Pressure vessels are containers designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially different from ambient pressure. They are at the core of process plants and they can be very simple (e.g. tanks) but can also be very complex (e.g. reactors for nuclear power stations), depending on the application.
Delta Costruzioni Meccaniche has more than 50 years of experience in manufacturing pressure vessel equipment for API production, fine chemical, and the dietary supplement/fragrance industries.
Because of the potential danger involved, pressure vessel design and construction are always regulated by external authorities. Each pressure vessel is built with calculation codes and certification procedures in place.
In order to provide customers with a flexible and customized design, Delta Costruzioni Meccaniche has earned many certifications over the course of its 50 years in the business, including:
Customization is not only available for the pressure vessel design, but also for accessories that can be installed on the vessel, such as:
The tank is a simple but important pressure vessel. In chemical plants, it is used as storage for liquids or gasses, but it is also used in the production process as a collector or buffer between different plant sections.
Delta Costruzioni Meccaniche has designed and built pressurized tanks based on customer specifications since it was founded. Its skilled and flexible technical department is able to fulfill the most challenging requirements.
According to process needs, the Delta tank production range varies widely:
As is the advantage of working with Delta, each vessel can be totally customized according to the customer’s requirements. The following is a partial list of the options that can be installed on tanks:
The same reactor can be suitable for totally different processes depending on the agitator installed in it. As the stirrer is so important, many parameters have to be considered for the design:
Delta can provide reliable support to customers regarding stirrer sizing and design, thanks to its extensive experience in this area.
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are one of the most popular types of exchangers due to the flexibility of the design that allows for a wide range of pressures and temperatures.
A Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger consists of a number of tubes mounted inside a cylindrical shell. Two fluids can exchange heat, one fluid flows over the outside of the tubes while the second fluid flows through the tubes. The fluids can be single or dual-phase, and can flow in parallel or in a cross/counter flow arrangement.
Delta has designed and produced both standard (according to TEMA) and customized Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers since it was founded.
Beginning with the customer’s needs, Delta can thermodynamically and mechanically size the exchanger, using the most common finite elements and parametric software.