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Question Number: 18084

Law 2 - The Ball 12/8/2007

RE: competive High School

ann of kingston, mass U.S.A asks...

This question is a follow up to question 18069

Im doing a science fair experiment on soccer ball and i need to check the psi of the ball what type of guage do you use and where can you get it?

Answer provided by Referee Chuck Fleischer

You will use a pressure gauge graduated to, at least, 20 psi. The gauge will have affixed to it an inflation needle so it may be connected to the pressurized air inside the ball. I bought mine at a sporting goods store.



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