ASME RTP-1, To Stamp or Not to Stamp

More and more Plant Owners and Engineers are specifying certified FRP tanks. This is a presentation from the 2017 Plant Engineer’s FRP Forum, entitled “ASME RTP-1, To Stamp or Not to Stamp”.

The presentation discusses options of buying tank “Designed To or Built To, but Not Stamped” and the responsibilities associated with that path. This presentation discusses the Pros and Cons of specifying certified FRP Vessels and versus just specifying the standard.

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ASME RTP-1, To Stamp or Not to Stamp

More and more Plant Owners and Engineers are specifying certified FRP tanks. This is a presentation from the 2017 Plant Engineer’s FRP Forum, entitled “ASME RTP-1, To Stamp or Not to Stamp”. 

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