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    Default what is the standard leakage pressure teste..?

    Dear frens i want to know one thing..in a fire fighting when we tested the leakage pressure test, we sometime tested on 12kg or 15 kg but actually what is the standard kg or it depends on the sprinkler..? and very one thing what is the acceptable decreasing pressure up to 1kg or 1.5 kg... or is there any norms for it .. many thanks in advance..


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    If you are talking fire sprinklers and using NFpa 13 the test pressure is 200 psi for two hours

    No pressure loss allowed

    Sorry do not have the book in front of me or I could tell you what it is in metric

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    yaa you are right...iam talking about the fire sprinklers and how about up to 24 hrs..?

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    A dry Pipe system is required a 24 hour air test with only a 1 1/2 loss

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    many thanks fire49..for the information..

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