Acetake Group is an integrated inspection, engineering consulting, and material testing company. Our main focus is providing innovative solutions to our clients in the design, inspection, and registration of piping, tanks, pressure vessels, and HVAC systems.
We pride ourselves on offering a range of specialized services, including the development of welding and brazing procedures, the creation of quality programs per ASME, TSSA, CNSC, Transport Canada, and Health Canada, as well as design approvals, variance, and specialized repair on fuel and pressure retaining systems. Read More
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Without them I wouldn't be able to do this! They made the experience perfect! They walked me through every single step and they were always there whenever I needed to call or had a question. So, I highly recommend them.
I'd like to thank Acetake Group for helping us to get through our application for code work and give us the ability to expand our business. We are grateful to have them available at our back and call when issues or questions arise!
We employed Acetake Group to help us out with our PQRs and welding procedures. The guys have been great! The service is incredible! We have been very happy with their service and we hope to keep working with them in the future.
We have shared some of our most frequently asked questions here. If you can’t find the answer to your question, you can always ask us.
In summary, the main difference between a pressure vessel and a boiler lies in their primary purpose and function. While pressure vessels are designed to store or transport fluids under pressure, boilers are specialized vessels used to generate steam for various industrial applications. Understanding these distinctions is crucial for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of these essential components in different industries.
Repairs encompass any necessary tasks to reinstate a boiler or pressure vessel to a secure operational state, without deviating from the original design. In case there is a deviation from the design, there are different requirements.
Companies undertaking repair work must possess a Certificate of Authorization issued by TSSA or another Canadian jurisdiction. These companies can be found listed in TSSA's business directory. Alternatively, companies holding a National Board Certificate of Authorization (indicated by an "R" stamp) are also acceptable, as long as they fulfill all the requirements set by the National Board.
Inspection of BPVs for repair purposes with Mechanical Breakdown insurance:
If your BPVs are covered by Mechanical Breakdown insurance, get in touch with your insurer to arrange for the repair inspection.
Inspection of BPVs for repair purposes without Mechanical Breakdown insurance:
Prior to commencing any repair work, contact a local TSSA BPV inspector to ensure compliance with all technical and regulatory prerequisites. You can consult our BPV Inspector list to locate an inspector in your vicinity.
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