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Public comments may be submitted on proposed new ASME Standards drafts and on proposals to revise, reaffirm, or withdraw approval of existing ASME Standards. Comments should be addressed to the Staff Contact indicated for the particular proposal, with a copy to the Board of Standards Review, American National Standards Institute, 25 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036. Fax: 212-840-2298; e-mail: psa@ansi.org

All ASME public review proposals are available in hard copy at no cost and may be ordered from:

Terrell Henry, Administrator
E-mail: ansibox@asme.org
ASME Codes & Standards
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New York, NY 10016

Some proposals are also available electronically, directly from this page for no cost. Proposals that are available electronically are those which contain a link entitled "Public Review Draft File" at the end of the announcement. Simply click on that link to access the public review proposal.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

To ensure that the public has sufficient access to Proposals Available For Public Review, during the stated Public review period, all Comment Period End Dates shown on these pages reflect the day after the public review end date. The public review ends the day before at 11:59 PM(EST).


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Reaffirm current ANS: ASME A112.19.17 – 2010 - R20XX, Manufactured Safety Vacuum Release Systems (SVRS) For Residential and Commercial Swimming Pool, Spa, Hot Tub and Wading Pool Suction Systems

$49

Angel L. Guzman Rodriguez 03/01/23
This Standard establishes general requirements, dimensions and tolerances, materials, installation instructions, testing requirements, and markings and identification for SVRS devices. SVRS devices are intended to be utilized on pool, spa, hot tub, and/or therapy unit suction systems.
SVRS devices covered under this Standard are designed to relieve high vacuum occurrences that cause human body or body part suction entrapment.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME A112.3.4 – 2018/CSA B45.9 – 18 - R20XX, Macerating Toilet Systems and Related Components

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Angel L. Guzman Rodriguez 02/15/23
This Standard specifies requirements for materials, construction, performance, testing, and markings for macerating toilet systems and waste-pumping systems for plumbing fixtures. Such systems are intended to collect, grind, and pump, or collect and pump waste from a fixture (e.g., a water closet, lavatory, shower, or bathtub) and pump the waste to the sanitary drainage system.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME B30.24 - 2018 - R20XX, Container Cranes

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Kathleen Peterson 03/22/23
Volume B30.24 includes provisions that apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, and maintenance of container cranes used for lifting purposes, in conjunction with equipment described in other volumes of the B30 Standard. This Volume includes
power-operated cranes of the above type whose power source is either self-contained or provided externally; single, double, or box girder construction, utilizing a trolley and a container-handling spreader or other applicable lifting apparatus (cargo hook, cargo beam, magnet,etc.); and rail or rubber tire-mounted with through-the-legs or between-the-legs operation.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Revise current ANS: ASME B89.1.9 - 20XX, Gage Blocks

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Justin Cassamassino 02/20/23
This Standard specifies the most important design and metrological characteristics of gage blocks with a rectangular or square cross-section and a nominal length.

Public Review Draft File(255KB)

Reaffirm current ANS: ASME B89.3.7-2013 (R2018) - R20XX, Granite Surface Plates

$39

Justin Cassamassino 02/22/23
This Standard covers igneous rock (granite) plates for use in high accuracy locating, layout, and inspection work. It encompasses new certification, recertification in the field, and recertification after resurfacing. In general, the standard covers any size granite surface plate.

For proposed reaffirmations and withdrawals, copies of the current standard may be purchased from ASME Customer Care at customercare@asme.org or by calling 800-843-2763. You may also purchase a copy online at https://www.asme.org/shop/standards.

Revise current ANS: ASME BPVC Section I - 20XX, Rules for Construction of Power Boilers

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Umberto D'Urso 02/07/23
This Code covers rules for construction of power boilers, electric boilers, miniature boilers, high temperature water boilers, heat recovery steam generators, solar receiver steam generators, certain fired pressure vessels, and liquid phase thermal fluid heaters to be used in stationary
service and includes those power boilers used in locomotive, portable, and traction service. The rules are applicable to boilers in which steam or other vapor is generated at a pressures of more than 15 psig (100 kPa) for use external to itself, and high temperature water boilers intended for operation at pressures exceeding 160 psig (1.1 MPa) and/or temperatures exceeding 250 degree F (120 degree C).

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Revise current ANS: ASME BPVC Section IX - 20XX, Welding, Brazing and Fusing Qualifications

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Ray Rahaman 02/15/23
Section IX of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code relates to the qualification of welders, welding operators, brazers, brazing operators, and fusing operators, and the procedures employed in welding, brazing, or plastic fusing in accordance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and the ASME B31 Code for Pressure Piping.

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Revise current ANS: ASME BPVC Section V - 20XX, Nondestructive Examination

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Carlton R.M. Ramcharran 02/07/23
This Section of the Code contains requirements, methods, and techniques for nondestructive examination (NDE), which are Code requirements to the extent that they are specifically referenced and required by other Code Sections or referencing documents. These NDE methods are intended to detect surface and internal imperfections in materials, welds, fabricated parts, and components.

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Revise current ANS: ASME BPVC Section VI - 20XX, Recommended Rules for the Care and Operation of Heating Boilers

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Carlton R.M. Ramcharran 02/07/23
Section VI of the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code contains recommended guidelines to promote safety in the use of steam heating, hot water heating, and hot water supply boilers that are directly fired with oil, gas, electricity, coal, or other solid and liquid fuels.

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Revise current ANS: ASME BPVC Section VII - 20XX, Recommended Guidelines for the Care of Power Boilers

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Umberto D'Urso 02/14/23
The purpose of Section VII, Recommended Guidelines for the Care of Power Boilers, is to promote safety in the use of power boilers. These guidelines are intended for use by those directly responsible for operating, maintaining, and examining power boilers. With respect to the application of these guidelines, a power boiler is a pressure vessel constructed in compliance with Section I in which, due to the application of heat, steam is generated at a pressure exceeding 15 psig (100 kPa) for use external to the boiler. The heat may be derived from the combustion of fuel (solids, liquids, or gases), from the hot waste gases of other chemical reactions, or from the application of electrical energy.

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