We supply horizontal air receiver tank here at Taman Perindustrian Puchong.
|Air capacity (Litres)
|Max Working Pressure
|with JKKP design approval
|with hydrostatic test certificate
What happens during hydrostatic test for the horizontal air tank (Puchong)?
Conducting a hydrostatic test on a 250-liter air tank is crucial to ensure its structural integrity and safety. This test involves pressurizing the tank with water for 30 minutes to verify its ability to withstand the designed pressure, confirming its suitability for storing compressed air safely and efficiently in various industrial applications.
During the test, inspectors closely observe the vessel for any signs of leakage, distortion, deformation, or other structural issues.
After the 30 minutes test period, the pressure is gradually released, and the vessel is depressurized. Inspectors not only observe the vessel for signs of leakage or distortion under pressure but also carefully monitor its behavior during depressurization. The depressurization phase is crucial, as it allows inspectors to detect any delayed deformation or structural issues that may arise as the pressure is released, ensuring a comprehensive assessment of the vessel’s integrity.
A JKKP officer will oversee the testing process and issue a certificate afterward.
Air receiver tank at Puchong (Horizontal)
The hemispherical tank heads ( also known as dished), are formed separately and welded to the cylinder body. This contributes to the tank’s strength and pressure-resisting capabilities
The cut pieces are welded together using appropriate welding techniques, ensuring strong and secure joints. Weld quality is crucial to prevent leaks and maintain the tank’s structural integrity.
1. Install air compressor bare head and motor
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