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Psi to lift in Lbs.

by dnesnej
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dnesnej
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Jun28-14, 11:05 PM
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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
I would appreciate any help I could get in understanding the conversion of psi to lifting capability.

Such as how many pounds of weight could a 10,000 psi pump lift in pounds.

I have searched the net but am coming up blank, I'm sure there is a formula for this but I can't seem to find it.

If more explanation to my problem is necessary I would be happy to make it available.

Thank you for your time and concern.

dnesnej
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Jun28-14, 11:13 PM
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What does psi stand for? Does that give you a clue?


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