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EN Norms versus ASME

EN Norms versus ASME

(OP)
Hi everyone,

I'm actually designing a the piping BOP for a Gas Turbine and Distric Heating Plant.
Managing the Natural Gas at 65 barg, normally, with ASME, we need a double block and vent.
Where in the EN13480 is possible to find these priciples?

Thanks

RE: EN Norms versus ASME

Have you checked if the scope of EN 13480 applies to your scope of work?

RE: EN Norms versus ASME

(OP)
I've tried to find something related to but I didn't found it.
Is there any EN norm that will cover this issue?

RE: EN Norms versus ASME

What does BOP stand for? What country are u in? Have you checked with your local NoBo what they say? Could this maybe fa
 
ll under EN 3650?

RE: EN Norms versus ASME

Or EN 1594?

RE: EN Norms versus ASME

(OP)
BOP stands for Balance of Plant (Piping).
I'm Italian, but the plant will be built in Poland.

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