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CANADIAN REGISTRATION NUMBER (CRN) SERVICES

We provide CRN registration solutions. At your service.

Our experience from working at a CRN regulator, and with companies worldwide, makes us the perfect choice to help you get CRN registrations for pressure vessel use in Canada.

Cammar Corporation will help you get, renew, revise or alter a Canadian Registration Number for your business’ success.

CRN Training

Cammar Corporation provides customer specific training for CRN registration and selected CRN related topics.  Solutions to your CRN registration problems can be presented to your group, to drastically reduce your cost and application time on future CRN requests.

Apply for a CRN

Need to get your equipment or products accepted for use in Canada? We are here to help, and will work with you and the regulators to get the CRN you need quickly, efficiently and hassle free. We’d say we’re pretty good at it.

CRN Design Help

Whether it is a fitting, pressure vessel, boiler, or piping system that you want to get CRN registration for, Cammar Corporation will help with the design evaluation, revisions, and documentation so that the CRN application will comply with the governing adopted codes, standards, and regulations.

CAMMAR PROVIDES EXCEPTIONAL CRN VALUE

We provide value added CRN services to our clientele.  The value we add comes from experience working at a regulator, and with companies worldwide.

Value means that we tell you about potential CRN issues with your design soon after our first glance.  And value also means that we tell you what the solutions to those potential CRN issues are, and we help you make necessary revisions.

Not only do we identify the potential issues before the regulator even sees your design, we propose solutions to those issues.  Our CRN regulatory experience points out the pitfalls so you don’t get stopped by them, and we have the know-how to get your equipment CRN registration as quickly as possible, without expediting fees. 

It was excruciated with a neurodermite periodically, one year ago in the winter the sore on the face and a neck has emerged, hesitated to leave on street. The doctor at the hospital prescribed Flagyl for me. At first I reacted to him with great suspicion, because first of all, a lot of side effects, and secondly, with him it is necessary to maintain immunity.

With our experience, you’ll get Canadian Registration Number approvals as quickly as possible. What’s more, our experienced approach and processes build on our good relationships with the regulators, relationships that every one of our clientele benefits from.

Save time, save money.  Our fee structure is simple: we get paid for our time.  Contingency fees are against our ethics, and lump sum payments allow for too much margin.

Contact us today to discuss your project and potential cost savings Cammar can bring to your CRN submission.

GET YOUR CRN QUICKLY WITH CAMMAR’S HELP

At Cammar Corporation, our primary service is helping businesses like yours get Canadian Registration Numbers for pressure equipment. Whatever stage of the process you need support for, we’re here to help.

Step 1:
CRN Design Evaluation

Just starting the design process? Lean on Cammar to:

  • Provide initial design review
  • Recommend engineering solutions
  • Train internal engineering staff

Step 2:
CRN Drawing Revisions

If your design needs improvements, Cammar can:

  • Provide revised engineering drawings
  • Provide recommendations for changes
  • Ensure regulations are met

Step 3:
CRN Registration

Cammar can help your business in the following ways:

  • Full application support
  • Partial application support
  • Resubmit/renew/revise applications
  • Internal staff training

CRN Equipment Expertise

  • Fittings
  • Pressure Vessels
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Boilers
  • SAGD Emulsion Pipelines
  • And more...

CRN Industry Knowledge

  • Oil & Gas Industry
  • Petrochemical Industry
  • Chemical Processing & Manufacturing
  • Pulp & Paper Industry
  • Steam Generation & Utility
  • Refrigeration

No matter your industry, we can help you get a CANADIAN REGISTRATION NUMBER

YOU CAN TRUST OUR CRN EXPERTISE

Cameron’s in depth knowledge of ASME BPVC, ABSA, and the Canadian Registration System for pressure vessels helped me to get a CRN for a design without the need for resubmittal. His experience and direction saved time and I would recommend him to anyone looking to get pressure equipment registered for use in Canadian markets.

Paul Rieder P. Eng.

Cameron was a colleague of mine at ABSA, the pressure equipment safety authority, in Edmonton, Alberta. During my tenure at ABSA Cameron worked as a senior design survey engineer.
In all of my professional interactions with Cameron, he demonstrated superior knowledge of pressure equipment design and application with respect to conformance to all applicable safety codes and safety regulations as well as to sound engineering principles and recognized good engineering practices.
I wholly recommend Cameron for any work or project related to pressure equipment design, application and safety.

Michael Mace recommends Cammar Corp.
Michael Mace
Renaissance Consulting

I have known Mr. Sterling for over six years while he worked for ABSA in Edmonton. I consider Cameron to be very knowledgeable in pressure equipment including vessels and piping and would always review my design submissions promptly and accurately. If any corrections were required, his explanations were always fair and thorough. I would highly recommend Cameron for his work ethic and professional approach.

Bob Davies
Project Coordinator

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Cammar Corporation Harmonized CRN Registration and Public Safety
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Harmonized CRN Registration and Public Safety

Have you ever tried to sing along with the radio? Sometimes, harmony just doesn’t happen easily. Now, consider 13 people trying to sing along to the same tune. For them to sing in harmony, even with the same music, they would need to work at it quite a bit. But, I digress.To get a Canada wide CRN (Canadian Registration Number), applications to 13 separate jurisdictions need to be considered and a comparable number of separate, independent regulatory reviews are required. Why? Well, in short, each province or territory in Canada is constitutionally responsible for legislation about public safety within their boundaries. Hence, time for parallel and separate reviews, then separate and additive fees, and then separate registrations, etc. are currently required. In this day and age, when ideas can flash around the globe at a key stroke, national CRN registration of designs (i.e. ideas) in Canada seems to be, well, quite awkward and glacial in December.This is not to say that regulators do a bad job. On the contrary, they are needed, appreciated, and certainly do contribute to the safety of the populace by helping owners of equipment (users, manufacturers, distributors, etc.) meet safety requirements. Indeed, regulators are of particular im