CHEMET is Poland’s largest, and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe, manufacturers of a wide range of pressure vessels: transportable and stationary, as well as railway tank cars.
The origins of the production date back to 1940s. That is when the company began shipping the first pressure process vessels for the chemical industry. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the first transportable vessels for liquefied gases (e.g. chlorine, ammonia) were put into production, intended mostly for export. After the political changes of 1989/1990, CHEMET, responding to the growing demand of the developing market of liquefied petroleum gas, started a serial production of stationary aboveground pressure vessels for propane and propane-butane for heating and technological purposes, as well as for LPG filling stations. Currently, pressure tanks are the company’s main product, which makes CHEMET the leader among Central European manufacturers.
The company’s full offer of pressure vessels includes stationary underground and storage tanks, as well as railway car tanks made of carbon and stainless steel grades.