Above is the ASME pressure vessel tested to acquire ASME certification.
R and U stamp certified
We are now officially certified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC) with R Stamp and U Stamp certifications. These certifications declare that Sawyer is capable of meeting ASME and NBIC standards for the fabrication, repair, and alteration of boilers, pressure vessels, and other pressure retaining items. The ASME “U” stamp certifies Sawyer’s capabilities with new construction and fabrication, while the NBIC “R” stamp refers to repairs and alterations.
Sawyer has actually been capable of exceeding the code requirements necessary for ASME certification for quite some time but has now made it official. As such, Sawyer customers now have the security of knowing we hold the certifications that represent the leading standard for pressure equipment and components.
According to the ASME website, its certification mark “is regarded as the hallmark of acceptance and certification” and “is a means of complying with the laws and regulations in nearly all U.S. States and Canadian Provinces.” The NBIC website makes a similar declaration by stating its mark “has become an internationally recognized standard, adopted by most U.S. and Canadian jurisdictions.”
In the past year, we have expanded our offering to customers with the addition of Sawyer Services. From fabrication and assembly to machining and painting and blasting, we do it all. The wide range of custom work found within these services is in addition to Sawyer’s traditional product lineup, and the ASME and NBIC certifications are a critical addition to Sawyer Services.
While Sawyer has always had highly skilled experts working in a superb facility, the new ASME certification gives our customers a guarantee they expect. We want to ensure our customers’ that their fabrication projects are manufactured with the highest quality and craftsmanship possible, and these certifications go a long way toward doing that.