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It's Delancy, but it's cool.
The King's can handle 300psi max, with 125psi minimum. I believe they're set at 150psi for the FJC. TCao increased to 200psi, if memory serves.
I'm betting if you lost sufficient N2 pressure, you'd have a huge mess on your hands, not a little shock oil. I wouldn't worry about the N2 pressure, myself.
Hope that made sense on spinning the resi to put enough pressure to move the hose away from abrasion possibilities. Mine rubbed on the UCA (Icon Al. They were larger than most) but where yours is potentially going to contact, I doubt there's enough movement in the hose to be ultra concerned. Still it's easy to move it away.
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