Chanderpur Group

Pressure Reaction Vessel Manufacturer in India

A pressure vessel is basically a container created to keep a liquid or gas under high pressure. Some examples of common pressure vessels are propane tanks for the home gas grill, the tank for the air compressor in the garage, or a hot water tank. You can get these from top pressure reaction vessel manufacturers to fulfill your needs. Here are some general uses of these pressure vessels for industrial purposes:



  1. Storage vessel: Storing liquid or gases is the most common use for pressure vessels. Storing liquid or gases such as petroleum products, chemicals, or even air or water at high pressure. All storage vessels are designed so that a particular product can be safely kept that would be compromised if it is exposed to another element or the air outside of the vessel. 
  2. Heat exchangers: Heat exchangers are another very common type of pressure vessel. Heat is usually a waste product that needs to be released from an industrial process or is needed in order to make a chemical process feasible. Heat exchangers enable heat to be released from one process and used for another, separate, process.
  3. Process vessels: A process vessel is a pressure vessel where a process such as chemical reactions is carried out that results in a fundamental change in the overall contents in that pressure vessel. These can be processes such as merging one or more products together to form a new product, breaking down a product into one or more different products, and drawing aspects of an existing product to create something else.
  4. Fractional distillation: This is a type of process vessel that is used to split a mixture, generally some sort of chemical compound, by heating it until one part (or fraction) of the mixture vaporizes through the distillation process. This process functions for complex chemicals or mixtures because various elements within a mixture have different boiling points.


Chanderpur Group is India's leading pressure reaction vessel manufacturer that engineers high-quality pressure vessels for commercial and industrial use. Visit our website to get more information. 

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