Q: Why is Dry compression 125 psi?

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The answer depends on the pressure inside the balloons.

What schedule piping as schedule 40 fittings are rated for 125# thus your 140 PSI would be really dangerous to try on standard fittings

Start by testing the compression. It should be consistent within a few PSI on each cylinder. Any cylinders that have little or no compression probably have a burned valve. If all cylinders are up, check the plugs, wiring and distributor.

The standard 6 by 8 by 16 cinder block weighs 28 pounds. They have a compression strength of 1900 psi.

limit is 86% of 93 psi = 86/100 x 93 psi ≈ 79.98 psi As the psi is measured to the nearest 0.1 psi, the safe limit is a measured 79.9 psi.

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