Issue 2 - Winter 2011

Standards & Certification Update
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ASME Standards & Certification’s Board on New Development Tackles Unique Standards Challenges
Vital to ASME’s continued success as a leading standards developer is the ability to quickly and effectively respond to new technology and processes and evolving markets by assisting in the development of standards, when needed.  Established in 2006, S&C’s Board on New Development (BOND) is charged with cultivating the development of first-of-a-kind standards that are outside the existing technical domain of S&C’s other committees and supervisory boards. As the lead in exploring possible standards activities for both developing and developed technology areas, BOND is charged with reviewing requests for the development of new standards.  ASME has implemented a Request for a New Standards Activity Checklist to assist in evaluating such requests.

There are currently four committees reporting to BOND:

The Aerospace Engineering Drawings (AED) Standards Committee, whose first standard is nearing completion; the Risk Analysis and Management for Critical Asset Protection (RAMCAP) Standards Committee, whose first standard on RAMCAP is approved and pending publication; a newly formed Slewing Ring Bearings Standards Committee; and a Technical Committee on ASME Standards in Spanish, which published the first translation of an ASME Code into Spanish by an ASME volunteer committee: the 2010 edition of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section I, Rules for the Construction of Power Boilers.

A project under consideration is the development of a standard for the prevention of complex system failures for design and operation of offshore oil and gas facilities.  This topic was the result of the Mitigating the Consequences of Complex Systems Failure Workshop recently held by ASME. 

To request an evaluation of a proposal for a new ASME standards development activity, or for more information, visit the BOND webpage or contact Umberto D’Urso (+1.212.591.8535).





ASME Welcomes New Members to its Council on Standards and Certification

Kenneth Balkey
ASME’s Council on Standards and Certification (previously operating as the Standards and Certification Board of Directors), the organizational unit responsible for the overall strategic and operational management of ASME’s Standards and Certification activities, has welcomed several new members.  New members include Richard Black, of the U.S. Department of Energy; Stuart Cameron, chief engineer, Doosan Babcock Energy; David Douin, executive director, National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors; Laurent Fabry, director of pipeline intervention and flow assurance, T. D. Williamson; Joel Feldstein, chief welding engineer, Foster Wheeler North America; Bruce Harding, professor and coordinator of professional practice, Purdue University; and Philippe Malouines, regulations and code advisor, AREVA.

Additionally, Kenneth Balkey, P.E., an ASME fellow and consulting engineer for Westinghouse Electric Company, has been appointed to serve as senior vice president of Standards and Certification and chair of the council for a three-year term commencing July, 2011.  In this leadership role, Balkey will work with the ASME Board of Governors in establishing and overseeing the strategic direction of the council, while serving to promote ASME codes, standards and certification programs.

In other leadership news, Guido Karcher, P.E., an ASME fellow and a consulting engineer with over 50 years of experience in pressure containing equipment and safety practices, will serve as ASME vice president, Pressure Technology Codes and Standards and Richard Swayne of Reedy Engineering, a metallurgist, welding engineer and a consultant experienced in the design, fabrication and operation of mechanical equipment in nuclear power plant components, will serve as ASME vice president, Nuclear Codes and Standards, both with terms commencing July, 2011.


Standards & Certification Announces Several Awards

Frank Bakos, left, Chair of the ASME Y14 Standards Committee, presents  Archie Anderson with the Patrick Higgins Medal
Archie Anderson, of Dimensional Dynamics, LLC, was awarded the Patrick Higgins Medal during the October 7, 2010 meeting of the Y14 Subcommittee 5 on Dimensioning and Tolerancing in Tucson, Arizona, in recognition of his lasting contributions in the development of both ASME Y14 and other standards in the field of dimensioning and tolerancing. He was specifically cited for his contributions in emerging technologies, establishing commonality, and enhancing international communications.

The Patrick J. Higgins Medal recognizes an individual for contributions to the enhancement of standardization through the development and promotion of ASME codes and standards or conformity assessment programs in specific areas.

The Medal was established by ASME’s Board on Standardization & Testing in 2007, in honor of Patrick J. Higgins who was the long-standing Chairman of the A112 Committee on Plumbing Materials & Equipment and a member of the Board on Standardization.

