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Orifices - Natural Gas Capacity

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Natural gas orifice capacities:

Orifices - Natural Gas Capacities
Drill Size
(Wire Gauge)
70 1.34 1340 0.39
60 2. 75 2750 0. 81
50 8.35 8350 2.5
40 16.55 16550 4.9
30 28.50 28500 8.4
20 44.75 44750 13.1
  • Pressure 3.5" water column
  • Energy content 1000 Btu/ft3 natural gas
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