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Stressman Engineering – ASME B31.3 Committee Member

For more than 100 years, ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards and related product certifications have formed an interlocking system based on:

  • Safety Standards:
    A set of requirements developed by volunteer technical experts using an open and transparent consensus process.
  • Product Certifications:
    A program built upon the safety standards wherein the quality systems of a manufacturer are assessed and certified based on the manufacturer’s demonstrated ability to meet the requirements of an ASME standard.
  • Certification Mark:
    A mark used by certified companies that is placed upon manufactured items. The symbol is designed to provide users with a high degree of confidence that the stamped items conform to established safety standards

The Standards & Certification process may involve independent, third-party inspection during the process, uniform qualification of inspectors, and acceptance by government entities. It is the common understanding and confidence and trust in this system that has enabled regulated equipment built in one jurisdiction to be readily accepted for installation in another.

At Stressman Engineering we are committed to the development and research of the best practices in the industry to ensure the quality of our work, for that reason we're proud of being part of the subgroup on the design of the ASME B31.3 2020

These are some of the standards that Stressman Engineering has experience with:

  • ASME B31.8 Chapter VIII (Subsea)
  • ASME B31.3 
  • EN13445
  • UKOOA og BS7159 (GRE materialer)
  • DNV-OS-F101
  • DNV-RP-F112 (HISC)

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