We are dealing in Pressure Vessels, which are the containers intended to hold gases or fluids at a pressure considerably different from the ideal pressure. These vessels can supposedly be almost any form, but shapes made of units of spheres, cones and cylinders are usually employed. These are rendered with several mechanical properties and adequate mechanical strength. These Pressure Vessels have high impact resistance, particularly for vessels employed in low temperatures. These vessels are used in a variability of applications in both industry as well as the private sector. These appear in the sectors of industrial compressed air receivers as well as domestic hot water storage tanks.