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Intertek, a leading provider of quality and safety solutions worldwide, has gained accreditation as an ASME Independent Third-Party Inspection Organization (AIA).
Nonprofit Fundraising Agency to Work with ASME Foundation on Developing Effective Annual Campaigns to Engage More Donors
The purpose of this event is to raise public awareness of engineers' positive contributions to the quality of life, promote the importance of a technical education including a high-level of math, science and technology literacy among both ASME membership and local citizenry, and to motivate youth to pursue engineering and related careers to provide a diverse and vigorous engineering workforce.
The ASME Certificate and the implementation of our Nuclear Quality System (NQS) program will enable us to produce and supply our products to companies involved in nuclear activities," said H.
ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference (2005: Denver, CO)
WPSs: The NCPWB has more than 100 WPSs that have been developed and qualified in accordance with ASME code requirements.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) recently announced that the June 2004 issue of ASME publication Mechanical Engineering features an article highlighting current research undertaken by Pennsylvania State University scientists to develop a new type of microbial fuel cell that is capable of purifying wastewater while producing electricity.
In addition to supplying complete CIP and hygiene critical systems, Suncombe are now offering pipework fabrications that also comply with ASME BPE specifications.