Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc. (WETT Inc.) is a non-profit training and education association managed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by holders of valid WETT certificates. Through its administrative designate, WETT Inc. functions as the national registrar of the WETT program. Through professional training and public education, WETT Inc. promotes the safe and effective use of wood burning systems in Canada.
For safe use, wood burning appliances must be installed to specific installation codes and safety standards established by the government and the wood-heating industry. To ensure these installations are in compliance, they need to be inspected by a WETT certified inspector. Wood Energy Technology Transfer (WETT) is the authority on all solid fuel burning appliances in Canada.
Our inspector will be able to help you assess, according to standardized guidelines and procedures that are recommended by WETT.
Our company has passed a Quality Assurance Program. SIM in qualified to perform the work in accordance with Manitoba Steam and Pressure Plants Act S210 and CSA B51- Boiler, pressure vessel, and pressure code. These include:
- Pressure Vessels- Installation
- Power Boiler- Installation and Repair/Alteration
- Heating Boilers- Installation and Repair/Alteration
- Power Piping- Installation and Repair/Alteration
- Process Piping- Installation and Repair/Alteration
- Building Services Piping- Installation and Repair/Alteration
SIM Enterprises has professional welders certified in SMAW (stick) and TIG.
In Manitoba, any person who performs welding processes on equipment or installations regulated by the Steam and Pressure Plants Act and Gas and Oil Burner Act must hold a valid Manitoba High-Pressure Welder’s Licence issued by Inspection and Technical Services Manitoba. This includes but is not limited to welding processes done on:
- Boilers, and all other pressure vessels, and
- Piping in steam heating and process systems;
- Piping in hot water heating and process systems;
- Compressed air systems over 15 PSI;
- Refrigeration systems;
- Chemical handling systems;
- Natural gas, propane, and fuel oil delivery systems.