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Field erected boiler installations shall comply with the following:
  1. The vessel erector shall hold the appropriate ASME stamp for vessel construction.
  2. The licensed installer is responsible for the installation of all controls and burners which shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the requirements of ASME CSD-1 and, as applicable, the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, 12 NYCRR Parts 4 and 14, and NFPA 85.
  3. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection shall approve the installation of the boiler and burner for compatibility, controls and safety devices.
  4. Boiler vessels shall comply with one of the following listings:
    1. UL 726 or UL 795 as applicable; or
    2. UL 2106.
      Exception: Unlisted equipment shall obtain approval from the department.
  5. Controls and safety devices shall be tested and inspected in accordance with ASME CSD-1 and, as applicable, the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, 12 NYCRR Parts 4 and 14, and NFPA 85. Testing and inspection shall be performed by the burner manufacturer's authorized representative in the presence of the licensed installer.
  6. Inspection of the installed boiler assembly shall be performed by the department.

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