Prueba de Hermeticidad (2 pca)

English translation: vapor tightness test (2 iwg)

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Spanish term or phrase:Prueba de Hermeticidad (2 pca)
English translation:vapor tightness test (2 iwg)
Entered by: Charles Davis

21:26 Dec 3, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / pruebas de interconexión de bombas de gasolina
Spanish term or phrase: Prueba de Hermeticidad (2 pca)
Explicación de constantes de una formula (ecuación) para la realización de pruebas para dispensar gasolina.


Donde:
H = grado de hermeticidad (Eta), adimensional.
Pini = presión inicial de la prueba de hermeticidad (2 pca), en unidades de presión coherentes.
Pobs = presión final observada en la prueba de hermeticidad, en unidades de presión coherentes.
Pmin = presión mínima permisible según TP-201.3, en unidades de presión coherentes.
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vapor tightness test (2 iwg)
Explanation:
In gasoline facilities "hermeticidad" refers to vapor tightness.

"Gasoline Dispensing Facilities [...]
2. Did you conduct annual vapor tightness testing according to the requirements in Subpart BBBBBB in: 40 CFR 63.11092(f)?
3. Are vapor tightness test records kept for a period of 5 years?
4. Are all vapor tightness test records carried with the cargo tank (or latest record kept with tank and past 4 years of records are at other location where they’re readily available)?"
https://www.env.nm.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/6C-NOCS-20...

pca is pulgadas columna de agua (or pulgadas de agua):

"Pulgada columna de agua o pulgada de agua (pca): a 4 °C (39,2 °F), una pulgada de agua es equivalente a 0,249082 kilopascales (kPa),[2]​ usualmente redondeado a 0,2491 kPa."

In English is inches of water, for which there are various abbreviations, including inAq and inH20, but "iwg" (inches of water gauge) is widely used.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inch_of_water

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Note added at 41 mins (2018-12-03 22:07:59 GMT)
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Reference for pulgada columna de agua:
http://www.wikiwand.com/es/Unidades_de_presión
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vapor tightness test (2 iwg)


Explanation:
In gasoline facilities "hermeticidad" refers to vapor tightness.

"Gasoline Dispensing Facilities [...]
2. Did you conduct annual vapor tightness testing according to the requirements in Subpart BBBBBB in: 40 CFR 63.11092(f)?
3. Are vapor tightness test records kept for a period of 5 years?
4. Are all vapor tightness test records carried with the cargo tank (or latest record kept with tank and past 4 years of records are at other location where they’re readily available)?"
https://www.env.nm.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/6C-NOCS-20...

pca is pulgadas columna de agua (or pulgadas de agua):

"Pulgada columna de agua o pulgada de agua (pca): a 4 °C (39,2 °F), una pulgada de agua es equivalente a 0,249082 kilopascales (kPa),[2]​ usualmente redondeado a 0,2491 kPa."

In English is inches of water, for which there are various abbreviations, including inAq and inH20, but "iwg" (inches of water gauge) is widely used.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inch_of_water

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Note added at 41 mins (2018-12-03 22:07:59 GMT)
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Reference for pulgada columna de agua:
http://www.wikiwand.com/es/Unidades_de_presión

Charles Davis
Spain
Local time: 08:15
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 92

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