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pressure test using nitrogen

pressure test using nitrogen

pressure test using nitrogen

(OP)
Can anyone tell me how nitrogen i would need to pressure test a (diameter) 5" pipe, 150ft long. Test pressure 250 psi.
Just need a confirmation...

Thank you.

RE: pressure test using nitrogen

I come up with 11.46 kg.

RE: pressure test using nitrogen

You do know what the stored energy in this is, right?
This is how people get killed.  Be very careful.

= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
Plymouth Tube

RE: pressure test using nitrogen

What are you looking for...a drop in pressure?  That's one big pipe...

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