A reconciliation agreement between nine provinces and territories was recently signed to facilitate the registration of pressure containers across Canada. The Reconciliation Agreement for the Canadian Pressurization Equipment Registration Number (RA for CRN) provides for mutual recognition of boiler, pressure tank and faucet design controls by participating provinces and territories. In Canada, pressure containers and faucets used in applications with pressure greater than 15 psi and pipe supports are a fluid that is no more dangerous than water must have a Canadian Registration Number (CRN). From 1 January 2020, manufacturers wishing to obtain a European-wide registration will now be able to expect a lighter design review process. Design reviews conducted by Canadian provinces and territories participating in the Reconciliation Agreement for the Canadian Registration Number (CRN) of pressurized equipment are now mutually recognized and should not be reviewed in any other legal area. In the Reconciliation Agreement for the Canadian Registration Number (CRN) for pressurized equipment. The online registration service also includes elements of the national registration requirements that appear in the application forms. Technical Safety BC offers a reciprocal check-in service. Mutual registration recognizes that a technical assessment was conducted by a qualified professional in another province or region. Once a design is registered with a Canadian province, the applicant must submit the design of the reciprocal registration to Technical Safety BC. As the B.C.
regulator, Technical Safety BC cites service to its customers and environmental responsibility as grounds for participation in this agreement. A detailed guide to identifying tank, piping and assembly CRN numbers. As they say, which province registered the product first and where it is registered, and how to combine the registration numbers of several provinces into a number that matches your badge. For more information, check out the latest news and the full agreement. The Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) provides a national registration service that helps manage design registration across Canada or in some provinces outside Ontario. For each Canadian registration number (NRC), administrative costs are low.