Our blog is full of some great Canadian Registration Number (CRN) resources that may answer the question you have.
Cammar Corp was recently asked, “If a fitting has a CRN registration with ASME B31.3 as the code of construction, it’s likely ok to use it as a ASME B31.1 design, and vice versa, right?” The short answer is a qualified “no”. Now for the long answer, with our explanation and point of view with […]
“…unless pressure equipment is exempt from legislation, it needs to be properly registered with a CRN (Canadian Registration Number) before it can be legally operated.” Whether it is a fitting, pressure vessel, boiler, or piping system that you want to get CRN registration for, Cammar Corporation can help with the design and evaluation so it […]
“…more than 50% of 10,000 applications for registration in 2014 were deficient…” “…it’s unclear how new programs, without a proactive third party detailed examination of each design, can remedy this statistic.” This is the second article in the Canadian Registration Number (CRN) series. The first article, “CRN: What’s in a Number”, outlined CRN numbers, the […]
“One Canadian Registration Number (CRN Number) can represent millions of individual items…” Canadian Registration Numbers (CRN numbers) identify unique pressure equipment designs for use in Canada, and must meet requirements. Each design concept has a unique number. One Canadian Registration Number can represent millions of individual items, each with a different serial number, that all […]
Canadian jurisdictions have enacted laws to protect the public where there is danger. And pressure equipment is potentially extremely dangerous. Even a small air receiver, with an internal pressure of just 230 psig, has the explosive energy of about 1 lb of dynamite. It’s defined somewhat differently across Canada, but Alberta has some pressure equipment […]