Established in 2004, we continue to support industry and research facilities across many markets, including energy, subsea engineering, materials research, universities, nuclear, pharmaceutical and scientific sectors. We combine a driven, dynamic and expert highly-skilled team, cutting-edge design, superior manufacturing capabilities and excellent service.
KW Designed Solutions is part of the KW Group, which also incorporates KW Pressure Testing. KW Designed Solutions provides a full-turnkey service; creating highly-technical bespoke solutions for our customer’s unique application requirements. KW Pressure Testing is a custom-built facility located within our HQ, that enables customers to test their equipment using our facilities. For more information please visit: www.kwpressuretesting.co.uk.
All our pressure vessels are designed in-house at our UK headquarters, by highly-skilled and qualified engineers, using the most up-to-date design and analysis equipment.
We provide unique solutions to our customers’ individual specifications; ensuring compliance to all relevant pressure vessel design codes, international standards and directives.
PED – Pressure Equipment Directive
(PED) 2014/68/EU (formerly 97/23/EC)
National Standards (Pressure Vessel Design Codes)
PD 5500 – Specification for Unfired, Fusion Welded Pressure Vessels (British)
EN 13445 – Unfired Pressure Vessels (European)
ASME BPVC Section VIII – Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels (American)
Division 2 – Alternative Rules
Division 3 – Alternative Rules for Construction of High Pressure Vessels
Manufacture, Assembly & Testing
Our highly-skilled team of fully-certified electro-mechanical engineers manufacture, assemble and test our pressure vessels, in our purpose-built facility in the UK.
They possess a wide range of specialist skills, use advanced production and project management systems and have access to the most up-to-date tooling available.
Installation & Commissioning
We manage all processes and safety requirements involved with the installation of our equipment; using specialist machine moving sub-contractors for the positioning and siting of heavier equipment.
Once in-situ our highly-skilled and reputable engineers will fully-complete the installation project; conducting a final Site Acceptance Test (SAT), before the project is signed off by the customer.