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    JACEK1 is offline Member
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    Default flow testing ...... does not automatically qualify for API 2000 requirements

    Hello everybody!

    Additionally, separate flow testing has been performed in accordance with API 2000 Standard because flow testing as per MSC/Circ. 677/Circ. 1009 and ISO15364 does not automatically qualify for API 2000 requirements since higher pressure and vacuum conditions are necessary for some valve configurations.

    I am particularly interested to know the meaning of the second fragment in bold type. Does it mean that "flow testing ...... does not automatically meet/satisfy API 2000 requirements" or does it mean that "flow testing ...... is not automatically fit/suitable for API 2000 requirements" or "flow testing ...... is not automatically fit to meet API 2000 requirements".

    Thank you.

    The fragment is taken from operating/maintenance instructions for HS-ISO pressure valve.

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    Default Re: flow testing ...... does not automatically qualify for API 2000 requirements

    I think it's this one...

    "flow testing ...... does not automatically meet/satisfy API 2000 requirements"

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