ASME Pressure Vessels



Modern Welding Company subsidiaries are ASME Code, 'U' stamp approved. This certifies Modern Welding Company to fabricate Section VIII Division 1 pressure vessels. In addition to these, Modern Welding Company has "R" stamp certification to perform repairs and alterations to boilers and pressure vessels as issued the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.

Technical Service

Modern's staff has in-house ASME code verification software, Compress by Codeware, which gives you the best fabricated pressure vessel for your investment. Drawings are developed using AUTOCAD by Autodesk, computer aided drafting, for accuracy and clarity.

Welding Procedures and Material of Constructions Modern has a library of up to date, certified, welding procedures developed for welding many different kinds of ferrous and nonferrous metals. These procedures consist of SMAW, GMAW, GMAW-S, FCAW-G, FCAW-S, SAW & GTAW welding processes.

Testing and Examinations

All nondestructive examination is supervised by our in house Level III technician and AWS Certified Welding Inspector. Examinations Include:

  • Visual Examination
  • Magnetic Particle Examination
  • Radiographic Examination
  • Penetrant Examination
  • Ultrasonic examination
  • Leak Testing
  • Additional destructive testing is performed by Quality Control personnel.
  • Training

Modern's in-depth welder training program is conducted by an AWS Certified Welding Educator. This assures skilled craftsmen who are educated and familiar with the latest welding technologies. Training is also extended to our Quality Control Inspectors with certification performed in accordance with ASNT, American Society for Nondestructive Testing.

Additional Information

See our subsidiary locations for manufacturing capabilities and capacities.

See our Quality Assurance section for additional code compliance information.


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