It is no surprise that the explosion of a pressurized vessel is disastrous. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, or ASME, has known that for a very long time. After a series of pressure vessel explosions in the early 1900’s, the industry had to make changes. These changes eventually became an international code, known as the BPVC, for the safe building of these pressure vessels. The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code is the standard to which we hold all of our work. When the American Society of Mechanical Engineers talks, we listen.
Here at CODE Steel, we are certified to do ASME pressure vessel inspections. We stay up-to-date on the codes regulating pressure vessels and we know our craft inside and out.
There are a lot of people counting on you to get the job done, and when you rely on CODE Steel to keep your facility safe, you are going to be able to come through. With regular inspections, we monitor the integrity of your machinery. We are able to identify weakening to any part of your vessel so that repairs can be made before disaster has the chance to make its move.
At CODE Steel, we make it easy for you to have your equipment inspected at a time and interval that is convenient. Replacing machinery is expensive, costing both money and time. Just like you are the best at what you do, we are the best at what we do. And what we do is keep you, your staff and your facility safe and productive. It’s a win-win.