OXYGEN TANK INFORMATION



 

............................................................................................................................DURATION - IN HOURS#........Conversion
............................................................................................................................At following liters per minute ........Factor
Type of Tank
PSI
Liters at
Foll PSI
*Height
Diam.
Capacity
Weight
1
2
3
4
VPSI
M2
2216
34
5.37
2.52
1.2
0.74
0.54
0.27
0.18
0.135
0.02
M4
2216
113
8.4
3.2
4
1.6
1.8
0.9
0.6
0.45
0.05
M6
2216
170
11.59
3.2
6
2.2
2.7
1.35
0.9
0.675
0.08
ML6
2215
170
7.68
4.38
6
2.9
2.7
1.35
0.9
0.675
0.08
M7
2215
196
9.18
4.38
7
3.3
3.14
1.57
1.047
0.785
0.10
C
2215
255
10.88
4.38
9
3.7
4.04
2.02
1.347
1.01
0.13
D
2215
425
16.51
4.38
15
5.3
6.73
3.365
2.243
1.683
0.21
M22
2216
640
16.3
5.25
22.6
8.1
10.13
5.065
3.377
2.533
0.29
E
2215
680
25.63
4.38
24
7.9
10.77
5.385
3.59
2.693
0.34
M60
2216
1738
23
7.25
61.6
21.7
27.52
13.76
9.173
13.45
0.79
M90
2216
2549
32.45
7.25
90
29.1
40.36
20.18
13.45
18.23
1.16
MM
2216
3455
35.75
8
122
38.6
54.7
27.35
18.23
36.42
1.57
H
2216
6900
56
9
244
135
109.3
54.63
36.42
3.6
3.13
M
2216
682
16.5
5.25
22
 
10.8
5.4
3.6
5.277
0.31
FW54H
2216
1000
16.5
7
33
 
15.83
7.915
5.277
3.958
0.45
PW54H
2216
1800
24
7
60
 
28.5
14.25
9.5
7.125
0.82

*Measured to top of tank, not top of valve.  Add 3.5" for std.valve.
#Duration is approximate and assumes 95% of cylinder contents consumed

1 Cubic ft. equals 28.31 liters.
All measurements are approximate.
The cubic footage is, rounded off for convenience
The volumn, whether liters or cubic feet is dependent on pressure. Standard pressure is 2200 psi.

The conversion factor can be used to calculate the # of minutes remaining in a tank dependent upon the liter flow.
i.e.(psi x conversion factor/ liter flow) x (160)
This will give the time remaining in hours.