ASCME certification for Model 4B228E

I recently had an inspector from the dept. of Labor come to my work location for a safety inspection. He said I need to make sure I have an ASCME certification stamp or letter of meeting their specifications to have my Speedaire Model 4B228E on a work site. If it is not certified and it is still on the work site next time he swings by, our company will be fined. Does anyone know if this model meets the ASCME certification standards?

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Nov 24, 2015
Certification
by: Bill

And is it ASCME or is it ASME?

https://www.asme.org/

Nov 24, 2015
Certification
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Generally, they all do when sold.

But I believe the cert is good for 5 or 10 years, and then it must be re-certified for commercial use.

So, if this machine's receiver is over that, that's likely what the inspector was talking about - an EXPIRED cert.

You should be able to tell for yourself - look for letters stamped directly on the tank. It will say the tank was certified, with an expiration date.

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