Code Engineering

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Titan Research Group is a leader code engineering. TRG is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and votes on the ASME B31.3 Process Piping High Purity subcommittee as well as the ASME Bioprocessing Equipment Standards committee.

A code is a set of rules and specifications for the correct methods and materials used in a certain product, building or process. Codes can be approved by local, state or federal governments and can carry the force of law. The main purpose of codes is to protect the public by setting up the minimum acceptable level of safety for buildings, products and processes.

A technical standard is an established norm or requirement. It is usually a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices. Standards allow for interchangeability of parts, system interoperability, and they ensure quality, reliability and safety.

Code Engineering Services 

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Code Engineering

Titan Research Group has specialized in understanding local laws, regulations, standards, codes, acts, and procedures for ensuring that codes and standards are met in a wide variety of industries.

Fire Protection Safety

Titan Research Group deep domain knowledge in the National Building Code, and regional Fire Code regulations across Canada informs its commitment to fire safety and assurance of compliance to rules, regulations, and procedures.  Whether conducting evaluations, pre-start safety reviews (PSRs), or advising on design changes under the PSR, TRG is there for you.

Pressure Safety

Pressure safety code compliance is a field of particular expertise at TRG when it comes to meeting Canadian requirements. However, there are many other areas of safety that TRG has expert knowledge in.

Seismic Engineering

With an intimate knowledge of the building code and partners in civil engineering, seismic analysis of any structure aided by CAD and FEA is a snap. Let us tackle your most complex seismic safety challenge!