Publication Detail: C-1
Methods for Pressure Testing Compressed Gas Cylinders
Edition: 11
Published: February, 2016
Status: Available
Type: Handbook of Compressed Gas
Catalog group: Cylinders
Size: 41 pages

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Publisher: CGA
Special attributes: Referenced by NFPA
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Pressure testing of compressed gas cylinders is required for many newly manufactured cylinders and also is an accepted test method for the requalification of cylinders. This standard contains operating and equipment requirements necessary to properly perform pressure testing of compressed gas cylinders. Tests include the water jacket method, direct expansion method, and proof pressure method.

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