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psig

abbreviation for pounds per square inch, gauge.
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Moreover, every 2 psig drop in the compressor discharge pressure produces a 1 percent reduction of motor power.
Once these measures were implemented, the compressor discharge pressure was reduced from 120 psig to 100 psig, lowering the system pressure to 95 +/- 5 psig.
From this bidirectional shifting, observe that testing PE heat-fusion fitting assemblies (fittings joined to pipe) at a temperature of 80[degrees]C and a stress of 363 psi (73 psig for SDR 11 pipe) for a time of 1,275 hours, would be equivalent to the same heat-fusion fittings operated at a stress of 725 psi at a temperature of 20[degrees] C for 100 years.
Previously two units supplied the plant at 95-100 psig.
On a hot day in July, the head pressure may be 250 psig (17.
The ENCAPSEAL Safe-T-Seal formula is designed to handle pressures from inches of water column up to 60 psig on cast iron, steel and other piping.
It reportedly can isolate pressure up to 75 psig without leaking, suiting it to placement at the discharge of bins or silos experiencing high aeration; gates above or below airlocks feeding into higher pressure conveying lines; gates for dense-phase conveying; and gates used with weigh scales where air-pressure leakage through the valve could cause weight variances.
5 to 8 psig and vacuum pressures from 10 to 185 in.
Data sheet describes the Double-Sure dual containment glass sight flow indicator, which has a 150 psig pressure rating and an operating temperature range from -20[degrees]F to 350[degrees]F (-29[degrees]C to 177[degrees]C).
As long as the orifices and spray nozzles are intact, seal-water pressure can be as high as 15-20 psig without causing problems.
The valves feature working pressures up to 3000 psig (206 bar) and temperatures from -65 to 300 degrees F (-53 to 148 degrees C).
Exterran recently launched its C-Series 3516, to be used in a wide array of natural gas applications generally above 5 pounds per square inch gauge (psig) inlet pressure and up to 1,300 psig discharge pressure.