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An overview of the complete seminar program:

Seminar Title Date
A1 ASME Code General Introduction 15 March '21
A2 Section VIII-1 Pressure Vessels 16 March '21
A3 ASME Code Section VIII, Division 2 - Alternative Rules 17 March '21
A4 ASME Code Section VIII, Division 1 Workshop - Design Calculation of Pressure Vessels 18 - 19 March '21
A5 Workshop: How to pass an ASME Joint Review 22 March '21
A6 Material Requirements of the ASME Code 23 March '21
A7 ASME Code Sec. IX - Welding 24 March '21
A8 ASME B31.3 and B31.1 - Piping 25 March '21
A9 ASME Code and PED Requirements 26 March '21
A10 ASME B16.34 - Valves 29 March '21
A11 ASME Code Section V - NDE Procedures and Personnel 30 - 31 March '21
A12 ASME Nuclear Codes - General Introduction 29 March '21
A13 ASME Nuclear Material Requirements 30 March '21
A14 ASME Code Section III - Nuclear Components 31 March '21
A15 ASME NQA-1 - Nuclear Quality Assurance 1 April '21
A16 Nuclear - Lead Auditor Examination 2 April '21
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A10: ASME B16.34 - Valves

Monday, 29 March 2021 / 9:00 - 17:00 (Online, GMT+1)

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420,- €


ASME B16.34 is the most recognized standard for flanged, bolted or welding end valves worldwide. In this seminar you will learn all important requirements regarding dimensions, tolerances, design, fabrication, testing, marking and the declaration of conformity. Important aspects are the determination of the minimum wall thicknesses of valves and the correct material selection with regard to Piping Codes B31.1 and B31.3 as well as ASME Code Sections I and III. Further key topics include manufacturer´s standards for valves and registration according to CSA B51 in Canada.

The seminar language is English.

Overview of the topics:

  • General requirements for valves, fittings and other safety relevant equipment

  • Pressure-Temperature Ratings

  • Responsibilities and duties of valve manufacturers and operators when selecting valves according to ASME B16.34, Manufacturer's Standard and/or ASME Construction Codes

  • Manufacturer's Standard requirements for valves

  • ASME Construction Codes I, III, IV, VIII requirements for safety relevant equipment

  • Requirements of the Canadian authorities for equipment according to CSA B51

  • Required marking

  • Material selection

  • Dimensions & tolerances

  • Fabrication

  • Nondestructive examination

  • Pressure testing (hydrostatic pressure test and alternatives)

Seminar Instructors:

Dipl.-Ing. Marcel Meronk (ANIS) | Phone: +49 201 74 72 75-24 | E-Mail:

Dr. Dirk KoelblMarcel Meronk is an experienced ASME Authorized Nuclear Inspector Supervisor at CIS GmbH and has provided consulting services and performed third party inspections of boilers, pressure vessels as well as nuclear facilities since 2006. He started his career in technical inspections at the TÜV Nord Group and specialized in the ASME Code business while working for One/TÜV/BV. His qualifications include certifications as welding engineer, as certified welding inspector and certificates in the four NDT test methods RT, MT, PT and VT. Marcel Meronk has many years of experience in conducting public and customer-specific seminars on a wide range of ASME related topics as well as other international Codes and Standards.

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