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Malaysia DOSH

Malaysia DOSH

Malaysia DOSH

Hi everyone

Can anyone help me to learn about Malaysia DOSH?

My company has a new job in Malaysia for a skid of pressure vessel, with pressure over 30 bar and temperature over 300°C, and my customer asks to have Dosh approval for our product.

I try to search what does it mean or if could bring problems in design. For example for material as plates or flanges is the certificate EN 10204 type 3.1 enough or i have to ask to my suppliers other kind of certificate? DOSH is applied only for pressure Vessel or i have to consider also Valves?

If anyone could summarize the main features of this specification, i thank him so much.

RE: Malaysia DOSH

Search for Malaysian Factories Act. You also may contact an AIA.

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