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Drawing Requirements

Drawing Requirements

Drawing Requirements

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I want to know what's required to be on a ASME Code stamped pressure vessel weldment drawing. I've looked through Section VIII and could not find anything.

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RE: Drawing Requirements

Position (butt welds) and dimensions (fillets and others) of all welds on pressure parts. Weld specifications (filler metal, procedure, NDT, etc.) are supplied in separate documents.

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RE: Drawing Requirements

Most fabrication drawing for ASME show type of joints, weld size details and which item the details applies to; weld symbols are also employed.  The information may be on a fabrication drawing or refernced to a specific weld detail drawing.

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