Certification and Accreditation

An ASME certification signifies that you or your company is committed to public safety and quality.

Businesses and regulators around the world rely on the ASME Certification Mark (The Mark). ASME certification is the clearest way to tell customers, supply chain, industry, and regulators that your company is committed to public safety and quality.

ASME’s Conformity Assessment program is the leading, universally recognized, independent Quality Assurance (QA) program that certifies that manufacturing, power generation, stamped products and parts fulfill the requirements of relevant ASME codes and standards. It certifies that stamped items conform to ASME standards, including the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC), the Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Standard, and/or Reinforced Thermoset Plastic Corrosion Resistant Equipment (RTP-1) Standard.

The Mark gives confidence that relevant QA processes, products and parts are safe, high-quality, reliable and consistent. In many countries, ASME certification is a means of complying with regulations, while also promoting global commerce.

Utilization of The Mark provides a way of complying with the laws and regulations in nearly all U.S. States and Canadian Provinces. Over 100 countries accept the ASME BPVC to meet government safety regulations. Today, more than 7,000 companies in over 70 countries are currently certified by ASME. In countries where The Mark is not legally required, it is invaluable in providing users with confidence that stamped items conform to established safety standards.

Certification and Accreditation

ASME Certification and Accreditation Programs offer companies supplying items or services to certify that they comply with the associated ASME standard.

Becoming an ASME Member

Joining ASME is the most important connection a current or future Mechanical Engineer can make.

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