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275 gallon tank pressure test
upon installation of a new 275 gallon in basement (granby 12ga) oil tank the plumber did pressure test it before filling and all was well. now in order to get the permit from the town the building inspector wants to witness the pressure test himself, the problem is now the tank is full of oil.
the plumber claims that pressure testing the tank when full of oil will not be an issue, however i wanted to get the objective opinion from you guys on the forum.
on the new granby tank the label states "do not pressure test this new tank as it has been done at the factory" why is it common practice to do tests after installation?