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JensenBreck
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Registered: 29-08-2017
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It is not uncommon in the heat treatment industry to hear one talk about high pressure gas quenching and in doing so refer to terms such as 2 bar, 6 bar or even higher pressures. In scientific terms, a bar is defined as a unit of pressure equivalent to 100 kilopascals. A bar can also be thought of as roughly equal to atmospheric pressure (the amount of force air exerts on the Earth at sea level). To be technically correct, one atmosphere of pressure is 1.01325 bar or to put it another way, one bar is equal to 14.5 psia. Conversion calculators and tables are available to change bar into other units

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