ASME Pressure Vessels FAQs

Yes. E&H has a “U” Stamp authorizing us to build Section VIII, Div. 1 ASME Pressure Vessels.

Yes. E&H has its “R” Stamp authorizing us to repair and/or alter ASME Vessels.
Yes. We have our Certificate of Authorization to register vessels with The National Board.
E&H’s first authorization was date August 17, 1992.
E&H has built over 8,200 Code vessels as of 1/1/20 and many non-code vessels as well.
The nameplate and inspections. Our Q.C. Manager inspects, hydro-tests, and certifies every code and non-code vessel we build. On code vessels, we also hire a third-party inspector to check fit up and hydro.
The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company.
E&H provides a variety of standard oilfield pressure vessels including, separators, manual drips, positive shut-off drips, desiccant dryers, methanol drip bottles, etc.
Yes. We can build custom vessels to customer’s specifications to meet their specific needs.
We always strive to offer our customers the best pricing possible. On larger quantities, we can often pass savings from bulk material purchases on to our customer.
Yes. We have our own trucks and can deliver most of the pressure vessels we build.
Our current freight rate when delivering our products is $80.00/hour round trip, plus trip/oversize permits if required, and per diem charges on overnight hauls.
If a delivery point is specified, we can quote delivered prices.
Yes. We can provide pricing based on setting your purchase on the bed of your truck or your contractor’s truck.