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Additional requirement of WPS as per ASME sec III NB

Additional requirement of WPS as per ASME sec III NB

Additional requirement of WPS as per ASME sec III NB

(OP)
Hello ,
Can anyone help me that , what are the additional requirement of ASME Sec III NB for WPS with respect to ASME Sec IX. ???

Regards
HNJ

RE: Additional requirement of WPS as per ASME sec III NB

There's really extensive coverage of this in NB-4331 Conformance to Section IX Requirements. It's more than I feel comfortable providing under fair use laws, and more than I feel comfortable with trying to synopsize. If you're supposed to be providing a component to NB standards, hopefully you have purchased a copy of Section III. You can't just weld to Section IX and believe you're ok.

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RE: Additional requirement of WPS as per ASME sec III NB

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thanks, any more suggestion

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