We were recently at CAPE Manufacturing Ltd. in Halkirk Alberta and were able to see an in-progress view of a brand new 72” x 20” sour 720psi 3 phase horizontal separator that will be available for sale in a few short weeks.

Watch Kameron give a behind the scenes glimpse of the 72 inch by 20 foot vessel:

The 72” x 20′ sour 720psi 3 phase vessel is part of a stock program that can deliver brand new horizontal separators within a quick turnaround.

Quick Specs

  • 72ID” x 20’ x 720psi
  • Sour Service 1/8” C.A.
  • 3 Phase design
  • 12” Inlet/Outlet
  • 6” Water Outlet
  • 6” HC Outlet


These large vessels can be expertly manufactured and packaged by a trusted name in vessel fabrication.

If you are looking to purchase a new horizontal separator vessel or have it packaged at this specification, please contact us.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you’d like to discuss, if you’re looking for a different separator or vessel solution or you’re looking for other used oil and gas or oilfield equipment for sale.

Full Video Transcript


We are at CAPE Manufacturing Ltd. today in the southeast corner of the shop, on the shop floor.

I want to show you guys something over here. This used to be an old railway repair shop – it’s got about the fourth thickest floor in all of Alberta. There’s not too many shops that can handle vessels that are this big in size because of the floor.

But, the real reason we are here right now, is this beauty behind us. It’s a 72 inch by 20 foot horizontal separator that’s for sale in Alberta. It’s being built right now stock – there’s no name on this horizontal separator yet.

They’re putting in the vessels today, they’re doing a bunch of grinding and it should be ready in about a week and a half from today and it will be a few weeks after that for packaging of the horizontal separator.

Brokers, resellers and oil companies – there’s not going to be many options for new horizontal separators for sale at this size that can be customized the way you want it as new. Call Bob Pusch, call myself. Kameron Anderson, and let’s get this new vessel deployed.

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