The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors certifies that: Power and Combustion, Inc. is authorized to use the following symbols in accordance with the National Board.
- "A" Assembly of Power Boilers at the above location and field sites controlled by the above location. (#12114)
- "U" Manufacture of pressure vessels at the above location and sites controlled by the above location. (#17365)
- "PP" Fabrication and assembly of pressure piping at the above location and sites controlled by the above location. (#12113)
- "R" Repairs and / or alterations at the above location and extended for field repairs and /or alterations controlled by this location. (R-204)
Power and Combustion, Inc. is authorized to apply the "NB" (National Board) mark and register boilers, pressure vessels, or other pressure retaining items with the National Board in accordance with it's provisions.
The scope of authorization is limited to items manufatured in accordance with:
ASME Stamps : U, A, & PP.
Power and Combustion, Inc. assures that our journeyman have had the training to excel in HVACR service, pipefitting, plumbing or sprinkler fitting. The comprehensive UA STAR exam can be taken by apprentices completing their five-year training program, or piping professionals in the field who want to further their careers.
Successful completion of the UA STAR exam earns applicants 30 hours of college credit toward an Associates Degree in Construction Supervision. That makes them the best qualified piping professionals in the industry!
Mechanical Service Contractors Association (MSCA) STAR qualification assures building owners and facility managers that their STAR qualified contractor is providing the highest level of skill, quality, value, and professionalism in the industry. How? To qualify as an MSCA STAR contractor, applicants must meet eight stringent criteria and submit supporting documentation to ensure all criteria are being met. These criteria include:
- Being an MSCA member in good standing
- Having a proven track record in the HVACR or plumbing service industry
- Having a minimum of 25% of current workforce UA STAR certified
- Having a documented company service safety and health program and maintaining an outstanding safety record
- Providing on-going training to both field and in-house employees
- Having employees attend at least one MSCA or MCAA-sponsored national or local program each year
- Having an established truck inventory control system and major tool inventory program
- Providing and requiring photo ID cards to be worn by all field personnel · Maintaining the highest levels of customer service standards
As more and more MSCA contractors become STAR qualified, the higher the bar will be raised for the mechanical service industry as a whole. Customers will begin demanding an MSCA STAR Qualified contractor for their jobs to guarantee value, professionalism and efficiency. MSCA STAR is Proof of Quality.