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What types of steam receivers need to be registered with MOM?

Any vessel or apparatus (other than a steam boiler steam container steam pipe or coil or a part of a prime mover) used for containing steam under pressure greater than atmospheric pressure. Equipment that contains chemical or hydrocarbon material on the shell side and steam on the tube side. You do not have to register equipment where the safe working pressure does not exceed 0.5 bar or the product of its safe working pressure

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Flash Vessels Steam Separators Steam Accumulators ...

Tel: +44 (0)1636 704 208 [email protected] . Established in 1870 we have designed and built Pressure Vessels for over 145 Years

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Mandatory requirements for operating boilers and pressure ...

Steam receiver means any vessel or apparatus (other than a boiler a steam container a steam pipe or coil or a part of a prime mover) used for containing steam under pressure greater than atmospheric pressure. Air Receiver means :--(a) any vessel (other than a pipe or coil or an accessory fitting or part of a compressor) for containing compressed air and which is connected with an air compressing plant; (b)

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Air Receivers Vacuum Receiver Vacuum Receiver Tank ...

Pressure vessels or Air Receivers can be found everywhere from gasoline tankers to basement boilers. Given the fact that these vessels have several benefits to offer these have made their presence in several industries. However their utility is surpassed only by the perilous consequences if they are not aptly constructed and maintained.

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BOILERS AND PRESSUER VESSELS ORDINANCE

pressure of the boiler or steam receiver. (b)An hydraulic test of a new boiler or steam receiver that is being examined for the purposes of secion 24 shall be to one and one-half times the pressure that will be specified in the certificate of fitness as the maximum permissible working pressure of the boiler or steam receiver. (Amended 67 of 1978 s.21)

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