3-Days and 3-courses that include discussions on Canadian Registration Numbers, ASME B31.3, BPE, Metallic Surface Finishing, and a tour through a facility that performs Electropoliching, Chemical Polishing, and Passivation. You have the option of registering for both course topics, the B31.3/BPE course, or the CRN course. Both courses include the Surface Finish course with the facility tour. The registration page explains it all.
2-Day Course on Acquiring Canadian Registration Numbers and the Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Standard
Spending valuable time drilling down through reams of regulations, application forms, and bureaucratic mumbo-jumbo on your own is no way to go about applying for a Canadian Registration Number (CRN) for your pressure containing products.
THERE IS A BETTER WAY.
W. M. Huitt Co., in partnership with Titan Research Group, can help you understand and navigate the very confusing and convoluted protocols established for obtaining a CRN for your pressure containing products. A system of protocols that is nuanced from one Canadian province to another. Let us help you through that process.
To learn more, with regard to cost and course agenda for the two courses, you can elect to take the combined ASME BPE/Navigating CRN's courses, or you can elect to take one or the other. Please email us at one or both of the following:
A book from ASME Press and Wiley Publications on the ASME BPE Standard
The only comprehensive and authoritative reference guide to the ASME Bioprocessing Piping and Equipment (BPE) standard
This is a 544 page companion guide to the ASME Bioprocessing Piping and Equipment (BPE) Standard and explains what lies behind many of the requirements and recommendations within that industry standard. Following an introductory narrative to the Standard's early history, industry related codes and standards are explained; the design and engineering aspects cover construction materials, both metallic and nonmetallic; then components, fabrication, assembly and installation of piping systems are explored. Examination, Inspection and Testing then precede the ASME BPE certification process, concluding with a discussion on system design.
The author draws on many years' experience and insights from first-hand involvement in the field of industrial piping design, engineering, construction, and management, which includes the bioprocessing industry. The reader will learn why dimensions and tolerances, process instrumentation, and material selection play such an integral part in the manufacture of components and instrumentation.
This easy to understand and navigate guide will assist engineers (design, piping, chemical, etc.) who need to understand the basis for much of the Standard’s content, as do the contractors and inspectors who have to meet and validate compliance with the BPE Standard.
Industrial Pipe Design and Engineering
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Piping Design, Engineering, and Construction Assistance
Learn about our affordable online pre-recorded piping design courses. You can now watch and listen to the courses of your choice at any time over a one week period. You can start, stop, pause, or replay the video as needed during that one week period.
W. M. Huitt Company has been providing pipingdesign and engineering support to Owners, Engineers, and Constructors in the Pharmaceutical, Petroleum Refining, Biofuel, Chemical, Nuclear Power, Coal Gasification, and Pulp & Paper industries for over twenty years and with over 47 years experience behind the business. We provide on-site or off-site temporary staffing and in-house consulting.
On-site we can perform piping system walk-downs, assist in the control of change orders and RFI's, assist in start-ups, help remediate design errors and construction conflicts.
Off-site we can develop specifications, procedures, and standards for all of your industrial piping requirements.
This historical narrative on the founding and development of the ASME Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Standard, in addition to the author's own experience with the industry during this same period of time, includes a compilation of interviews and discussions with many of the individuals directly responsible for the existence of the BPE Standard. Those individuals served as first-hand account resources and were instrumental in helping weave a substantive account of its creation and development.
What I find remarkable is the fact that in its 25th year many of the founding members are still deeply involved in the ongoing evolution of this industry standard. That same energy that stoked the fires and drove the creation of the BPE Standard is still very mach alive in these same individuals. Read their story and learn how such industry standards are created and sustained.
Piping Design Courses. Visit our learning site by clicking on the picture to the left. We have piping courses listed there that may be of interest.
W. M. Huitt Co. is a member of the following organizations:
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. As a member we play an active roll in the ASME-BPE Standard. As well as being active on several Subcommittee Task Groups we also sit on subcommittees for Parts MJ (Material Joining), MMOC (Matallic Materials of Construction), and CR (Certification). We are also a member of B31.3.
We are a member of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers. As a member we have participated in developing Chapter 10 (Rouge and Stainless Steel) of the ISPE Water and Steam Systems - Baseline Engineering Guide. At the annual ISPE conference W. M. Huitt gives a training presentation on Design Standards and Codes.
We are a member of the Construction Specifications Institute. The specifications, standards, and procedures we develop for Engineering Firms, Owners, and Constructors are based in many cases on CSI formatting.