BCO Prototype Reactor

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Buyer is looking for a local area (Maryland) machine shop that can work with Buyer for Buyer's prototype development. Buyer will be looking to drill and thread out an opening in the bottom of a Worthington X7 Steel Scuba tank. Buyer needs a tank that can withstand the normal 3400psi and elevated operating temperatures of 350C but with the additional outlet

Buyer Information

Industry Oil & Gas
City/Region Mount Airy, Maryland
Country USA


RFQ Number 479500
Material Other
Material Grade deep-drawn chrome molybdenum steel

Technical Specifications

Category Tool & Machine Design

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