I'm doing a task for our project where I'm trying to get approval to use hydrostatic testing for lines that show pneumatic testing required. We have gotten approvals in the past, but we're getting into large bore stuff, and we're trying to find out if it's possible to determine how long a 300 psi air compressor would take to fill certain lines for testing. Is there such a calculation? Or does anyone have any experience in this issue? Much appreciated!
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