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boiling oil lines

boiling oil lines

boiling oil lines

Can anyone help me about boiling oil lines hydrostatic test..
I know that we can't use water for boiling oil lines hydro test. Can be pneumatic test or what is the safest way to practise pressure test to boiling oil lines. (per asme B31.3)


RE: boiling oil lines

Uh, I'd test with oil that's not boiling.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: boiling oil lines

Thanks for link MintJulep. I have curiously read this article and it was very useful..


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