J. Chris Ryan, of BOH Bros. Construction, received a Dedicated Service Award at the September 2010 meeting of the B30 Standards Committee on Cranes and Related Equipment. Chris was presented with the award for his many years of dedicated service on the B30 Standards Committee, including 10 years as Chair of the B30.5 Subcommittee on Mobile Cranes, where he was especially effective in achieving consensus on revisions governing training and responsibilities.

Established In 1983, the Dedicated Service Award honors unusual dedicated voluntary service to the Society marked by outstanding performance, demonstrated effective leadership, prolonged and committed service, devotion, enthusiasm and faithfulness.  The award may be presented to selected individuals who have served the Society for at least ten years. 

In addition, two Standards & Certification volunteers were recognized for their achievements by being promoted to the ASME Membership Grade of Fellow at the September 2010 meeting of the B31 Piping Code Committee. Sam Sinha, P.E. of Lucius Pitkin, Evans Goodling, Jr., P.E. a consultant for Worely Parsons, both serve on the B31.1 Power Piping Section Committee. A distinction bestowed on less than 5% of ASME’s members, the Fellow grade recognizes significant engineering achievements and contributions to the engineering profession.


William Berger Appointed to ANSI Board of Directors

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has announced that ASME’s William Berger, managing director, standards, will begin a 3-year term on the ANSI Board of Directors beginning January 1, 2011. Berger was elected to the ANSI Board in November and will serve with fellow board members from areas of industry, academia and government. 

As a member of the ANSI Board of Directors, Berger will be responsible for contributing to approval of the strategic direction of the Institute; its annual budget; changes to the ANSI membership fee structure, and changes to the leadership of the Board and its scope of responsibilities.  

Prior to his recent appointment, Berger served as chair of the ANSI Executive Standards Council, where he was responsible for oversight of national and international standards activities for ANSI, including the accreditation of developers of American National Standards and U.S. technical advisory groups to the International Organization for Standardization.

Berger has been with ASME since 1977 and has served in a number of leadership positions within ASME’s standards and certification programs and initiatives.


ASME Spearheads R&D on Materials for Ultra Super Critical (USC) Power Plants

Power Plant
Power generators are increasingly looking to supercritical (SC) and ultra-supercritical (USC) steam cycles for their coal-fired generation in order to increase plant efficiency and reduce coal consumption per MW of output (which in turn reduces emissions, including carbon dioxide). With the increase in steam pressure approaching 5,000 psig and temperature approaching 1,200 ºF in the near term (and 1,400 ºF in the long term), new materials have been and will continue to be developed in Europe, Japan, and the United States.

Some steels such as Grades P91, P92, P122, and P911, have the required properties needed to handle steam satisfactorily at temperatures up to 1,150 ºF. However, due to a lack of information, ASME construction codes have not yet addressed the needs of immediate future wave of USC power plants at steam temperatures higher than 1,150 ºF.

Consequently, ASME’s Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards (BPTCS) established a Task Force on Materials for USC Power Plants to address the need for new and improved materials that can successfully handle the high temperatures of steam and flue gases in USC power plants. Specifically, the Task Force will:

  • Identify new and improved materials that may be used successfully in applications with temperatures at 1,200 ºF and higher in USC power plants;
  • Identify chemical composition and mechanical and metallurgical properties of each of those materials;
  • Gather research, applications, and experience data for each of those materials;
  • Establish preliminary limitations, cautions, prohibitions on use of those materials; and
  • Establish preliminary recommendations for development of code cases for Section II of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code on the use of those materials

In addition, the Task Force will examine other areas, such as design, fabrication, nondestructive examination, testing, and inspection, in order to develop recommendations for ASME Code requirements for successful application of these new and improved materials.

For more information, contact Gerry Eisenberg (+1.212.591.8510).


ASME Convenes Symposium on the Use of Elevators During Emergencies

On December 1-2, 2010, ASME, along with several partner organizations, convened a symposium in Orlando, Florida on the use of elevators in fires and other emergencies. Geared as a way to bring together industry professionals from diverse communities (including elevator design, building technology, human factors engineering, firefighters, and emergency response personnel), the symposium was a continuation of efforts to incorporate lessons-learned into future code development. Among the over one hundred participants included 20 firefighters and delegations from as far as China and South Korea. Topics included overviews of existing and proposed changes to standards and regulations; jurisdictional experiences; economics of egress alternatives; fire service response and training; opportunities for additional research; and open discussion.

