On Sun, 16 Jan 2000 19:23:31, Bluestem Associates wrote:
>>drip systems require at least 15 psi (1000 kPa) pressure to work well.
>Sorry, that's 1000 Pascals, or *1* kPa. Fingers faster than brain this
These metric units are aggravation in a jar ... it's supposed to be 100
kPa = 15 psi, and every metric-fluent member of the list is entitled to
a good laugh at my expense, because I lived for 15 years with metric
measures and *still* stumble around like this.
Non-metrics can cluck disapprovingly. After all, if God had meant for
us to go metric, we'd have been created with 10 fingers.
Red-faced ... Bart
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