General CRN FAQs

  • Why are CRNs required?

    CRNs, or Canadian Registration Numbers, are required in Canada to ensure public safety. A CRN number Canada helps to guarantee that pressure equipment meets adequate safety requirements. Equipment must be designed, built and tested based on codes and standards that have been developed to protect the public. As well, provincial and territorial governments in Canada use CRNs to assign responsibility for pressure equipment designs. Although each province and territory has authority over registration and requirements in their own region, regulatory bodies work together to ensure that CRNs are recognizable and can be tracked across the country. A CRN is required before the pressure equipment is built. Read More...
  • What is a CRN?

    CRN stands for Canadian Registration Number.  It is assigned to pressure equipment in Canada by provincial regulatory jurisdictions.  Unless exempt from registration , all pressure equipment must be registered with a CRN before use in Canada.  It is not the same as certification markings such as CSA, UL, FM, Intertek etc. Read More...
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