Changes to the A17 elevator codes related to the proceedings are being considered by ASME’s A17 Task Group on Use of Elevators for Occupant Egress and A17 Task Group on Use of Elevators by Firefighters, which have been established under the A17 Emergency Operations Subcommittee.

For more information, contact Riad Mohamed (+1.212.591.8528).


March 2011 Launch Planned for Makeover

Members of ASME’s Standards & Certification community should be prepared to see a new In March 2011, ASME will launch a completely revised web interface intended to provide a more engaging / less cluttered “look and feel”; improved navigation and search; and new content related to a range of topics in mechanical engineering. The functionality of many popular features, such as the CS Connect standards development system and committee web pages, will be unaffected by the transition.

Standards & Certification will welcome your feedback once the site goes live.





ASME has published a number of new and revised standards during the fourth quarter of 2010. Included are:


B18.6.8-2010 Thumb Screws and Wing Screws (Inch Series) (First Edition)

Complementing the existing B18 series of fastener standards, B18.6.8 covers the general and dimensional data for various types of thumb screws and wing screws. >> Learn More


ASP-2010 Safety Standard for Automotive Service and Maintenance Products (First Edition)

ASP responded to a void in standardization criteria governing the design, construction, marking, operation, maintenance, and owner/operator inspection of automotive service and maintenance equipment used during automotive service and maintenance, including but not limited to: shop presses, oil filter crushers, strut spring compressors, oil/anti-freeze handlers, and portable hydraulic power kits. >> Learn More


B30.28-2010 Balance Lifting Units (First Edition)

B30.28 includes provisions that apply to the marking, construction, installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and operation of Balance Lifting Units (Balancers), which are distinguished by their ability to float the load. >> Learn More


B46.1-2009 Surface Texture (Revision of B46.1-2002)

Intended for design, drafting, mechanical, manufacturing, production, tool/gage, quality, process and project engineers, CAD/CAM/CAE specialists, inspectors and educators across a broad range of  manufacturing industries - with special emphasis on aerospace, automotive, medical device, precision instrumentation and related industries - B46.1 is concerned with the geometric irregularities of surfaces and defines parameters for specifying surface texture. The terms and ratings relate to surfaces produced by such means as abrading, casting, coating, cutting, etching, plastic deformation, sintering, wear, and erosion. >> Learn More


PTC 19.2-2010 Pressure Measurement (Revision of PTC 19.2-1987)

This document provides instructions and guidance for the accurate determination of pressure values in support of ASME’s other Performance Test Codes. It provides guidance for setting up the instrumentation and determining the uncertainty of the measurement. It also provides information regarding instrument type, design, applicable pressure range, accuracy, output and relative cost. >> Learn More


A17.1-2010/CSA B44-10 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators (Revision of A17.1-2007)

A17.1 covers the design, construction, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, alteration, and repair of elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters and material lifts. >> Learn More


A17.2-2010 Guide for the Inspection of Elevators, Escalators and Moving Walks (Revision of A17.2-2007)

A17.2 provides inspection and testing procedures for electric and hydraulic elevators, escalators, and moving walks required to conform to the A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators and the A17.3 Safety Code for Existing Elevators and Escalators. The new edition of A17.2 provides for updated cross-references as well as additional guidelines to coordinate with the A17.1-2007 edition. (Note: This Guide may not reflect the latest requirements in the current A17.1 and A17.3 Codes.) >> Learn More


B31.1-2010 – Power Piping (Revision of B31.1-2007)

The B31.1 code prescribes minimum requirements for the design, materials, fabrication, erection, test, inspection, operation, and maintenance of piping systems typically found in electric power generating stations, industrial institutional plants, geothermal heating systems, and central and district heating and cooling systems. The code also covers boiler external piping for power boilers and high temperature, high pressure water boilers in which steam or vapor is generated at a pressure of more than 15 psig; and high temperature water is generated at pressures exceeding 160 psig and/or temperatures exceeding 250 degrees F. >> Learn More

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ASME Expands Availability of Authorized Inspection Agency Accreditation

Historically, QAI-1 Qualifications for Authorized Inspection, which governs the qualification and duties of inspection agencies in the performance of inspection and design reviews of boilers and pressure vessels, provided for two categories of authorized inspection agencies:  jurisdictions and insurance companies.  The 2010 edition introduced a third category which permits the accreditation of third party organizations having government recognition to perform inspection services.

