Connecticut Boiler Laws


The State of Connecticut CT Boiler Section (a department of the State Building Inspector) oversees all boilers and pressure vessels in the State of Connecticut. The Connecticut Boiler Inspection Program enforces standards governing the installation, operation and closure of boilers. Inspections are performed by Connecticut Boiler Section inspectors and by special (insurance company) inspectors commissioned by Connecticut to perform these boiler inspections. (excerpt from the State of Connecticut's boiler section official web site)


Connecticut boiler inspection program.

Boiler program.

Boiler requirements: Learn about the boiler inspection requirements for Connecticut. Research Connecticut boiler permit periodicities and common violations.
Boiler forms: Access common Connecticut boiler application, inspection, and payment forms online.
Boiler assistance: Need assistance in setting up a Connecticut boiler inspection, or need help understanding your responsibilities? You can find help here.
Boiler FAQs: These are frequently asked questions concerning the Connecticut boiler inspection program, viewing them will help you better understand the compliance process and become familiar with the terminology.
Boiler website: This link will take you to Connecticut boiler section website. You can get information related to the state's boiler program, including news and policy changes.
"R" Stamp companies: This link will take you to Connecticut National Board certified boiler repair and manufacturing companies that offer boiler repair, boiler maintenance, and new boiler sales. You can search for "R" Stamp boiler companies, these boiler repair companies are allowed to perform repairs on pressure vessels and are often required for certain repairs in state jurisdictions.
Boiler resources: This link will take you to Connecticut boiler resources and boiler links that will help you operate, repair, and use your boilers to their full potential. We have selected several online boiler resources that we feel are critical to helping you understand how your boilers work, follow the boiler codes that govern them, how to control the water chemistry, and pass the boiler operator tests.
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