Artisan is proud to be the holder of three certificates of authorization, issued by ASME, and The National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessels Inspectors. Listed below are the certificated held and their designations:
Repair, #R-443 [View]
Artisan holds China Special Manufacturing License [View]
The People’s Republic of China
License # TS2200819-2017
Pressure Vessels Category D2
Artisan is experienced in design and construction to European PED / CE standards.
Artisan has experience in design and manufacturing to the standards in over 35 countries including CSA B51, DOSH, GOST-R, and JIS-MOL.
With over 150 Welding Procedures, including 300 series & Duplex SS, Titanium, Aluminum, Hastalloy, Mild Carbon & Chrome-Moly Steels using GTAW, SMAW, FCAW, GMAW, and SAW; we are able to certify to the pressure vessel requirements of China, Korea, Japan, Russia, and Europe as well as many other countries around the world.
Quality control at Artisan begins at the design stage, where our extensive experience helps us make sure all designs meet your requirements. Then our skilled manufacturing technicians built every piece of equipment to the high standards for which Artisan is known.
We’ve earned that reputation using quality assurance procedures proven by 80 years of process equipment manufacturing. Those procedures are controlled and updated by a dedicated Quality Control Department that reports directly to the President.
Quality Assurance is part of our daily activity at Artisan Industries. Q.A. manuals have been written and implemented to cover the broad range of products fabricated and machined in our facility. These manuals address quality requirements required by ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel codes, as well as Measurement & Calibration Specification ISO-10012.
Artisan has on staff two American Welding Society Certified Welding Inspectors, plus two ASNT Level II PT and MT inspectors. This allows us to perform in-house visual, liquid penetrant and magnetic particle inspections as needed to assure quality and maintain schedules. hydrostatic testing of fabrications is routinely performed up to 10,000 psi.