a manometer for measuring vapor pressure.
During the air pressure test, boosting shall be carried out slowly and step by step.
An instrument used for measuring the pressure of liquids and gases.
Manifold shall have safety pressure relieve valve, pressure regulators, and pressure gauges indicating inlet and outlet pressure, bleed valve (vent valve) and pigtail for cylinder connections.
measuring instrument for measuring the pressure of liquids or gases
A condition, space, or enclosure in which air or other gas is at a pressure greater than that of the outside atmosphere.
increase the pressure on a gas or liquid.
two-stage pressure-gas burner
To put(gas or liquid) under a greater than normal pressure.
The total pressure exerted by the atmosphere is the sum of the pressures exerted by its component gases.
The liquid or gas exerting the pressure.
5. As the pressure rises, the volume of a gas decreases.
1. At constant temperature the volume of a gas varies inversely as the pressure.
under pressure(of a liquid or gas held in a container);compressed
Gas analysis--Preparation of calibration gas mixtures--Manometric method
You reduce the volume which a gas occupies to one-third, then the pressure increases three times.
To reduce the pressure of air or gas within(a chamber or vehicle, for example.
Air pressure is measured by a barometer.