Is the .9 gallon per hour an average rate of compression and is the rate of

compression relative to the back pressure in the tanks that are being filled? In other words does it take longer to pump in a gallon against 3000 psi than say 500 psi?

Also is it harder on the equipment to constantly keep topping off tanks when they are 3/4 full than to run them all the way down to 1/4 or 1/8 of a tank and then fill up.

Has anyone done a chart that shows the gge relative to tank pressure of say

a 10 gal tank. My understanding is that you can't just divide 3600 psi by 10 and get your gallon per psi as it isnt a linear formula. It would be nice to know more precisely the amount of fuel you have, especially when you live in a area as I do with no fueling infrastructure.

compression relative to the back pressure in the tanks that are being filled? In other words does it take longer to pump in a gallon against 3000 psi than say 500 psi?

Also is it harder on the equipment to constantly keep topping off tanks when they are 3/4 full than to run them all the way down to 1/4 or 1/8 of a tank and then fill up.

Has anyone done a chart that shows the gge relative to tank pressure of say

a 10 gal tank. My understanding is that you can't just divide 3600 psi by 10 and get your gallon per psi as it isnt a linear formula. It would be nice to know more precisely the amount of fuel you have, especially when you live in a area as I do with no fueling infrastructure.

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