Introduction to Pressure Vessels
A pressure vessel is a sealed container with pressure, which is mainly used for the transmission of some fluids. The use of pressure vessels requires certain safety operation procedures, and the reasonable and correct use of pressure vessels can ensure the safe operation of pressure vessels and reduce the occurrence of pressure vessel accidents.
There are many classification standards for pressure vessels. The more common ones are the classification of manufacturing materials, design pressure, temperature classification, and classification of shape and process usage.
According to the manufacturing method of pressure vessel, it can be divided into five types: welded pressure vessel, forged pressure vessel, riveted pressure vessel, cast pressure vessel and combined pressure vessel.
According to the materials used in pressure vessels, it can be divided into three types: steel vessels, non-ferrous metal vessels and non-metal vessels.
According to the pressure of the pressure vessel, it can be divided into low pressure vessel, medium pressure vessel, high pressure vessel and ultra-high pressure vessel.
According to the storage temperature of pressure vessels, it can be divided into low temperature pressure vessels, normal temperature pressure vessels and high temperature pressure vessels.
According to the working principle of the process in the pressure vessel, it can be divided into four types: reaction vessel, heat exchange vessel, separation vessel and storage vessel.
In addition, it can also be classified according to the way of use of pressure vessels, divided into stationary pressure vessels and mobile pressure vessels.
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