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Jeff Waters

Right on. I'll pile on with this question: "Exactly as accurate as what?"

What's the actual accuracy of your pressure gauge in the lab? If you run the physical test 100 times, what is the spread of results even if you had an impossibly accurate pressure gauge?

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