The general information you are requesting, regarding temperature posted by some manufacturers, is that you may experience up to 3% of change for every 10 degrees Celcius, and or 17 degrees F.
First of all, we need to have adequate lift force for the application.
Now, on top of that issue, if there are some other variables to deal with in a particular application! Was the correct pressure for the application there to begin with? Is each application exactly the same? If it is not, the temperature variation may come into play on some, sooner than others. Function of a Lift Support on a particular application may also depend on the amount of pressure gradient in the individual support.
For example, the SSR factory units:
If most SSR Deck Supports had another 10% - 15% of pressure gradient in them to start with, there would probably not be the same issue as there is now.
Response would be:
So what feels good to me here, may feel just a litte stronger in California, Depending on the temperature difference of course.
Base Line Temperature that I use is room temperature of 23C or 75F.
I hope this brief explanation makes for a clearer in general, understanding.