BPVC-XII - 2007 BPVC Section XII-Rules for Construction and by ASME

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This part covers specifications for building and endured carrier of strain vessels for the transportation of risky items through road, rail, air or water at pressures from complete vacuum to 3,000 psig and volumes more than one hundred twenty gallons. "Construction" is an all-inclusive time period comprising fabrics, layout, fabrication, exam, inspection, trying out, certification, and over-pressure security. "Continued carrier" is an all-inclusive time period concerning inspection, checking out, fix, alteration, and recertification of a shipping tank that has been in provider. This part includes modal appendices containing necessities for vessels utilized in particular delivery modes and repair purposes. principles referring to using the T Code image stamp are integrated

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9) Apply the required stamping and or nameplate to the vessel and make certain that it is applied to the proper vessel. (r) Prepare the required Manufacturer's Data Report and have it certified by the Inspector. ( s ) Provide for retention of Manufacturer's Data Reports. 1 Structural and Pressure-Retaining Integrity The Manufacturer is responsible for the structural and pressure-retaining integrity of the vessel or vessel part 2007 SECTION XI1 I and for compliance with the requirements specified by the Owner a i d the rules of this-section.

F) Part TE contains requirements for nondestructive examination. (g) Part TT contains the testing requirements. (h) Part TR contains rules for pressure relief devices. (i) Part TS contains the stamping and certification requirements. It also provides requirements for Manufacturer's Data Reports and other records. (j) Part TP contains the requirements for continued service, repair, and alterations. 2 Mandatory Appendices Tables, charts, and figures providing relevant illustrations or supporting information for text passages have been designated with numbers corresponding to the paragraph they illustrate or support.

2-2 High Alloy Steels (Cont'd) Specification Number Bolting (Cont'd) SA-193 UNS No. S30500 531600 TypeIGrade ASME P-No. Group No. B8P CI. 1 and 2 B8M CI. 1 and 2, B8M2 CI. 2 BBMNA CI. 1A B8T CI. 1 and 2 B8C CI. 1 and 2 B6 B8F CI. 1, B8FA CI. 1A B8 CI. 1 and CI. 2, B8A CI. 1A B8M CI. 1 and 2, B8MA CI. 1A B8T CI. 1 and 2, B8TA CI. 1A B8C CI. 1 and 2, B8CA CI. 1A 651 CI. A and B 660 CI. A and B XM-19 630, H1075, H1100, H 1150 (not welded) 630, H1075, H1100, H 1150 (not welded) NOTES: (1) The maximum allowable design stress values given in Table 1A of Section II, Part D, for solution annealed Type 304 stainless steel (Alloy UNS S30400) are applicable for solution annealed Type 304LN stainless steel (Alloy UNS 530453) for maximum design metal temperature not exceeding 38°C (10O0F).

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