welders and Processes

    AET is an ASME, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Code Section VIII Division 1 Facility and can provide customers with “U” and “UM” Stamped Vessels. We can also provide NBIC, National Board Inspection Code, “R” Stamp repairs for vessels and components, please see our Repair and Refurbishment services for more information on “R” Stamped repairs.

    ASME Section VIII Division 1 Stamps

    NBIC Certification (National Board Inspection Code)

    Vessel Quotation Request Form

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      Contact Information

      Ability Engineering Technology, Inc.

      16140 South Vincennes Avenue
      South Holland, Illinois
      Postal Code: 60473
      United States of America

      Phone: +1 (708) 331-0025
      Fax: +1 (708) 331-5090
      eMail: sales@abilityengineering.com
      Cage Code: 3W141

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