but, the tanks (acetylene and oxygen) each have two pressure gauges
which are in kg/cm squared. ....
I’ve got a handy-dandy little units conversion book that I totally
recommend. Anyway it says to convert from kg/cm2 to psi you should
multiply by 14.223. For psi to kg/cm2 multiply by 0.07031.
If you’re interested the book is called the “Pocket Ref” by Thomas J.
Glover, ISBN 1-885071-00-0, Sequoia Pub., Colorado (303-972-4167). I
received mine as a “you should have this” gift from my brother but
I’ve seen them for about $10 or $12 at Home Depot and the like.
Nice and small, easily fits in a shirt or back pocket, literally
thousands of unit conversions, as well as hundreds of pages of info
on gases, cutting speeds, glue, trigonometry, threads, tempering,
drilling, metals etc etc you name it. Weighs only a few ounces.
Happy times with the new torch. I’m going through that same process
with a similar system myself and just can’t wait to get everything