Inhouse Seminars

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A brief overview of the seminar content will give you an idea of the variety we offer. It´s made for your information, but if you want, you can get in contact with us by clicking on contact form on the right side to send an inquiry for further details. An Authorized Inspector will contact you to discuss your individual needs.

We offer our seminars throughout the world. There will certainly be a skilled Authorized Inspector near you to advise you on use of the ASME Code

Guide to ASME Code
  • Hierarchy of American and Canadian Standards
  • ASME Code Symbol Stamps (Certification Program)
  • Codes at the Location of Installation
  • Guide to ASME Code
  • How to use the ASME Code
  • Terminology
  • Definitions 
Scope and Interfaces of ASME Code Sections
  • Section I Power Boilers
  • Section III Nuclear Power
  • Section IV Heating Boilers
  • Section VIII-1 Pressure Vessels
  • Section VIII-2 Alternative Rules for Pressure Vessel
  • Section VIII-3 Vessels for High Pressure
  • Section X Fibre Reinforced Plastic Pressure Vessels
  • Section IX Nuclear Power
  • ASME B 31.1 Power Piping
  • ASME B 31.3 Process Piping
  • ASME B 31.4 Liquid Transportation
  • ASME B 31.8 Gas Transmission Piping
  • HPS (High Pressure Systems)
  • Referenced Standards: e.g.: ANSI B16.34, B16.5, B36.10 
  • ASME
  • National Board
  • Jurisdictions
  • Certificate Holder, Manufacturer
  • Authorized Inspection Agency
  • Material Manufacturer
CSA-B51-2003 (R2007)
  • Registration of Pressure Retaining Components in Canada
  • Fittings, Vessels, Boiler, Piping Systems
  • Quality Control
  • Data reports
  • Design of Pressure Vessels
  • Design of Power Boilers
  • Design of Piping Systems
  • Design of Nuclear
  • Components Comparism ASME / TRD / TRB / AD-Merkblaetter / PED
  • Material Selection
  • Stress Values
  • Alternative Methods of Calculation
  • Computerized calculation
  • ASME Code Section II
  • ASTM-, SFA-Specifications
  • Other acceptable Material Specifications
  • Marking of Materials
  • Testing of Material
  • Welded and nonwelded standard parts
  • Welding Consumables
  • Section III - Nuclear Material
  • How to order ASME Code Material
  • Receiving Inspection
  • ASME Code Section IX
  • Guide to Section IX
  • Welding processes SMAW, SAW, GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, OFW, LBW, PAW,
  • ESW, weld overlays, hard facing, other processes
  • Welding Consumables
  • WPS Procedures
  • PQR Records
  • WPQ of welders and welding operators
  • Acceptance criteria of welds
  • Workshop: How to qualify a WPS
  • Workshop: How to qualify a welder
  • Workshop: How to qualify a welding operator
  • Additional requirements for Section III
  • Additional requirements for Section VIII - Div. 3 
Heat Treatment
  • ASME Code requirements
  • Heat Treatment of Material
  • Postweld Heat Treatment
  • Preheating of Welds
  • Processes for HT
  • How to specify HT
  • Documentation and Records 
Examination and Testing
  • ASME Code Section V Nondestructive Examination
  • Examination Methods RT, UT, PT, MT, VT
  • NDE Personnel Qualification
  • How to write a Written Practice
  • How to qualify NDE Procedures
  • Guide to SNT TC 1A
  • Scope of examination
  • Acceptance criteria
  • How to reduce the scope of NDE
  • Pressure Testing
  • Proof Test
  • Impact Testing
  • Quality Assurance Systems
  • ASME Code Quality Control
  • QC Planning (Traveller)
  • Hold points
  • Final Inspection
  • Manufacturer’s Data Report
  • Nameplate and Stamping
  • Workshop How to write a traveller
  • Workshop Manufacturer’s Data Report 

Our workshops offer the opportunity to discuss specific questions in small groups. Experienced moderators and consultants are available to discuss the particular features of the ASME Code. The objective is to apply the possibilities offered by the ASME Code to your products and projects in an economic fashion.

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