Highly-engineered, reliable, and safe quick-opening doors for a variety of vessels and tanks.
Steelcraft's standalone quick-opening doors have been adding value to industrial processes for decades. Quick-opening doors can oftentimes be used to replace inlet valving on demanding applications in refinery and pulp and paper applications. They are certified to be direct-welded or bolted to a variety of vessels and tanks and are available with hydraulic actuation. Units designed for pressure are available up to ASME Class 300 and come with a U-2A partial data report/PED documentation as required.Request A Quote
O-Ring Seal Materials Include: Silicone, Viton, Teflon and Kelrez
Carbon Steel: SA516-70, 44W, Alloy Overlay Options
Stainless Steel: 200, 201L, 304, 304L, 304H, 309S, 310S, 316/316L, 317/317L, 347, 409, 410, 410S, 430
Duplex: 2101, 2205, 2507
Pure Nickel: 200, 201
Monel(R): 400, 401
Inconel(R): 600, 601, 625
Incoloy: 800, 800H, 825
Hastelloy(R): C-22(R), C-276, C-2000(R), B, B-2, B-3(R), G, G-3, G-30(R), G-35(R)
Nickel Alloy: 20, 20Cb3(R), 904L
6-Moly: AL-6XN(R), 254MO(R), 926MO, 1925hMO, SSC-6MO, 25-6MO
Steelcraft's quick-opening doors are manufactured to ASME and Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) standards with the CE mark.
Quick-opening doors should always be installed in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).
- Question 1: Does Steelcraft provide a fatigue life rating for its quick-opening doors?
Yes. Steelcraft designs and manufactures its quick-opening doors to meet the number of specified cycles over the life of the unit.
- Question 2: Does Steelcraft provide individual quick-opening door components so I can fabricate the door myself?
No. Steelcraft quick-opening doors are fully-certified under ASME and PED and as a result must be fully-welded and tested prior to shipment. That said, the finished assembly can be welded onto a vessel by a certified fabricator.