Scrubber Water Cooler Heat Exchanger
Custom fabricated Scrubber Water Cooler Heat Exchanger for a process plant in Texas.
Bendel’s seasoned teams have delivered service excellence and an unwavering commitment to quality and safety for over six decades.
We define our success by how we impact the lives of the people around us.
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At Bendel you’ll be part of a family where you can contribute and make a difference—with the opportunity to advance your career in a fast-growing market where the sky’s the limit!A Culture of Caring
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Bendel Tank & Heat Exchanger Partners with TransTech Energy
We are proud to announce the sale of Bendel Tank & Heat Exchanger to TransTech Energy on February 28, 2020. We are excited to partner with a company that shares our family values, quality products and vision for growth.
“We’re excited to welcome Bendel to the TransTech family,” said Greg Ezzell, President of TransTech Energy, “Along with extending our product offerings and engineering depth,
ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code
ASME pressure vessels and pressure vessel accessories are certified with the ASME stamp. The ASME stamp standardizes the level of quality that is required in these types of vessels and it's considered an industry best practice to use ASME certified vessels. In fact, some states have passed legislation that requires pressure vessels operating at 15 psi or higher to be built in accordance with ASME boiler and pressure vessel code. Why is so much emphasis placed on the ASME stamp?
What's the Difference Between Carbon Steel & Stainless Steel?
Bendel Tank and Heat Exchanger can fabricate horizontal, vertical and custom storage tanks in a variety of materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, nickel alloy and duplex.
Our two most common building materials are carbon steel and stainless steel. And the most common question we hear is “what’s the difference between the two?” These two metals are similar in many ways, but have three key differences.