Whether you’re exploring, drilling, transporting, or refining—you face daily pressures to improve efficiency, perform under harsh conditions, maintain safety, and keep costs under control. Whether you’re facing the extreme temperatures of an offshore rig, fighting the extreme pressures on the ocean floor, or accommodating the world’s most corrosive environments, there’s no room for error—and no time for repairs. When new materials and new thinking are involved in meeting these conditions, our team has a 30-year track record in Oil & Gas.
We develop new products (and reimagine conventional ones) for oil and gas components such as bellows, compensators, accumulators, high pressure seals, and more. We design for extremes of temperature, pressure, and corrosive environments—especially when high lifecycle, zero leakage, maintenance-free operation, and high performance are essential. Our process is fast and efficient, with full in-house resources, including: 3D solid modeling (rapid proof-of-concept), finite-element structural analysis, flow simulation and sizing—along with all required qualification and documentation to meet global performance standards.
Fabrication & Testing
We bring our innovative designs to life in an advanced manufacturing facility where state-of-the-industry processes are executed under the highest standards. Seasoned technicians supervise advanced fabrication in:
Metal joining & forming with vacuum furnaces, and hydraulic presses to 1200-ton strength
Precision welding including methods such as TIG, laser, and electron-beam
Metal finish & metallurgy, with two automated cleaning lines featuring advanced cleaning, passivation and etching capabilities
Functional testing, including extreme environmental chambers, spring, tensile, and acceptance testing. Performance validation for all parameters.
Download our brochure to learn more about Senior Metal Bellow’s extensive range of product offerings designed exclusively for Oil & Gas industry.
As our customer’s rigs ventured further off shore, their equipment experienced significantly higher differential pressures. One of the critical components, gas lift valves, were facing differential pressures in the 10,000 psig range.