Winchester, NH (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Winchester, NH – Winchester Precision Technologies, a leading provider of ASME pressure vessel fabrication services has recently announced the continuation of initiatives to optimize the company's ability to handle fabrication for ASME pressure vessels of all sizes and complexities for industries across the country.
According to company Vice President, Jason Perron, these additions involve both expanding the company's ability to handle the fabrication of larger pressure vessels as well as increasingly complex vessels. To do this, the company intends to continually optimize existing quality control processes while simultaneously enhancing the collective experience of its work force. Regarding the difficulty of producing large and complex pressure vessels for businesses across the country, Perron remains confident.
“With our experience manufacturing industrial rolls and pressure vessels, our team has the know-how to handle even the most complicated and critical projects. That isn't to say we're not interested in manufacturing standard pressure vessels, but tough, custom projects aren't something we shy away from.”
In the past, Winchester Precision Technologies was deeply involved with the DEAP/CLEAN collaboration, a research project organized by leading universities from the United States, United Kingdom, and China to study dark matter. For their part in the project, Winchester Precision Technologies was responsible for designing and fabricating the inner and outer pressure vessels used to isolate and study dark matter.
With the DEAP/CLEAN collaboration in mind as well as number of other high precision projects, representatives at Winchester Precision Technologies are confident in the company's ability to consistently handle the largest and most involved undertakings when it comes to ASME pressure vessel fabrication and repair. At the same time, Perron explains that ongoing facility improvements and personnel training make Winchester an extremely competitive source for pressure vessel fabrication as well. “With our experience, we've established a process that eliminates waste and maximizes efficiency. This way our lead times stay short, quality remains high, and our engineers can actively work to make the decisions that save our customers money.”
Winchester Precision regularly provides fabrication for ASME Section VIII, Div1 pressure vessels. In addition to standard and custom pressure vessels, this includes fabrication and machining services for chambers, double shell steam heated rolls, hot oil heat rolls, and single shell steam heated rolls.
For more information on pressure vessel fabrication at Winchester Precision Technology, visit http://www.large-cnc-machining-milling-turning.com/asme-pressure-vessels.htm.