May 10, 2016
Pressure vessel requirements vary state by state. Some states have a boiler law, but others do not. Florida boiler law, for example, is detailed in Florida Statute 554, “The Boiler Safety Act,” which sets minimum standards for construction, installation, operation, maintenance, and repairs for boilers.
Though not standardized nationwide, the most common state laws governing pressure vessels require adherence to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and/or the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC).
As a leader in custom steel fabrication, Dixie-Southern designs and fabricates pressure vessels that conform to your state’s exact requirements—keeping your employees and products safe, and protecting you from noncompliance fines. Today we’ll tell you what you need to know.
If you own and operate a pressure vessel at your business, it’s more than likely that it will need to meet these basic requirements:
Inspectors or American Petroleum Institute (API) 510, “Pressure Vessel Inspection Code.”
Plans to alter or repair pressure vessels must be approved by an authorized inspector, and the repairs themselves must be performed by test-qualified welders.
As a custom steel fabricator, Dixie-Southern provides fluid storage tanks, silos, pressure vessels, pressure towers, and much more to industries across the globe. We have a streamlined process for online quotes and ordering, and our convenient location near two Florida ports and major interstates allow for rapid delivery. For more information on our products and the industries we serve, please visit our homepage today. If you’re ready to get started, upload your designs and specifications in our Easy Quote Form.
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