- ASME Codes & Standards
- Professional Engineer
Summary: The ASME Pressure Vessel Engineer acts under general supervision. Performs the design, layout, testing, and evaluation of ASME pressure vessels and associated components Performs product development activities including analysis of ASME code requirements interpretation and implementation of customer specifications and documentation requirements. Performs R&D tasks as required for product line expansions and new product development. Provides existing product line support through design review and modification activities and development of production improvement related design changes. Conducts engineering studies and may assign work to technical design staff.
Designs ASME Section VIII Div. 1 pressure vessels using specialized software and knowledge of the ASME code.
Performs thermal and mechanical functionality analysis and design of shell and tube and plate and frame heat exchangers.
Performs both life cycle engineering work on existing product lines as well as designing custom pressure vessels per customer requirements. Will perform R&D work as required.
Interacts with customers when supporting technical services team.
Uses Taco’s custom software as well as industry software for heat transfer analysis.
Supports production staff as required and may assist in production related testing and system development.
Knowledge of ASME Section VIII Div. 1 Pressure Vessel code and Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) guidelines.
Welding knowledge and general knowledge about how to manufacture pressure vessels, shell and tube heat exchangers, tank heaters, and plate & frame heat exchangers preferred
Knowledge of thermal analysis software such as HTRI’s Xist or mechanical analysis software such as COMPRESS or DesignCalcs preferred
Proficient in the use of AutoCAD and SolidWorks design software
Understanding of Commercial HVAC equipment operation preferred
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
PE Certification is a plus