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HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

(OP)
It is necessary to remove the instrument valves such as
SDV & BDV during piping hydrotest.

RE: HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

what it is the question?

RE: HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

(OP)
dear hero123:
Is it advisable to remove the instrument valves such as
SDV & BDV during piping hydrotest? In other words, do u foresee any technical problem in cas one wishes to remove the shutdown/blowdown valves during the operation of hydrotesting.

RE: HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

no such recommendations are made in the reference codes for piping hydrotesting, refer ASME 31.4 or API RP 1110. hence, it will be better to have the valves while hydrotesting.

RE: HYDROTEST OF SDV & BDV

(OP)
thanks hero123
I have also same idea but I had doubt.

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