pressure rating

pressure rating

[′presh·ər ‚rād·iŋ]
(engineering)
The operating (allowable) internal pressure of a vessel, tank, or piping used to hold or transport liquids or gases.
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It operates in ranges up to 100,000 centipoise and has a standard pressure rating of 1,000 PSI and a standard temperature rating of 300[degrees]F.
The working pressure rating (WPR) accounts for all of these factors.
APSH is braid reinforced and addresses applications involving greater flow volume needs - those where the fluid path must handle a higher pressure rating than unreinforced tubing is able to.
Built for durability, the series features a 2x overrange and 5x burst pressure rating with a stability of +/- 0.1% over a year.
The structural system forms a pipe around a pipe, and each successive wrap increases the pressure rating. Its bi-directional weave allows for strength in both the hoop and axial directions experiencing little or no creep properties over time, ensuring that there is no reduction in strength.
An innovative valve-in-valve design is also offered that allows full containment pressure rating.
It Is UL tested and listed for leakage-rated door assemblies or smoke and draft applications, and can be used In Infectious disease control applications where +/- pressure rating Is required.
* A full pressure rating maintained through out the entire operating temperature range.
Designed for applications such as machine tool, automotive, press, plastics machinery, civil engineering, material handling and wood/paper equipment, the CDT4 series operates at a nominal pressure rating up to 3,000 psi.
The mufti-ribbed vent delivers a high negative static operating pressure rating of -80 in.

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