[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”564″ img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”full”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]From 450 litre “mini tanks” to 60,000 litre pressure vessels, IGC have a storage tank to suit the needs of almost any industrial application
Many industrial processes require the use of high pressure gases and liquids, and these must be safely stored in pressure vessels. Using the wrong type of pressure vessels for the application of gas/liquid can present a substantial safety hazard and care must therefore be taken in pressure vessel design and installation and that of the associated production system.
IGC Engineering is an expert in this field. As a supplier and installer of pressure vessels for a range of gases including nitrogen, argon, oxygen and carbon dioxide, IGC has the necessary experience and expertise to ensure this vital equipment is specified, installed and maintained correctly. Procuring pressure vessels from IGC Engineering has a number of advantages:
Free site survey. The first stage to ensuring the most practical and economical pressure vessel installation is for an IGC engineer to conduct a comprehensive site survey taking into account the number and sizes of the pressure vessels required, their location and how they fit into the wider production process.
Specification & Supply. Armed with the site survey, IGC is in a position to accurately specify the pressure vessels needed for the application and supply these to site.
Installation. The IGC service includes installation of all pressure vessels and associated pipe work by our own team of highly skilled engineers.
Maintenance. IGC is able to offer maintenance contracts for pressure vessels to ensure optimum safety and performance at all times.
Optional gas supply contract. If the customer requires a total supply package, IGC is able to provide a gas supply contract with an installation; however, many customers prefer to take advantage of the best prices by buying gas on the open market, and IGC offers a high degree of flexibility by providing pressure vessels with or without a gas supply contract.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]