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Entry  Wed Jan 9 20:01:25 2019, Jon, Update, VAC, Second pumpdown completed Screenshot_from_2019-01-09_20-00-39.pngIMG_3088.jpg
    Reply  Thu Jan 10 10:23:46 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, overnight leak rate OvernightLeak.png
       Reply  Sat Feb 2 21:53:24 2019, Koji, Update, VAC, overnight leak rate Screen_Shot_2019-02-02_at_21.49.33.png
          Reply  Sun Feb 3 15:15:21 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, overnight leak rate Jan10_data.pngFeb1_data.png
             Reply  Sun Feb 3 20:52:34 2019, Koji, Update, VAC, overnight leak rate 
                Reply  Mon Feb 4 12:23:24 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, pumpdown 83 - leak tests PD83.png
                   Reply  Tue Feb 5 10:11:30 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, leak tests complete, pumpdown 83 resumed Annuli.pngMainVol.png
                      Reply  Tue Feb 5 19:30:14 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, Main volume at 20 uTorr PD83.png
                         Reply  Thu Feb 7 13:55:25 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, RGA turned on 
                            Reply  Thu Feb 7 19:28:46 2019, gautam, Update, VAC, IFO recovery 
Message ID: 14431     Entry time: Sun Feb 3 20:52:34 2019     In reply to: 14430     Reply to this: 14432
Author: Koji 
Type: Update 
Category: VAC 
Subject: overnight leak rate 

We can pump down (or vent) annuli. If this is the leak between the main volume and the annuli, we will be able to see the effect on the leak rate. If this is the leak of an  outer o-ring, again pumping down (or venting) of the annuli should temporarily decrease (or increase) the leak rate..., I guess. If the leak rate is not dependent on the pressure of the annuli, we can conclude that it is internal outgassing.

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