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Our design capability includes, but is not limited to the following:

Receivers / Separators;

Heat Exchangers;

Columns;

Storage Tanks;

Reaction Vessels;

We also design skids and associated equipment.

In addition, our company prides itself in having a policy of Continuous Professional


Development helping us get the best from our software and making sure we are up to
speed with any changes resulting from updates and upgrades.

As part of our commitment to providing a full


network of support to our customers, Principal Stress Engineering will compile a
bespoke catalogue of reports and documentary to assist with your project, including but
not limited to the following:

Engineering reports;

Bolting procedure;

Hydrostatic test procedure;

Heat treatment procedure;

Painting procedure;

Nitrogen Purging procedure;

Pressure vessel erection method statement;

Third party checking and validation of our clients pressure vessel design is
available on request if the client specifies this as an additional requirement.

We can oversee the drafting, design and commissioning of pressure vessels in a variety
of materials including, but not limited to:

Stainless Steel;

Nickel Alloys;

Carbon Steel;

Low Alloy Steels;

Hastelloy;

Duplex & Super Duplex;

Clad Carbon Plates.

Our design capability includes, but is not limited to the following:

Receivers / Separators;

Heat Exchangers;

Columns;

Storage Tanks;

Reaction Vessels;

We also design skids and associated equipment.

Since our inception in 2004, Principal Stress


Engineering has excelled in delivering an inclusive service founded on experience
gained directly in the field. We maintain an impressive portfolio of drafting, design work
and consultancy in the area of Pressure Vessels. Working closely with our customers in
the Nuclear, Oil and Gas, Chemical and Power sectors, we design and undertake stress

analysis of Pressure Vessels to the following national and international design codes and
standards

PD 5500, Specification for unfired fusion welded pressure vessels;

PED/PER, Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC (PED) is implemented in United

Kingdom law by the Pressure Equipment Regulations 1999 (SI 1999/2001);


BS EN 13445, The current European Standard, harmonized with the Pressure

Equipment Directive 97/23/EC;


ASME VIII Division 1, Design by formula;

ASME VIII Division 2, Alternative Rules, design by analysis;

ASME VIII Division 3, Alternative Rules for Construction of High Pressure Vessel;

EN 286 (Parts 1 to 4): European standard for simple pressure vessels (air tanks),

harmonized with Council Directive 87/404/EEC;


WRC-109 and 297;
AD Merkblatter: German standard, harmonized with the Pressure Equipment
Directive 97/23/EC;
Stoomwezen.

With the safety of pressure vessels being of


paramount concern, we make sure our service is fully compliant with national and
international directives and codes. Industry standard directives are a primary feature of
our design and analytical software, with default settings configured to be consistent
with important safety regulatory obligations.
Since 2004, we have established a solid track record within the Marine, Chemical, Oil &
Gas, Nuclear and associated Power industries. Much of it gained directly in the field.
At Principal Stress Engineering, we offer a multi-layered range of services to meet the
specific needs of our clients. It may be that design and layout of your pressure vessel is
all that is required. Conversely, you may want us to undertake a wide-ranging project
which includes all aspects of design and procurement through to final commissioning.
Whatever the extent of your brief, you can be sure you will receive a professional
service from established consultancy experts. We have a solid track record within the

Marine,

Chemical,

Oil

&

Gas,

Nuclear

and

conventional

Power

sectors.

We offer our clients a range of solutions:

We will work with you in partnership through to completion;

Design capabilities;

Procurement;

Project Management;

On-Site Consultancy.

At Principal Stress Engineering we offer multi-layered


range of services to meet the specific needs of our clients
With our drafting capability we can produce 2D drafting and 3D models for our clients.
We can import customers own drawings for the purpose of analysis or we can provide a
complete design service, including but not limited to:

Data Sheets;

Pressure vessel material selection;

Weld map;

Pressure vessel fabrication detailing;

Platform design and detailing;

Valve and pressure relieving device selection;

Pressure measurement and thermo-well selection;

Level gauge selection;

Site surveys for new build and retrofit pressure vessels;

Bill of materials for pressure vessels, valves, fittings, supports and spares.

It may be us or the customer that provides


the initial project designs; either way, we are experts in the use of leading software
packages such as, Finglow and Ansys. We are confident in our ability to engage with
the most basic design by rule solutions as well as highly complex non standard
scenarios. We undertake:

Stress analysis;

Local load analysis;

Flange and bolting design and detailing;

Fatigue and life prediction;

Seismic assessment of pressure vessel and supports.

In addition, our company prides itself in having a policy of Continuous Professional


Development helping us get the best from our software and making sure we are up to
speed with any changes resulting from updates and upgrades.

As part of our commitment to providing a full


network of support to our customers, Principal Stress Engineering will compile a

bespoke catalogue of reports and documentary to assist with your project, including but
not limited to the following:

Engineering reports;

Bolting procedure;

Hydrostatic test procedure;

Heat treatment procedure;

Painting procedure;

Nitrogen Purging procedure;

Pressure vessel erection method statement;

Third party checking and validation of our clients pressure vessel design is
available on request if the client specifies this as an additional requirement.

We can oversee the drafting, design and commissioning of pressure vessels in a variety
of materials including, but not limited to:

Stainless Steel;

Nickel Alloys;

Carbon Steel;

Low Alloy Steels;

Hastelloy;

Duplex & Super Duplex;

Clad Carbon Plates.

Our design capability includes, but is not limited to the following:

Receivers / Separators;

Heat Exchangers;

Columns;

Storage Tanks;

Reaction Vessels;

We also design skids and associated equipment.