Lethal Service

Lethal Service Tanks can be built to a variety of sizes and can be furnished for atmospheric pressure, or designed for internal and external pressure. All materials are available including stainless steel, nickel alloys and reactive metals. As with other pressure vessels, these can be provided in many material finishes and weld finishes, from mill sheet and plate to a polished 320 grit surface and welds varying from an "as welded" condition to a highly polished sanitary, or corrosion resisting finish.

Letal Service Tanks will usually receive the "L" stamp on the ASME data plate indicating design and construction meet the guidelines set by the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel code. Special consideration of each vessel is required for fitting types, wall thickness, and non-destructive testing. Vessels can be designed in both vertical and horizontal configurations.

Our general design parameters for a Lethal Service Tank is:

  • 14"-0" Diameter (4.2m)
  • 125'-0" (38.1m) long cylinder
  • 40,000 lbs (18,000 kg)
  • 15,000 psi internal pressure

Heads

  • Flanged and dished
  • Conical or Toriconical
  • Flat or sloped

Heat Transfer Surface

  • Dimpled jacket (preformed and inflated)
  • Half pipe
  • Internal coils
  • Electric heaters

Supports

  • Legs
  • Lugs
  • Skirts
  • Chairs
  • Saddles

Optional accessories

  • Removable heads / body flanges
  • Manways
  • Agitators
  • Sight glasses
  • Lights
  • Clean in place (CIP)

Design/Fabrication Codes

  • ASME
  • UL
  • API 620/650
  • more available upon request

Our Experience in Lethal Service Tanks Includes:

Reactors
Liquid Storage
Gasification
Containment


Common Alloys CMC Letco Ind. Weld Procedures in Place?
304/304L YES
316/316L YES
Duplex 2205 YES
Nickel 200/201 YES
Hastelloy® C-276 YES
Hastelloy® C-22® YES
Monel® 400/401 YES
Inconel® 600 & 625 YES
Incoloy® 800 & 825 YES
AL-6XN® YES
Alloy 20 YES
904L YES
Titanium YES
Zirconium YES