On December 10, 2010, the China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, based in Beijing, China, became the first organization to be accredited by ASME under this new category.

Learn more about boiler and pressure vessel certification.


Standards & Certification to Launch Online System for Product Certification and Accreditations (CA Connect)

ASME is pleased to announce the forthcoming availability of its new, online Conformity Assessment system, CA Connect, to fully process its product certifications and accreditations. Custom-designed in a joint venture with Microsoft Corp., CA Connect will provide enhanced customer service to ASME’s thousands of certificate holders and stakeholders worldwide. 

Key features include:

  • A streamlined application process
  • Real-time status updates for all aspects of the application process, including reviews, change requests, invoices and scheduling
  • Automated notifications and communications
  • Instant access to historical data (such as Code Symbol Stamp history)
  • Accessibility from any computer with internet access

In the coming months, ASME’s Conformity Assessment stakeholders can expect to see e-mails from ASME containing training materials, information detailing the new streamlined application process, and the CA Connect launch date.

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New Course on Advanced Design and Construction of Nuclear Facility Components Available

Developed to provide the required knowledge and skills for professionals who are involved in the design, fabrication, construction and life extension of nuclear power plant (NPP) components, Advanced Design and Construction of Nuclear Facility Components explores the requirements of Section III of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel (B&PV) code through a combination of information and case studies based on real-world problems.

Covering all aspects of the nuclear pressure boundary as well as the application of methods for fabrication of nuclear pressure boundary components, it provides the required skills for applying Code requirements for Nondestructive Examination (NDE) techniques for radiography, ultrasonic techniques and other forms of NDE. It also outlines the requirements for performing hydrostatic testing and leak testing.

Learn more about ASME’s Training and Development courses

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ASME Continues Nuclear Standards Outreach in China and India

Thomas Loughlin, left, executive director of ASME, presents  Qu Dazhuang, vice president of CSNPTC, with a plaque commem
Led by staff member Christian Sanna, ASME visited China’s State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation (SNPTC) office in Beijing on October 13-14, 2010 to further efforts at establishing an ASME nuclear standards working group in China.  Similar to the International Working Group model employed by the B31 Committee on Pressure Piping, the initiative is intended to support expert code users and key organizations in China that are engaged in building and operating nuclear power plants in accordance with ASME’s nuclear codes. Of particular interest is Section III of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code governing design and construction of nuclear facility components.

With a strong commitment of support from SNPTC, ASME staff, and volunteer industry leadership, the China International Working Group on ASME Nuclear Standards was formally established by a Memorandum of Understanding between ASME and SNPTC during the BPV Code Week held in Vancouver, Canada on November 3, 2010. Signed by Thomas Loughlin, executive director of ASME, and Qu Dazhuang, vice president of China’s State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation, the purpose of the MOU is to:

  • Facilitate communication between the two organizations;
  • Avoid duplication of effort, where possible;
  • Develop knowledge of the codes and standards activities of each organization;
  • Draw on ASME’s expertise in standards development to further China’s national standards system and to further the mission of public safety shared by both organizations; and
  • Together promote the worldwide acceptance and use of ASME codes and standards.

With the SNPTC partnership, ASME currently has nine memorandums of understanding with corporations and institutes in China, including:

  • the China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute (jointly with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors);
  • the China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC);
  • the Shanghai Power Equipment Research Institute (SPERI); 
  • the PetroChina Pipeline Company;
  • the Petroleum Storage & Transportation Committee of the Chinese Petroleum Society;
  • the China Machinery Industry Federation (CMIF);
  • the Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment Inspection and Technical Research (SSEI); and
  • the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineers (CSEE)

From October 19-21, 2010, a delegation of ASME staff and volunteers, led by Sr. Vice President of Standards and Certification Bernard Hrubala of TUV Rheinland, visited the offices of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India, Ltd. (NPCIL) in Mumbai to conduct a technical workshop on ASME’s nuclear codes, standards, and conformity assessment programs.  In addition, several round-table discussions were held to address a variety of design and conformity assessment questions.  Finally, a proposal was advanced to establish an International Working Group in India, using a model similar to that proposed for China.  The proposal is currently in development.

