What is an IBR boiler & Non IBR Boiler?
IBR i.e. Indian Boiler Regulations is the law of India, which was created on 15th September 1950 in the exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 & 29 of the Indian Boilers Act. It governs design, manufacture, installation and operation of all steam producing vessels which fall under its purview.
It Describes a boiler as a steam producing vessel with a capacity exceeding 5 gallons (25 litres). In terms of IBR boilers, we mean any closed vessel exceeding 25 litres in capacity and which is designed to generate steam under pressure, including any mounting or fitting attached to the vessel which is completely or partially under pressure when the steam is shut of
Because the IBR is strictly enforced by the Indian government, no equipment or materials can be imported into India unless they are accompanied by a certificate confirming compliance with the IBR. The certificate must be endorsed by an inspection authority designated by the Indian government.
The Central Boilers Board in India recognizes Arise Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company RRG (ABIOTIC) as an Inspecting Authority and Competent Authority. BIOTIC has inspectors stationed in the U.S. and a global network of IBR inspectors to cover the locations where materials and pressure equipment may be sourced.
Why is IBR approval required?
If these Norms as per the IBR regulation are violated then legal action may be taken against concerns by the IBR authorities. In case any accident If IBR norms are not followed at site, the matter will become complicated, so it is critical that IBR piping is designed, fabricated, erected, and hydro tested according to the latest IBR code.
Advantages Of IBR Boiler
No explosion risk- Manufactured from IBR material
Compliance with the law ensures peace of mind
Tube life is longer and breakdown is less
Government-certified third-party inspections for safety
What is Non – IBR Boiler?
Non-IBR boilers are those that do not comply with Indian Boiler Regulations.
- Any boiler whose capacity is less than 22.75 liters (5 gallons) and produces steam under one kilogram per centimetre square under design gauge pressure and working gauge pressure.
- Non-IBR boilers in which water is not heated above 100°C.
- Boilers such as these are not subject to the specifications and compulsions of IBR law.
- The IBR Authority does not need to inspect it.
Advantages Of Non – IBR Boiler
- IBR does not have jurisdiction over this matter.
- There is no need to register boilers on site.
- Easy operation and maintenance.
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