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Welcome to the module Codes and Specifications for Boilers and Pressure Vessels (EA 822) for the Welding Supervisor's Certificate. This module aims to provide knowledge and skills necessary for the interpretation of rules set out in the following Australian Standards: AS 1210 - Pressure Vessels; AS 1228 - Boilers - Watertube; AS 4037 - Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Examination and Testing; AS 4041 - Pressure Piping; AS/NZ 3992 - Boilers and Pressure Vessels - Welding and Brazing Qualificati
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