A measure of pressure expressed in pounds of force exerted on a square surface area measuring one inch by one inch. In SI, most pressures are expressed in kilopascals (kPa).

Measurement of pressure (e.g., pump pressure, nozzle pressure, friction loss in hose, pressure loss or gain due to elevation).

PSI - Pounds per square inch. ( 099)

A measure of nuclear blast overpressure or dynamic pressure, used to calculate the effects of a nuclear detonation or the ability of a structure to withstand a nuclear blast.

The common unit of measurement for pressure. Normal atmospheric pressure at sea level is 14.7 psi.

(psi): A rating that expresses the amount of air pressure generated by a compressor or required by a pneumatic tool.

A unit for measuring pressure. 1 psi = 0.069 bar = 0.068 atm.

A measurement equal to a mass or weight applied to one square inch of surface area.

The pressure a material applies on the walls of a closed enclosure. Atmospheric pressure at sea level is 14.7 psi.

A pressure gauge reading in which the gauge is adjusted to read zero at the surrounding atmospheric pressure

An English measure for pressure or stress.

A unit for measuring pressure. One PSI equals the pressure resulting from a force of one pound force acting over an area of one square inch.

Measure of the load pressure of one commodity on another. Atmospheric pressure at sea level is 14.696 psi with Fluid pressure (liquid & gas) being measured in terms of pounds per square inch absolute or pounds per square inch gauge.