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ASME Publishes New Guidance Documents for Energy Assessment Standards for Industrial Systems

Improving the efficiency of industrial systems increases profitability and reliability, and makes better use of assets. Many industrial facilities have the potential to increase the efficiency of their systems, but have difficulty doing so because there is no market definition for energy efficiency assessment services. Lack of a definition creates problems for service providers in establishing market value for their services and for consumers in determining the relative quality of energy assessment services.  In early 2010, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) published four new Standards that establish requirements for conducting energy assessments at industrial facilities. The four standards are:

As part of this effort, accompanying guidance documents were also developed in order to give basic guidance on how to fulfill the requirements of the standard. Published in September 2010, the guidance documents are:

  • ASME EA-1G-2010 Guidance for ASME EA-1, Energy Assessment for Process Heating Systems
  • ASME EA-2G-2010 Guidance for ASME EA-2, Energy Assessment for Pumping Systems
  • ASME EA-3G-2010 Guidance for ASME EA-3, Energy Assessment for Steam Systems
  • ASME EA-4G-2010, Guidance for ASME EA-4, Energy Assessment for Compressed Air Systems (to be available February 2011)

The assessment Standards and Guidance Documents are built on a foundation of work by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Industrial Technologies Program over the last 10 years, which included energy savings assessments of industrial energy systems, software, tools, training, and publications on how to identify and take advantage of industrial energy efficiency opportunities.  As of March 2010, 2,305 energy assessments had been completed, and 1,705 plants had reported a total of $232 million per year in implemented energy cost savings, with an average energy bill reduction of 8 percent.  The new Standards were developed by project teams that included many individuals involved with conducting these assessments. 

The Standards establish procedures for assessments of a facility’s entire systems, from energy inputs to the work performed.  The energy assessment Standards are intended to assist plant personnel in identifying cost-effective projects that often have short payback periods. They address the topics and requirements for organizing and conducting assessments, analyzing the data collected, and reporting and documentation.   An assessment may also include recommendations for improving resource utilization, reducing per unit production cost, and improving environmental performance.  

The new Standards are a contribution to the framework for assisting U.S. industry in meeting the energy intensity improvement criteria of Superior Energy Performance, a forthcoming ANSI-accredited manufacturing plant certification program of the U.S. Council for Energy-Efficient Manufacturing.

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Updated Federal OSHA Regulation Makes Use of ASME’s Crane Standards

In July 2002, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a notice of intent to create a negotiated rulemaking committee in order to update its regulations for cranes and derricks used for construction, which had been virtually unchanged since their first promulgation in 1971. Developed with the guidance of the Cranes and Derricks Advisory Committee (C-DAC), the updated final rule went into effect on November 8, 2010.

In generating the rule, OSHA worked with industry to identify issues that were not fully addressed by the existing regulations, but in some cases had been addressed by voluntary consensus standards. Among issues addressed are enhanced training and qualification requirements for operators, signal persons, riggers, and maintenance and repair personnel, which will be intended to enhance worksite safety. Several ASME standards were used as the basis for portions of the updated regulations, and are referenced in the final rule, including: B30.2 Overhead and Gantry Cranes; B30.5 Mobile and Locomotive Cranes; B30.7 Base-Mounted Drum Hoists; and B30.14 Side Boom Tractors. ASME’s continuing maintenance of these standards supported both industry and government’s shared interest in protecting workers and addressing new technology and practices.


U.S. Pipeline Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) Releases Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Incorporate ASME’s Standard on Transport Tanks

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) on December 23, 2010. The intent of this advanced notice is to inform the hazmat transport industry and the general public of PHMSA’s plans to amend the U.S. Hazardous Material Regulations to incorporate ASME Section XIIRules for Construction and Continued Service of Transport Tanks.”  The incorporation of the latest edition of Section XII would replace the current regulatory reference to the 1998 edition of ASME Section VIII, Division 1 “Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels.” This ANPRM is soliciting comments from all interested parties on the advisability of making this change to the hazmat regulations and to help identify and technical gaps, costs, benefits, and burdens that could exist with the incorporation of Section XII.

Section XII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code is a voluntary consensus standard developed by a committee of industry experts representing transport tank users, manufacturers, regulators, inspectors and others. The standard was initiated following a series of discussions between ASME, DOT, and industry because it was felt that there was a need for hazardous material regulations to reference a standard specific to transport tanks, rather than one intended for fixed pressure equipment.

