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This code or standard was developed under procedures accredited as meeting the criteria for American National Standards. The Standards Committee that approved the code or standard was balanced to assure that individuals from competent and concerned interests have had an opportunity to participate. The proposed code or standard was made available for public review and comment that provides an opportunity for additional public input from industry, academia, regulatory agencies, and the public-at-large.
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No part of this document may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic retrieval system or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. CR-4 Requirements Subject to Change. Tubing Sizes. The initial scope was approved by the CCS on June 20, , with a directive to the Board on Pressure Technology to initiate this project with the following initial scope: This standard is intended for design, materials, construction, inspection, and testing of vessels, piping, and related accessories such as pumps, valves, and fittings for use in the biopharmaceutical industry.
The rules provide for the adoption of other ASME and related national standards, and when so referenced become part of the standard. The purpose was to develop an ASME standard that would be distinctive, germane, and not in conflict with other industry standards. Wherever possible, the Committee strived to reference existing standards that are applicable to biopharma- ceutical equipment design and fabrication. It is the aim of the Society to provide recognition of organizations so authorized.
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Organizations that are authorized to use Symbol Stamps for marking items or constructions that have been constructed and inspected in compliance with ASME codes and standards are issued Certificates. It is the aim of the Society to maintain the standing of the Symbol Stamps for the benefit of the users, the enforcement jurisdictions, and the holders of the Stamps who comply with all requirements.
Based on these objectives, the following policy has been established on the usage in advertising of facsimiles of the symbols, certificates, and references to codes or standards construction. However, facsimiles may be used for the purpose of fostering the use of such construction. Such usage may be by an association or a society, or by a holder of a Symbol Stamp who may also use the facsimile in advertising to show that clearly specified items will carry the symbol.
These include requirements for materials, design, fabrication, examination, inspection, and stamping. Items constructed in accordance with all of the applicable rules of ASME are identified with the official Symbol Stamp described in the governing code or standard. Fabricator x Ankers, Chair R. Zinkowski, Vice Chair P. Ankers, LifeTek Solutions, Inc. Baram, Clifton Enterprises E. Benway, Ironwood Specialist, Inc. Brown, Swagelok Co.
Campbell, Bechtel National, Inc. Cirillo, Jacobs Field Services R. Cotter, Cotter Brothers Corp. Dvorscek, Abbott Laboratories E.
Fisher, Fisher Engineering M. Hanselka, IES, Inc. Henon, Arc Machines, Inc. Hohmann Consultant L. Hutton, Arkema, Inc. Cirillo, Jacobs Field Services M. Benway, Chair, Ironwood Specialist, Inc. Balmer, Sanofi Pasteur B. Daly, Jacobs Engineering J.
Davis, GE Healthcare J. Dvorscek, Abbott Laboratories xi K. Kimbrel, UltraClean Electropolish, Inc. Mahar, Cuno, Inc. Manning, VNE Corp. Murakami, Hitachi Plant Technologies Ltd. Murphy, Global Stainless Ltd. Pelletier, CRB L. Peterman, United Industries, Inc. Trumbull, Paul Mueller Co. Vogel, Process Facilities Services, Inc. Smith, Consultant C. Hohmann Consultant M. Pelletier, CRB K. Fisher, Fisher Engineering G.