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UG-99(g) exemption of gas leak test

UG-99(g) exemption of gas leak test

UG-99(g) exemption of gas leak test


Query 1: In order to waive off the Visual inspection of welded joints as per UG-99(g),

  • Does all the para of UG-99(g) (1), (2), (3) & (4) need to meet?

  • Or meeting para of UG-99(g) (3), (4) waive Visual inspection of welded joints.

  • Query 2: Dose UG(99)(g)(2) can be substituted with 100% RT as per agreement with Inspector.

    RE: UG-99(g) exemption of gas leak test

    Provided there's not a Code Case on this:
    Q1a: yes
    Q1b: no
    Q2: no
    AFAIK, only CC2247 is on UG-99, but probably not for your application.

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