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EPSI: ASME-Coded High-Pressure Vessels

May 20, 2003
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Engineered Pressure Systems, Inc.'s (EPSI) high-pressure vessels are TUV or ASME coded. The current code for pressure vessels maintains safety for the public and is a requirement in most states. ASME Section VIII of the code sets standards for responsibilities, material requirements, design requirements, fabrication, nondestructive examination and testing. EPSI ensures that its vessels meet all requirements under the ASME code. "User Design Specifications" and a "Manufacturer's Design Report" are certified by an on-staff registered professional engineer with over 25 years of experience in pressure-vessel design. The ASME-coded forged vessel is an essential building block of most of EPSI's high-pressure products.

For additional information, call (32) 3711-2464 or visit http://www.epsi-highpressure.com .

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