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What does HPC stand for?
HPC stands for High Pressure Cylinder
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- High Performance Computer
- High Performance Computing
- High Performance Concrete
- High Performance Controller (IDNX)
- High Plains Community (various organizations)
- High Point Church (Madison, WI)
- High Power Command
- High Powered Inter-Ministerial Committee (India)
- High Pressure Cell
- High Pressure Compressor
- High Probability of Completion (telecommunications)
- High Pulse Command
- High-Power Characterization
- High-Productivity Computing
- Higher-Order Path Connection
- Highland Presbyterian Church (various locations)
- Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (India)
- HIP (History In your Pocket) Pocket Change (US Mint children's coin collecting website)
- Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center (Hiroshima, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The high pressure cylinder was being emptied by Matthew Dean, 25 of Ouzelwell Lane, Thornhill Lees in a bid to cash it in for scrap.
This ensures nitrogen supplies are available on demand, at required purity levels - and eliminates safety hazards through storing, handling and charging heavy, high pressure cylinders.
Dean, who had been scrapping bottles for several months, claimed he had not realised the bottle was a high pressure cylinder and had assumed he could treat it the same way as a standard low pressure propane tank, similar to ones used for home barbecues.
The smaller to moderate size customer opportunities, primarily in the high pressure cylinder segment, will selectively remain an important part of our long-term growth plan based on contribution to account density and unit sales cost.
This compact system enable users to generate clean, dry nitrogen where it is wanted, avoiding the need for supplies from high pressure cylinders or cryogenic tanks.
For example, for customers who use thermal spraying only occasionally, such as job shops doing re-work maintenance, liquid CO2 can easily be stored in a few high pressure cylinders.
Producing nitrogen on-site eliminates the need for handling, storage and changing of high pressure cylinders or regular truck deliveries of bulk liquid.