Steam Accumulator Rectification
Client: Pod Slab Technologies
Project: Steam Accumulator Rectification
Location: Pressure Welding Australia – Workshop
This 50cm3 steam accumulator project was assigned to be rectified and re-certificated. The vessel was originally manufactured of 25mm 407 boiler plate and was tested at 4mpa operational at well over 200 degrees. Other works that were incorporated into the scope were the removal of 200mm nozzles and increasing the size to 250mm along with internal stove piping for the initial charging of the vessel.
- Welding personnel compliant with AS1796
- Welding compliant to AS3992
- Pressure Vessels AS1210
- Pipe Fabrication AS4041
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