Pressure vessels are engineered and constructed with the same strict adherence to project details of API 650 and 620 requirements. The ability to apply our vast knowledge of tank construction techniques to these specialty projects ensures customer satisfaction from project conception to completion.
For pressure vessel fabrication, Matrix Service follows strict quality control measures and testing procedures to produce safe, compliant vessels and components. To meet these stringent client requirements, we maintain ASME U Civ. 1, U2 Div. 2, P, S and B31.3 stamps as well as NBIC R certifications.
Our vessel and specialty fabrication experience includes trayed towers, columns, separators, reactors and regenerators (FCC, CCR, HTU, SRU and Amine), scrubbers, absorbers, stacks, containment structures and ducting. These vessels and structures are designed to withstand harsh, high-pressure and high-temperature environments such as refining, natural gas, chemical, pulp/paper and food industries.
Matrix Service provides pressure vessel fabrication from facilities in Oklahoma, California and Washington and is well acquainted with all areas of international shipping. Our established relationships with dedicated trucking companies, freight handlers, LTL carriers, railroads and barging companies make streamlined transport a given for any project. Our largest fabrication facility at the Port of Catoosa in Oklahoma offers direct barge access to the Gulf of Mexico.