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Important Public Notices

Boiler Systems Containing Glycol

 

Fuel Trains

 

Initial Internal Inspections

 

Clarification on Ball Valve Installations

 

Iowa Code

 

Chapter 89

 

Administrative Rules

Chapter 90

Administration of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Program

 

Chapter 91

General Requirements for all Objects

 

Chapter 92

Power Boilers

 

Chapter 93

Miniature Boilers Installed Prior to September 20, 2006

 

Chapter 94

Steam Heating Boilers, Hot Water Heating Boilers and Hot Water Supply Boilers

 

Chapter 95

Water Heaters

 

Chapter 96

Pressure Vessels

 

Maintenance Logs

 

Hot Water Heating Boilers

 

Steam Heating Boilers

 

High Pressure Power Boiler Log

 

Other

 

Safety Complaint Form

 

Advance Notice of Conversion

 

ASME CSD-1 Manufacturer's/Installing Contractor's Report

 

Instructions for Filing out ASME CSD-1 Manufacturer's/Installing Contractor's Report

 

Links

 

American Society of  Mechanical Engineers

 

National Board of Boiler &  Pressure Vessel Inspectors

Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Inspections

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Inspection Schedule for Utility Boilers:  The Boiler and Pressure Vessel Board has proposed rule changes that would reduce the frequency of internal inspections for some utility boilers.  The deadline to comment on the proposed changes is August 13, 2014.  Click here to view the proposed changes and instructions for commenting. 

New Boiler Inspection and Certificate Fees:  For the first time since 2005 boiler fees will go up on May 21, 2014.  Click here to view the new fee schedule.    

The Iowa Division of Labor regulates boilers and unfired steam pressure vessels according to Iowa Code Chapter 89.  Some hot water heating boilers used for pools or spas are regulated by the Iowa Department of Public Health.

If you have a covered boiler or pressure vessel you must make sure it is inspected by a state inspector or an authorized insurance company inspector.  Ten-day notice of new installations must be provided pursuant to Iowa Code Section 89.6.  Click here for a 10-day notice form.  Certain repairs and alterations must be authorized in advance by an authorized inspector.  Covered objects must be inspected by state inspectors or authorized insurance company inspectors.

You may request the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Board review an inspection report, grant a variance from a rule, or change a rule.  Click here for more information about the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Board.  

To apply for a special inspector commission, click here

To contact the boiler staff, click here:


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