Section XII improves upon the current regulatory reference to Section VIII, Division 1, 1998 by revising the design margin from 4.0 to 3.5, which will result in thinner, yet equally safe, transport tanks that can carry a larger payload. Section XII also provides improve fatigue design requirements for DOT 331 compressed gas tanks. Additionally, this standard elaborates on regulatory requirements relating to defined incident (accident) protection devices. These devices serve to protect the transport tank and aim to prevent leakage in the event of an accident.

The comment period for the ANPRM closes on March 23, 2011. For more information, contact Daniel Sharp (+1.212.591.8538).

Learn More About ASME’s Government Relations Activities in Capitol Update.

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ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Committee Code Week
Jan 28 2011 - Feb 04 2011, Seattle, Washington, United States

Committee on Nuclear Risk Management (CNRM) 
Jan 31 2011 08:00 AM - Feb 03 2011 05:00 PM, Seattle, Washington, United States

A112 Committee Meetings - Plumbing Materials and Equipment
Feb 07 2011 08:00 AM - Feb 11 2011 05:00 PM, Phoenix, Arizona, United States

B31.8 Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping System Meeting 
Feb 08 2011 01:00 PM - Feb 10 2011 12:00 PM, Clearwater, Florida, United States

A17 TGs on Use of Elevators by Firefighters and Occupant Egress
Feb 15 2011 08:30 AM - Feb 17 2011 05:00 PM, Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards
Feb 22 2011 08:00 AM - Feb 24 2011 05:00 PM, San Diego, California, United States

PTC 6 Steam Turbines
Feb 23 2011 08:00 AM - Feb 25 2011 05:00 PM, Miami, Florida, United States

A17 Hydraulic Committee Meeting 
Feb 28 2011, 09:00 AM - 05:30 PM, Singer Island, Florida, United States

B31 Qualification of Pipeline Personnel Technical Committee 
Mar 03 2011 01:00 PM - Mar 04 2011 05:00 PM, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, United States

A17 Emergency Operations and Hoistway Committee Meetings
Mar 08 2011 08:30 AM - Mar 10 2011 05:00 PM, Clearwater Beach, Florida, United States

Committee on Nuclear Air and Gas Treatment 
Mar 08 2011 08:00 AM - Mar 10 2011 05:00 PM, Clearwater, Florida, United States

PTC 47 - Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC)
Mar 09 2011 08:00 AM - Mar 11 2011 12:00 PM, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

ASME B16 Code Week
Mar 14 2011 08:00 AM - Mar 18 2011 05:00 PM, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

B31.3 Process Piping Committee Meeting
Apr 04 2011 08:30 AM - Apr 06 2011 05:00 PM, San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States

STS Standards Committee 
Apr 05 2011, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM, Tampa, Florida, United States

A120 Standards Committee Meeting
Apr 07 2011 09:00 AM - Apr 08 2011 06:00 PM, Las Vegas, United States

B18 Standards Committee on Fasteners and Subcommittee Meetings
Apr 12 2011 08:00 AM - Apr 13 2011 05:00 PM, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

B46 Surface Quality Meetings
Apr 13 2011 04:00 PM - Apr 14 2011 12:00 PM, Romulus, Michigan, United States

Y14 Committee Meetings on Engineering Drawing and Related Documentation
Apr 25 2011 08:00 AM - Apr 29 2011 05:00 PM, Orlando, Florida, United States

BPV Committee on Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Pressure Vessels, Reinforced Thermoset Plastic Corrosion Resistant Equipment Committee, and B31.3 Process Piping Taskgroups 
May 02 2011 08:00 AM - May 05 2011 05:00 PM, Tampa, Florida, United States

B1 Standards Committee on Screw Threads and Subcommittee Meetings
May 10 2011 08:00 AM - May 12 2011 06:00 PM, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

Joint B30/Cranes for Nuclear Facilities Committee Meetings 
May 15 2011 08:00 AM - May 20 2011 05:00 PM, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Conference & Exhibition 
May 23 2011 08:00 AM - May 27 2011 05:00 PM, San Francisco, California, United States

B31.8 Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping System Meeting
Jun 07 2011 01:00 PM - Jun 09 2011 12:00 PM, St. Louis, Missouri, United States

A17 Escalator & Moving Walk Committee Meeting
Jun 15 2011, 08:00 AM - 03:00 PM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

MFC Standards Committee
Nov 08 2011 08:00 AM - Nov 10 2011 01:00 PM, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

» Standards & Certification Meeting Calendar

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