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National Board of Boilers and Pressure Vessel Inspectors

The National Board Inspection Code (NBIC) was first published in 1945 as a guide for chief inspectors. It has become an internationally recognized standard, adopted by most US and Canadian jurisdictions. The NBIC provides standards for the installation, inspection, and repair and/or alteration of boilers, pressure vessels, and pressure relief devices.The National Board is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited standards developing organization. It follows approved standards development procedures (NB-240, National Board Inspection Code Procedures) and undergoes regular audits by ANSI.

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National Board of Boilers and Pressure Vessel Inspectors

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  1. National board of boilers and Pressure vessel inspectors

  2. The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors was created in 1919 to promote greater safety to life and property through uniformity in the construction, installation, repair, maintenance, and inspection of pressure equipment. The National Board membership oversees adherence to laws, rules, and regulations relating to boilers and pressure vessels. The National Board Members are the chief boiler inspectors representing most states and all provinces of North America, as well as many major cities in the United States.

  3. Functions • Promoting safety and educating the public and government officials on the need for manufacturing, maintenance, and repair standards. • Offering comprehensive training programs in the form of continuing education for both inspectors and pressure equipment professionals. • Enabling a qualified inspection process by commissioning inspectors through a comprehensive examination administered by the National Board. • Setting worldwide industry standards for pressure relief devices and other appurtenances through operation of an international pressure relief testing laboratory. • Providing a repository of Manufacturers’ Data Reports through a registration process. • Accrediting qualified repair and alteration companies, inservice Authorized Inspection Agencies, and owner-user inspection organizations. • Investigating pressure equipment accidents and issues involving code compliance. • Developing installation, inspection, repair, and alteration standards (National Board Inspection Code).

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