Everything You Wanted To Know About CRN Registration For Boilers Pressure Vessels Fitting or Piping

Posted by Admin on April, 27, 2015

The design for boilers, heat exchangers, pressure coils, pressure vessels, etc has to obtain CRN (Canadian Registration Number) before being installed in Canada. It is a number issued by each province in Canada. The CRN Registration For Boiler signifies that the boiler’s design has been approved and registered for use in that province or territory. Understanding a boiler is a tough and complicated job in itself and it is even more complex to understand if a particular boiler requires CRN. In order to help designer in this complex procedure, many companies offer CRN Registration For Boiler services. Read on to find out more about CRN.

What is CRN?
As mentioned above CRN is a number issued by authorities in Canada when they accept and register a boiler design. It comprises of letters, four digits and decimal points digits (maximum 10) and two letters. In the CRN, the first and four digits is the sequential numbering system followed in different provinces. The first digit to the right of the decimal denotes the first province where the boiler was registered. The list is given below:

  • 1 - British Columbia
  • 2 - Alberta
  • 3 - Saskatchewan
  • 5 - Ontario
  • 7 - New Brunswick
  • 9 - Prince Edward Island
  • T - Northwest Territories
  • Y - Yukon Territory
  • N - Nunavut
  • 0 - Newfoundland
  • 6 - Quebec
  • 8 - Nova Scotia
  • 4 - Manitoba

What all should be included in your CRN application?
The following things must be included in your CRN application:

  • If you are submitting more than one design then you will have to fill a separate application and attach it with the necessary documents.
  • For each design you are planning to submit, only one set of drawings, applications and calculations is required.
  • All the documents should be in smallest legible size.
  • Make sure that your application form is complete because incomplete applications are rejected.
  • ASME Certificate

The process of CRN Registrations:
All the submitted documents are reviewed and verified.

  • If all the requirements are met then the boiler is assigned a Canadian Registration Number (CRN).
  • A letter enclosing the details like CRN, registration date, manufacturer’s name, condition, etc are sent to the applicant.

Being a complex process, it is always advisable to hire a company for obtaining the CRN Registration For Boilers. They do the complete review, calculations and also help in submitting the documents.

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