Aguilar y Salas group obtains the NB certificate and the R stamp for repair and maintenance of equipment manufactured in Brazil

Top Quote These stamps of The National Board authorize Aguilar y Salas S.A.'s subsidiary in Brazil to repairs and perform transformations in pressure equipment in its premises or in the customer. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 10, 2016 - Barcelona - Aguilar y Salas S.A, leader in design and construction of static process equipment for the chemical, Oil & Gas, and fertilizers industries, announces that has been awarded with the R certificate of The National Board, which authorizes the company to repair and perform alteration tasks in pressure equipment, already installed or in customer facilities. These functions will apply high and low pressure equipment, such as heat exchangers, reactors, columns or vessels.

    "Aguilar y Salas is a company committed to quality, safety and respect to the environment with its equipment, always following the parameters of the international legislation. This new certification allows us to improve our equipment, customizing it to the customer' needs and maintaining optimum condition for maximum performance ", says Ignasi Serra, Quality Manager of Aguilar y Salas, S.A.

    The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors is an association created in 1919 with the aim of promoting safety through the uniformity in the construction, installation, repair, maintenance and examination of pressure equipment. This organization supervises on a global scale the laws and regulations related to pressure equipment.

    For Aguilar y Salas S.A. these certificates represent a step forward in the consolidation of the company in the North American and South American markets. The company recently announced the obtention of the U and U2 ASME stamps, certifying that their equipment is designed and manufactured to work with high pressures, fulfilling the international safety regulations. Aguilar y Salas is increasing its presence in the American continent, and the subsidiary's turnover reached 21 million BRL in 2015, a significant increase compared to 4 million BRL in 2014.

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