TWI's welding engineers have extensive experience operating to international codes, standards, regulations and specifications from procedure qualification for original fabrication to quality control and quality assurance during welding to repair process development in all industry sectors.
BS EN 15614, EN 287, EN ISO 9606, BS 4872, ASME Section IX, CAA A8-10
Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
PD5500, EN 13480, EN 13445, BS 4515, EN 1011, BS5400, DIN 6700
ASME B&PV Section VIII, Section III, Section XI, B31.1, B31.3, B31.4, B31.8
API 1104, API 510, API 620
AWS, ASME Section IIC, EN standards
Industry specific codes/standards
EEMUA 153, 158, DNV OS F101, ISO15156, Lloyds rules, MOD, ABS rules etc.
BS 7570 (Validation of equipment)
The Arc Welding department is also noted for its work on Health and Safety: welding fume (and hazards) and EMF in welding.
To keep up-to-date with the latest editions of international codes and standards
Our welding engineers are qualified to work according to the main international welding standards, many of them are involved in the standardisation committees and their skills have often proven crucial in providing clarification on the intent of clauses within welding standards.
TWI can help you to improve your competitiveness in international markets, if you need to:
- Formulate your welding procedures according to EN, ISO, ASME and other international standards
- Comply with changing contractual requirements
- Update your information on foreign standards
- Obtain advice on certification
- Formulate and justify a request for concession from standard or contractual requirements