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What does BP stand for?

BP stands for Burst Pressure

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amp;#8220;The CV-S vent is designed to support robust cycling and applications where the operating pressure approaches the burst pressure, or where moderate vacuum pressure exists,” explained Stephen Clegg, Fike's Industrial Protection Product Specialist.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The new plugs are suitable for use with burst pressures from 200barg to 800barg, and are supplied with a conventional rupture disc, typically featuring a [+ or -]5 percent tolerance.
Combustion process is key to determine diesel engine combustion efficiency, combustion pressure is most direct and reliable measurement parameter of physical parameter in combustion process, and it can reflect multiinformation, as shown in Table 1, ignition commencement angle, maximum burst pressure and its angle vary with injection parameter, cylinder pressure change with energy conversion is corresponded, cylinder pressure curve can provide different character parameter in engine combustion, all these can indicate that pressure character is corresponded with combustion character .
Standard stock assemblies come in burst pressures ranging from 1500 to 15,000 psi and lengths from 1.
5 mm to 50 mm in diameter and lengths up to 250 mm * Increased burst pressures and improved fatigue * Delivers consistent performance, reduced cycle times, increased yields and real-time balloon forming profiling.
The Navy fire hose is rated to 300 psig test pressure and 600 psig burst pressure, failure modes could include hose wall burst, hose to fitting separation or end fitting (fitting with nozzle or cap) separation.