The last stage of construction for all pressure equipment, unless exempted for good reason and with the acceptance of the regulator, is hydro-testing. Often, the test pressure is a function of allowable strength at temperature, and we can help you to determine what that test pressure must be to meet code or standard requirements.
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 practice professional engineering in Alberta, B.C., & Ontario.
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