I'm wondering how a tank's cubic foot measurement is measured.
For example co2 is sold by weight, because it's liquid while under pressure it expands to a much greater volume when it's a gas a room temperature.
Is it just a matter of pressure? An Oxy tank will be at much higher pressure than a co2 tank, or propane if they both carried the same volume of gas uncompressed.
With a blend of argon/co2...What's the actual ratio of gas when it's compressed in the cylinder?
Just a matter of curiosity. I know I didn't articulate this thought all that well...Hope you guys can unravel it.
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