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Quality Assurance - ASME & Code Stamps
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) was founded in 1880 for the purpose of establishing uniformity of shop drawing symbols, pulleys, machine screws, and key seats. As the Industrial Revolution blossomed, the need for standardization increased. Not only to allow for the integration of equipment, but also to ensure safety.

By 1884, ASME released their first set of testing standards for boilers and by 1915 the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code was published. Since its release, these codes and standards have been continually updated to keep pace with new materials and technology procedures.

Since adopting the quality assurance program to hold these ASME stamps decades ago, S. P. McCarl & Company, Inc. has used this expertise to provide tremendous value to numerous customers. We not only have the skilled crafts persons to weld per these standards but also have the knowledgeable leaders to develop and qualify new procedures to meet each customer's unique requirements. Our Certified Weld Inspectors (CWI's) have been experts in code welding for decades, having work with countless industrial customers.

Move your cursor over each stamp listed below to learn more about the code stamps held by S. P. McCarl & Company, Inc.

asme code welding
asme pp stamp asme u stamp asme s stamp r stamp national board of boiler and pressure vessel inspectors
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