[PnP] Water and fluid weight in PnP
Burton.Choinski at matrixone.com
Mon Dec 20 16:50:52 CET 2004
I always figured the weight of the container was added to the total.
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From: Graeme Chaple [mailto:chaple at copper.net]
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2004 12:00 AM
To: pnp at abroere.xs4all.nl
Subject: [PnP] Water and fluid weight in PnP
Does anyone know why water and other fluids (beer, ale wine) are listed
as having a weight of 1.5 lbs in PnP per quart. If I remember correctly
a gallon (American measure) of water normally weighs 8.3 lbs or so.
Thus a quart of water would be just over 2 lbs. I know this doesn't
seem like a lot but the weight difference of a Skin IV for example
would be over 7.5 pounds of weight (22.5 lbs vs 35 lbs.)
I figured I'd ask, it's always made me wonder.
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