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What are certifications required to

What are certifications required to

What are certifications required to

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What are certifications required to become a QA/QC mechanical inspector(Static & rotating equipment + piping)?

RE: What are certifications required to

In the USA

For piping, API 570
For pressure vessels, API 510
For Tanks, API 653

Not sure on rotating equipment.

The devil is in the details; she also wears prada.

RE: What are certifications required to

In the EU: none, afaik. There are however some genera courses in welding engineering and welding inspection which provide valuable background to most fields in pressure equipment.
IWP
IWS
IWT
IWE
IWI, various levels. Comparable to CSWIP

Huub
- You never get what you expect, you only get what you inspect.

RE: What are certifications required to

All Inspectors shall be qualified in accordance with ASME QAI-1.

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