Pressure Equipment Directive

Compliance to European Directives such as the Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC and Directive 2014/68/EU which will replace in July 2016, are required of manufacturers of pressure equipment that operates above 0.5 bar before such equipment may be legally sold within any of the 28 European Union member states.

PED compliance assistance service

Determination of whether pressure equipment complies to Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC and Directive 2014/68/EU under sound engineering practice or requires a CE mark is not always obvious.  Titan Research Group’s engineers have in-depth experience with pressure equipment such as piping, vessels, safety accessories, pressure accessories and components.   Let us assist you to cut through the fog and clarify how your pressure equipment can comply to Pressure Equipment Directive.

PED no-nonsense initial compliance review

We believe in simplifying the regulatory compliance process.  By reviewing a general specification of the pressure equipment intended to be sold to the European Union, TRG can usually make an initial determination of the path that is required to comply with PED.  

AD2000 code report generation service

Our engineers have extensive experience with international pressure code and PED requisite AD2000 code.  TRG’s engineers help manufacturers of pressure equipment generate appropriate PED compliant code calculations and can advise on materials conformity techniques and practices to the satisfaction of the PED, regardless of code to which the pressure equipement was originally designed. 

PED Full Compliance report service

Depending upon the initial PED compliance review results, Titan Research Group can provide an in-depth report of the PED requirements and the quality manual and systems updates required in order to issue a Certificate of Conformity to the Pressure Equipment Directive.