psig


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to psig: Gauge pressure

psig

psig

Abbr. for “pounds per square inch gauge (pressure).”
References in periodicals archive ?
The same two pressures (60 psig and 30 psig) are selected at same three temperatures (90[degrees] C, 80[degrees]C and 70[degrees]C).
Later the compressors were back to operating at 95-100 psig (with 85-90 psig in converting), and production improved.
1A, the minimum pressure is 12 psig (83 kPa), and the maximum pressure is now 23 psig (30 psig minus the pump head of 7 psig) (59 kPa).
Bauer offers a line of nitrogen generators up to 750 scfm and capable of pressures of up to 5,000 psig.
The FRLs caused a pressure drop of 10-20 psig because they were improperly configured.
for the 135, with continuous power ratings of 205 and 242 hp, respectively, at 3600 psig.
In this case, we are trying to validate a stress of 725 psi (145 psig for SDR 11 pipe), at a temperature of 20[degrees]C over 100 years.
All three 50 hp rotary compressors were operating at 125 psig (and burning up a motor every three months] when we arrived.
So, instead of a fixed minimum head pressure of 225 psig (15.
It is rated for pressures up to 5,000 psig (continuous), 7,500 psig (proof), and 25,000+ psig (burst).
030", a jacketed mix chamber for 50 psig, a cored stator for heating or cooling, a stainless steel seal barrier tank, a cooling system for the bearing housing with a type J thermocouple, and a 75 lap drive for operation at 5,800 rpm.