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Terminology / N-Type Code Symbol Stamps

Terminology / N-Type Code Symbol Stamps

Terminology / N-Type Code Symbol Stamps

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Does anyone know of a good website that helps explain the "N", "NA", "NPT", "NS", "NV", and "N3" stamps in regards to when one is used over the next and to refernece further definition under the respective symbology?  Examples would be a great refernece but all I have been able to readily find are basic / brief definitions.

RE: Terminology / N-Type Code Symbol Stamps

Link to and read the following information provided by ASME.....

http://files.asme.org/asmeorg/Codes/CertifAccred/Certification/837.pdf


Most everything can be found at the following link:
http://www.asme.org/Codes/CertifAccred/Certification/Nuclear_Accreditation.cfm

Or perhaps you should attend sone training provided by ASME.
http://www.asme.org/Education/Courses/

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