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MSS SP-134 vs. BS 6364 - Cryogenic Valve Allowable Leakage Rate Comparison

MSS SP-134 vs. BS 6364 - Cryogenic Valve Allowable Leakage Rate Comparison

MSS SP-134 vs. BS 6364 - Cryogenic Valve Allowable Leakage Rate Comparison

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All,

I am wondering if the helium test allowable leakage rates in MSS SP-134 can be compared apples-to-apples to the allowable leakage rates in BS 6364 (after converting units, of course). The reason I am wondering is that it seems that there could be a difference in test pressures between the two standards. Also, the test setup and procedure is different.

Any thoughts/insight would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Aaron

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