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    Check out this nicely deformed metal tube. It's from a small power-pack, you know, one of those that have a 1hp motor, one piston high pressure pump, relief valve and a directional valve. Normally these packs are limited to 700 bar. This one was too (before its owner tampered with the relief valve), as a result a brand new 1000 bar pressure gauge  and the metal tube were "gone in under a second". It is curious that the hose and the disconnected quick coupling, which also took the blow, held on...
    Think twice before eliminating a relief valve, especially in high pressure systems.