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Our blog is full of some great Canadian Registration Number (CRN) resources that may answer the question you have.
CRN harmonization vs CRN reconciliation. Are they different? Reconciliation has been touted as an improvement to the CRN registration process. But is it simply a new and weaker buzzword for harmonization? Does reconciliation increase the speed of CRN registration and reduce registration and design costs? Are jurisdictions somehow harmonized further than they were before? Is […]
The truth is, fewer CRNs are better in many ways. With fewer CRNs, it’s easier to keep track of CRN registration numbers, it’s easier to ensure the right CRN registration number is affixed to the right equipment, and it’s easier if the regulators need not be contacted as much. It’s usually possible to combine […]
Revisiting Maximum Allowable Working Pressure (MAWP) and Design Pressure (DP) Contrary to the articles referenced below, it is a mystery how some seem to believe and even encourage others to think that the true design pressure of any vessel component, as defined in the code, is ever less than the MAWP of the vessel. It […]
API 6A and ASME B31.3 Chapter IX High Pressure Piping Components are NOT the Same. As those in the oil and gas industry venture to where ASME codes prevail, you could find out the hard way that API standards do not govern these component designs. Expensive assumptions about API applicability can be made incorrectly, at […]
Valid Canadian Registration Number (CRN) Database and Directory Information To ensure a strong supply chain, industry often needs to locate manufacturers of CRN registered pressure equipment. Pressure piping, vessels, boilers, and thermal liquid heating systems unexempt from CRN registration need components suitable for CRN registration and, though it can be difficult to find legitimate manufacturers, […]
About Cammar Corporation
Cammar Corporation is the combination of engineering experiences extending back to 1989. It’s Director, Cameron Sterling, MSc, PEng, worked on staff at ABSA, the CRN regulatory authority in Alberta, as a Safety Codes Officer evaluating CRN designs. The company has a solid foundation based on honesty, service, unyielding perseverance of quality and safety, proficient regulatory and technical expertise, thoroughness and practical experience. Cammar is licensed to practise professional engineering in Alberta, & Ontario.
- Fitting CRN Registrations November 26, 2021
- CRN Reconciliation vs Harmonization July 20, 2021
- Generic Designs Revisited March 17, 2021
- Maximum Allowable Working Pressure & Design Pressure February 8, 2021
- API 6A Is Not The Same as ASME B31 January 6, 2021