ROCKMART, Ga. — Miura America Co. Ltd. recently donated its once-through compact modular steam boiler to the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors Inspection Training Center in Columbus, Ohio.
This contribution, the company says, underscores its commitment to advancing boiler safety standards and supporting the education and training of boiler inspectors nationwide.
In its announcement, the company says its newly donated steam boiler represents the latest advancement in boiler technology, providing the National Board's inspectors with a cutting-edge tool to enhance their knowledge and skills in boiler and pressure vessel inspection.
This advanced equipment, the company says, will not only facilitate hands-on training but also enable the National Board to stay at the forefront of industry best practices.
The boiler was delivered by Miura's Marketing Manager Andrew Eklind, and National Manager and Executive Customer Liaison Ed Verderose, who is also a member of the NBBI Advisory Committee. In its release, Miura says that the donation symbolizes the close collaboration between Miura and the National Board. Their presence at the donation ceremony demonstrates the company's commitment to supporting boiler safety and inspection standards.
The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors Inspection Training Center, with its main campus located in Columbus, Ohio, provides comprehensive training programs and resources for boiler and pressure vessel inspectors, engineers, and professionals in the industry. The addition of Miura’s advanced once-through steam boiler, the company says, will undoubtedly enhance the quality of training offered at the center.
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