Without any (significant) temperature change, does PSI peak at some point before dissolving into solution, i.e. non-linear. Or, is PSI at it's max before cold conditioning, i.e. linear?
I'm just curios, if you're carbing at a high volume of CO2, do you "pass" a high risk bottle bomb phase at some point during carb conditioning? If PSI pressure is non-linear as a function of time, then if you crate them up in tupperware, they either explode, or they don't and you're safe. If its linear on the other hand, then if they don't explode on thier own, the highest risk time is when your agitating them while you're moving to the fridge.