CRN Registration

Pressure retaining components like boilers, pressure vessels, heat exchangers, steam traps, piping systems, and fittings are required to be registered in the province(s) of application/installation. Many companies, even domestic manufacturers, find it hard to deal with the registration process, as it’s complex and significantly varies between provinces. The result of this complicated process is a Canadian Registration Number (CRN) which is issued separately by each province and is governed by Canadian Standards Association CSA B51 Standard.

What we do

Expert registration team at deconeq Engineering Group undertakes the CRN Registrations responsibility for its customers and get their design and/or product(s) registered within reasonable time and cost. We ensure your product meets the requirements of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) and various other design Codes (including TEMA, API, ANSI, NACE, etc.) as mandated by CSA B51.
We take following actions to ensure the validity of our customers’ design.
  • Perform pressure boundary code calculations
  • Perform finite element analysis (FEA) if required.
  • Guide our customers through burst test procedure if required
  • Submit CRN applications to regulatory bodies on behalf of our clients
  • Renew CRNs upon expiry to meet the latest Codes and Regulations

This means our services go beyond just paperwork. Besides, we will handle and resolve many technical and procedural questions from jurisdictions.

For any questions/inquiries fill free to contact us. To learn more about CRN, read our following technical posts.

The Canadian Registration Number (CRN) is a number issued by each province or territory of Canada for a component (fitting), equipment or piping system. The CRN indicates that the design of the component (fitting), equipment or piping system meets the safety requirements outlined in the applicable codes, …

Here we will answer a question that many of our customers in manufacturing sector ask us. How to find valid CRN number for a product.
Thousands of CRNs have been issued to equipment, piping and components/fittings in Canada. Still not all the products are sold in Canada carry a valid registration number …
Registering your product in Canada requires a lengthy process and contact with Canadian jurisdictions. Here is provided a list of provincial contact info for those who willing to apply for a CRN number. Our experts in deconeq Engineering Group would be pleased to assist you with the lengthy process of registration …