So, an O2 bottle is labeled 337cf and the bottle is stamped 3AA2400 with a plus rating. So, is it a ~300cf bottle (per my internet research) at rated pressure of 2400 psi, and only a 337cf bottle at 2640?
On the same idea...why is the same physical bottle only a 291cf bottle for He? O2 comes in at ~2400 psi and He comes in at 2640.
And now the really fun part:
Those silly 3AA3500 and 3AA3600 bottles. How in the world do I figure out how many cu ft these hold at rated pressure?
Thanks! I haven't done physics in a long time