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The term 2-bar is typically describing the quenching pressure capability of the furnace. A 2-bar operates (quenches) at 2-bar or 15 psig. A 6-bar would of course be operating at 6-bar when quenching. Typically quenching pressures are selectable and the ratings would be the maximum operating pressures.