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ISO 27895 - VACUUM TECHNOLOGY — VALVESLEAK TEST - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-12-15
Description: This International Standard specifies methods for the leak testing of vacuum valves used for control of gas flow or vacuum pressure in a vacuum system.
BSI - BS ISO 27895 - VACUUM TECHNOLOGY - VALVES - LEAK TEST Organization: BSI
Date: 2010-01-31
ISO DIS 27895 - VACUUM TECHNOLOGY - VALVES - LEAK TEST Organization: ISO
ISO FDIS 27895 - VACUUM TECHNOLOGY - VALVES - LEAK TEST Organization: ISO
NASA-LLIS-3221 - LESSONS LEARNED - LOCATION OF HYDRAULIC CHECK VALVE PREVENTED LEAK TESTING OF FLEX HOSE USING GROUND PUMPING UNIT [GSE] Organization: NASA
Date: 2010-05-20
Description: The location of the check valve should have been designed to provide leak testing of the supply hose using the ground pumping unit.
NASA-LLIS-0816 - LESSONS LEARNED – DESIGN OF AN IMPROVED GAS TRANSFER VALVE FOR LEAK TIGHT TESTING Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-04-18
Description: Practice: A needle-point penetration gas transfer valve has been developed at JSC that is leak tight and gives very reliable results in transferring low or high pressure gases from sample containers to laboratory measuring devices such as chromatographs.
NASA-LLIS-0082 - LESSONS LEARNED - DYNATUBE LEAK CHECKS Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-05-08
Description: This allowed thrusters to leak. After the third flow, engineer positioned ullage valve (V4) to closed, this caused a pressure spike that ruptured the valve burst disk.
ASTM E1003 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR HYDROSTATIC LEAK TESTING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-01-15
Description: This practice covers the testing of components for leaks by pressurizing them inside with a liquid.
ASTM E1066/E1066M - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR AMMONIA COLORIMETRIC LEAK TESTING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-06-15
Description: To convert to another gas reference temperature, Tref, multiply the leak rate by (T ref + 273)/273.
API PUBL 346 - RESULTS OF RANGE-FINDING TESTING OF LEAK DETECTION AND LEAK LOCATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR UNDERGROUND PIPELINES Organization: API
Date: 1998-11-01
Description: To this end, several features of each technology were documented as part of the testing: • The amount of and types of equipment employed • The time for setup and calibration (if necessary) • The site support and preparation required • General operational considerations • Impact on operations • Test procedures • Test duration • Test results for tight lines and for simulated leaksLeak location results (when applicable) Testing was conducted with different lengths of lines and with different simulated leak rates.
NASA-LLIS-0257 - LESSONS LEARNED - JP-4 FUEL LEAK Organization: NASA
Date: 1994-01-20
Description: Description of Driving Event: Operations personnel, in an engine test facility, reported that JP-4 fuel was found leaking in the basement of the building.
ASTM E1066 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR AMMONIA COLORIMETRIC LEAK TESTING Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-09-10
Description: To convert to another gas reference temperature, Tref, multiply the leak rate by (T ref + 273)/273.
ASTM F2786 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR FIELD LEAK TESTING OF POLYETHYLENE (PE) PRESSURE PIPING SYSTEMS USING GASEOUS MEDIA UNDER PRESSURE (PNEUMATIC LEAK TESTING) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: This practice does not address leak testing using pressurized liquids (hydrostatic testing). For field leak testing using pressurized liquids, see Practice F2164.
ASME - ANSI B16.37 - HYDROSTATIC TESTING OF CONTROL VALVES Organization: ASME
Date: 1980-12-15
Description: It establishes requirements and definitions for standard hydrostatic shell testing of Control Valves by the valve manufacturer to prove the structural integrity and leak tightness of the valve pressure retaining parts including any closure parts such as the valve body to bonnet joint and packing leakoff connection but excluding packings, bellows or other moving seals.
ISA 75.19.01 - HYDROSTATIC TESTING OF CONTROL VALVES Organization: ISA
Date: 2013-08-06
Description: This standard establishes requirements and definitions for standard hydrostatic shell testing of control valves by the valve manufacturer to prove the structural integrity and leak tightness of the valves' pressure retaining parts, including any closure parts such as the valve body to bonnet joint, but excluding packings, bellows or other moving seals, and packing leakoff/purge/vent port connections.
NASA-LLIS-0012 - LESSONS LEARNED - LEAK CHECKS OF CRITICAL SYSTEMS (ORBITER APU COOLANT) AFTER INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, OR MODIFICATIONS WHICH REQUIRE SYSTEM DISCONNECTS Organization: NASA
Date: 1991-07-08
Description: Flight data indicated stoppage of coolant (water) flow to the APU. Post flight tests indicated proper operation of the coolant control valves and no flow restrictions.
ASTM F1802 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PERFORMANCE TESTING OF EXCESS FLOW VALVES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: This test method covers a standardized method to determine the performance of excess flow valves (EFVs) designed to limit flow or stop flow in thermoplastic natural gas service lines.
ASTM PS13 - PROVISIONAL STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PERFORMANCE TESTING OF EXCESS FLOW VALVES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: 1.3 The test method recognizes two types of EFV. One type, an excess flow valve-bypass (EFVB), allows a small amount of gas to bleed through (bypass) after it has tripped, usually as a means of automatically resetting the device.
ASTM F1373 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF CYCLE LIFE OF AUTOMATIC VALVES FOR GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM COMPONENTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1993-04-15
Description: It does not include cycle testing of the actuator. Testing must include both pressure testing and helium leak testing and must include vacuum test conditions when appropriate.
API REPORT 87-17 - API 14A SUBSURFACE SAFETY VALVE RESEARCH STUDY - YEAR 2 Organization: API
Date: 1988-12-01
Description: The suggested changes to the test procedure included increasing the number of open/close cycles on the test valves, expanding the range of gas and liquid test flow rates to more closely match field conditions, adding hydraulic control line resistance in the gas flow test stand control system to more realistically simulate the long control lines typically seen in field installations, modifying the sand slurry formulation used in Class 2 testing to be more representative of field conditions, adding seal leak testing at elevated temperatures, and adding a drift test to the Class 1 test.

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