Guide to European Pressure EquipmentAuthor: Simon Earland , David Nash , Bill Garden
Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Publish date: April 2003
This book provides sensible, practical assistance on pressure equipment. European Pressure Equipment has been written using the day-to-day practical experience of pressure vessel users, manufacturers and suppliers for specifiers, and users of pressure equipment. It has been compiled to provide practical information about all aspects of design, selection and use. The book is aimed at everyone who has technical problems as well as those wanting to know more about pressure equipment and the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED), and also those who want to know who supplies what, and from where in Europe. Aimed at users of pressure vessels in industries such as the power, oil, petrochemical, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, utility and other industries, and also those involved in the specifying and purchasing of pressure vessels and ancillary equipment. The book will of course be of considerable use to designers and manufacturers. Content include: General Legislation and standards Specification of pressure vessels Design Manufacture Inspection and testing Installation, maintenance and in-service inspection Units and conversions and materials data Useful terms translated Classification guide to manufacturers and suppliers Reference index