Axil - you'll be sad to know that the pressure tested reactors failed at 2 Psi. But the great news is that the "ERV" pressure level was reported at 0.0 bar for every single data point reported during the test so not a problem - right?
So you are drip feeding us with information from the ERV report, is this correct?
What I cant understand is why two different units of pressure are being used. Also the standard atmospheric pressure is taken as 1.01325 bar so 0.0 bar must be a vacuum, am I reading this wrong? Similarly atmosphere is generally held to be approximately 14.50377 pounds per square inch, so 2 psi would be close to a vacuum, unless these values treat atmosphere as starting at zero.
I don't think you have seen the report at all and are making it all up!