Publication Detail: C-1
Methods for Pressure Testing Compressed Gas Cylinders
Edition: 10
Published: July, 2009
Status: Available
Type: Standards and Specifications
Catalog group: Cylinders
Size: 41 pages

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Publisher: CGA
Special attributes: Referenced by NFPA
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U.S. DOT and Transport Canada regulations require cylinders to be tested at time of manufacture and periodically requalified for continued service. In this updated edition, the test methods for cylinders at time of manufacture are now included in this standard. These test methods include volumetric expansion testing, direct expansion testing, and proof pressure testing.

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