A receiver tank is a form of dry compressed air storage in a compressed air system. Normally installed after drying and filtration, and before end use devices, receiver tanks help to store compressed air. The compressed air is created by the supply side, stored by the receiver tank, and released as needed to the demand side of the system.
In order to meet the varied demands of the clients, we have introduced in the market a wide gamut of Receiver Vessels. Manufactured as per the industry set quality parameters, this range is offered in various specifications and custom-build models to meet the distinctive requirements of our clients. These products are examined on varied quality parameters to ensure their defect-free functioning at our clients end. Air receivers, commonly referred to as vessels or tanks are used to store compressed air before it enters into the piping system and or equipment. In simpler terms, air receivers act as a buffer mechanism between the compressor and the fluctuating pressure caused by the changing demand.
An air receiver, sometimes referred to as a compressed air tank, is an integral part of any compressed air system. The main purpose of this is to act as temporary storage to accommodate the peaks of demand from your system and to optimize the running efficiency of your plant.
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High Temperature Resistance, Insulated, Level/Pressure Indicator, Horizontal Orientation, Verical Orientation
Pressure vessels can be dangerous, and fatal accidents have occurred in the history of their development and operation. Consequently, pressure vessel design, manufacture, and operation are regulated by engineering authorities backed by legislation. For these reasons, the definition of a pressure vessel varies from country to country.