foot-pound-second system

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foot-pound-second sys·tem (FPS, fps),

a system of absolute units based on the foot, pound, and second.

foot-pound-sec·ond sys·tem

(FPS, fps) (fut'pownd-sek'ŏnd sis'tĕm)
A system of absolute units based on the foot, pound, and second.
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The CRL pumps are designed to easily handle dry, non-lubricating CO2 at sub-zero temperatures with differential pressures up to 100 pound-force per sq inch gauge while operating on a continuous 24-hour duty cycle with minimal maintenance and inspection requirements.
The BS will receive the gas at 10 pound-force per square inch gauge (psig) and discharge it at about 925 psig.
The contract covers the manufacture of 24 kilometers of 6" gas injection flexible lines rated for 552 bars (7,850 pound-force per square inch) design pressure: