United Nations Unit of Measure,ANSI Unit of Measure,Name,Description
EA,EA,Each,
CT,CT,Carton,
CS,CA,Case,
TO,TN,Ton,
20,20,Twenty foot container,A unit of count defining the number of shipping containers that measure 20 foot in length.
21,21,Forty foot container,A unit of count defining the number of shipping containers that measure 40 foot in length.
A43,,Deadweight tonnage,"A unit of mass defining the difference between the weight of a ship when completely empty and its weight when completely loaded, expressed as the number of tons."
A75,,Freight ton,"A unit of information typically used for billing purposes, defined as either the number of metric tons or the number of cubic metres, whichever is the larger."
CCT,,Carrying capacity in metric ton,"A unit of mass defining the carrying capacity, expressed as the number of metric tons."
DPT,,Displacement tonnage,"A unit of mass defining the volume of sea water a ship displaces, expressed as the number of tons."
E22,,TEU,A unit of count defining the number of twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) as a measure of containerized cargo capacity.
GRT,,Gross register ton,"A unit of mass equal to the total cubic footage before deductions, where 1 register ton is equal to 100 cubic feet. Refer International Convention on tonnage measurement of ships."
NL,NL,Load,A unit of volume defining the number of loads (load: a quantity of items carried or processed at one time).
NT,MN,Net ton,"A unit of mass equal to 2000 pounds, see ton (US). Refer International Convention on tonnage measurement of Ships."
NTT,,Net register ton,"A unit of mass equal to the total cubic footage after deductions, where 1 register ton is equal to 100 cubic feet. Refer International Convention on tonnage measurement of Ships."
RT,RT,Revenue ton mile,"A unit of information typically used for billing purposes, expressed as the number of revenue tons (revenue ton: either a metric ton or a cubic metres, whichever is the larger), moved over a distance of one mile."
SHT,,Shipping ton,A unit of mass defining the number of tons for shipping.
SX,SX,Shipment,A unit of count defining the number of shipments (shipment: an amount of goods shipped or transported).
TKM,,Tonne kilometre,"A unit of information typically used for billing purposes, expressed as the number of tonnes (metric tons) moved over a distance of one kilometre."
28,28,Kilogram per square metre,
81,81,Henry,
2A,2A,Radian per second,Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
2B,2B,Radian per second squared,Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
2N,2N,Decibel,
4P,4P,Newton per metre,
A10,,Ampere square metre per joule second,
A11,,Angstrom,
A12,,Astronomical unit,
A14,,Barn,
A15,,Barn per electronvolt,
A16,,Barn per steradian electronvolt,
A17,,Barn per steradian,
A18,,Becquerel per kilogram,
A19,,Becquerel per cubic metre,
A24,,Candela per square metre,
A26,,Coulomb metre,
A27,,Coulomb metre squared per volt,
A29,,Coulomb per cubic metre,
A31,,Coulomb per kilogram second,
A32,,Coulomb per mole,
A34,,Coulomb per square metre,
A38,,Cubic metre per coulomb,
A39,,Cubic metre per kilogram,
A40,,Cubic metre per mole,
A41,,Ampere per square metre,
A5,,Ampere square metre,
A53,79,Electronvolt,
A54,,Electronvolt per metre,
A55,,Electronvolt square metre,
A56,,Electronvolt square metre per kilogram,
A6,,Ampere per square metre kelvin squared,
A69,,Farad per metre,
A8,,Ampere second,
A95,,Gray,
A96,,Gray per second,
A98,,Henry per metre,
AE,AE,Ampere per metre,
AMP,68,Ampere,
ATM,AT,Standard atmosphere,
B11,,Joule per kilogram kelvin,
B12,,Joule per metre,
B13,,Joule per square metre,Synonym: joule per metre squared
B14,,Joule per metre to the fourth power,
B15,,Joule per mole,
B16,,Joule per mole kelvin,
B18,,Joule second,
B20,,Joule square metre per kilogram,
B21,,Kelvin per watt,
B31,,Kilogram metre per second,
B32,,Kilogram metre squared,
B33,,Kilogram metre squared per second,
B60,,Lumen per square metre,
B61,,Lumen per watt,
B62,,Lumen second,
B64,,Lux second,
B8,,Joule per cubic metre,
B81,,Reciprocal metre squared reciprocal second,
B83,,Metre to the fourth power,
BAR,,Bar [unit of pressure],
BQL,R2,Becquerel,
C19,,Mole per kilogram,
C34,,Mole,
C36,,Mole per cubic metre,
C38,,Mole per litre,
C50,,Neper,
C51,,Neper per second,
C53,,Newton metre second,
C54,,Newton metre squared per kilogram squared,
C57,,Newton second,
C58,,Newton second per metre,
C59,,Octave,A unit used in music to describe the ratio in frequency between notes.
C61,,Ohm metre,
C62,PC,One,Synonym: unit
C63,,Parsec,
C64,,Pascal per kelvin,
C65,,Pascal second,
C66,,Pascal second per cubic metre,
C67,,Pascal second per metre,
C69,,Phon,A unit of subjective sound loudness. A sound has loudness p phons if it seems to the listener to be equal in loudness to the sound of a pure tone of frequency 1 kilohertz and strength p decibels.
C81,,Radian,
C82,,Radian square metre per mole,
C83,,Radian square metre per kilogram,
C84,,Radian per metre,
C85,,Reciprocal angstrom,
C86,,Reciprocal cubic metre,
C87,,Reciprocal cubic metre per second,Synonym: reciprocal second per cubic metre
C88,,Reciprocal electron volt per cubic metre,
C89,,Reciprocal henry,
C90,,Reciprocal joule per cubic metre,
C91,,Reciprocal kelvin or kelvin to the power minus one,
C92,,Reciprocal metre,
C93,,Reciprocal square metre,Synonym: reciprocal metre squared
C95,,Reciprocal mole,
C96,,Reciprocal pascal or pascal to the power minus one,
C97,,Reciprocal second,
C99,,Reciprocal second per metre squared,
CDL,,Candela,
CEL,CE,Degree Celsius,Refer ISO 80000-5 (Quantities and units ? Part 5: Thermodynamics)
CKG,,Coulomb per kilogram,
COU,65,Coulomb,
D1,D1,Reciprocal second per steradian,
D10,,Siemens per metre,
D12,,Siemens square metre per mole,
D13,,Sievert,
D15,,Sone,A unit of subjective sound loudness. One sone is the loudness of a pure tone of frequency one kilohertz and strength 40 decibels.
D18,,Metre kelvin,
D19,,Square metre kelvin per watt,
D2,D2,Reciprocal second per steradian metre squared,
D20,,Square metre per joule,
D21,,Square metre per kilogram,
D22,,Square metre per mole,
D24,,Square metre per steradian,
D25,,Square metre per steradian joule,
D26,,Square metre per volt second,
D27,,Steradian,
D33,,Tesla,
D43,,Unified atomic mass unit,
D44,,Var,The name of the unit is an acronym for volt-ampere-reactive.
D45,,Volt squared per kelvin squared,
D46,,Volt - ampere,
D48,,Volt per kelvin,
D50,,Volt per metre,
D52,,Watt per kelvin,
D53,,Watt per metre kelvin,
D54,,Watt per square metre,
D55,,Watt per square metre kelvin,
D56,,Watt per square metre kelvin to the fourth power,
D57,,Watt per steradian,
D58,,Watt per steradian square metre,
D59,,Weber per metre,
D61,,Minute [unit of angle],
D62,,Second [unit of angle],
D73,,Joule square metre,
D74,,Kilogram per mole,
D93,,Second per cubic metre,
D94,,Second per cubic metre radian,
DAY,DA,Day,
DD,DD,Degree [unit of angle],
FAR,83,Farad,
GO,GO,Milligram per square metre,
H31,,Ampere per kilogram,
H32,,Ampere squared second,
H35,,Kelvin metre per watt,
H40,,Newton per ampere,
H45,,Volt second per metre,
H47,,Watt per cubic metre,
H51,,Decibel per kilometre,
H52,,Decibel per metre,
H56,,Kilogram per square metre second,
H58,,Metre per volt second,
H59,,Square metre per newton,
H70,,Picosecond,
HTZ,HZ,Hertz,
HUR,HR,Hour,
J2,J2,Joule per kilogram,
JE,JE,Joule per kelvin,
JOU,86,Joule,
KEL,KV,Kelvin,Refer ISO 80000-5 (Quantities and units ? Part 5: Thermodynamics)
KGM,KG,Kilogram,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams.
KGS,,Kilogram per second,
KL,KL,Kilogram per metre,
KMQ,KC,Kilogram per cubic metre,A unit of weight expressed in kilograms of a substance that fills a volume of one cubic metre.
KNT,,Knot,
LTR,LT,Litre,
LUM,,Lumen,
LUX,,Lux,
M82,,Square metre per second pascal,Power of the SI base unit metre with the exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
MIN,MJ,Minute [unit of time],
MQS,,Cubic metre per second,
MSK,4J,Metre per second squared,
MTK,SM,Square metre,
MTQ,CR,Cubic metre,Synonym: metre cubed
MTR,MR,Metre,
MTS,4I,Metre per second,
N37,,Kilogram per metre second,Unit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient SI base unit kilogram divided by the SI base unit metre and by the SI base unit second.
N38,,Kilogram per metre minute,Unit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient SI base unit kilogram divided by the SI base unit metre and by the unit minute.
N91,,Reciprocal joule,Reciprocal of the derived SI unit joule.
NEW,,Newton,
NMI,NM,Nautical mile,
NU,NU,Newton metre,
OHM,82,Ohm,
P10,,Coulomb per metre,Derived SI unit coulomb divided by the SI base unit metre.
P14,,Joule per second,Quotient of the derived SI unit joule divided by the SI base unit second.
P42,,Pascal squared second,Unit of the set as a product of the power of derived SI unit pascal with exponent 2 and the SI base unit second.
P79,,Pascal square metre per kilogram,"Unit of the burst index as derived unit for pressure pascal related to the substance, represented as a quotient from the SI base unit kilogram divided by the power of the SI base unit metre by exponent 2."
PAL,4S,Pascal,
RPM,R3,Revolutions per minute,Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
RPS,,Revolutions per second,Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
S4,S4,Square metre per second,Synonym: metre squared per second (square metres/second US)
SEC,,Second [unit of time],
SIE,67,Siemens,
VLT,,Volt,
WEB,,Weber,
WHR,,Watt hour,
WTT,,Watt,
66,66,Oersted,
76,76,Gauss,
78,78,Kilogauss,
5J,5J,Hydraulic horse power,A unit of power defining the?hydraulic horse power delivered by a fluid pump depending on?the viscosity of the fluid.
A47,,Decitex,A unit of yarn density. One decitex equals a mass of 1 gram per 10 kilometres of length.
A49,,Denier,A unit of yarn density. One denier equals a mass of 1 gram per 9 kilometres of length.
A77,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of displacement,
A78,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of electric current,
A79,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of electric charge,
A80,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of electric field strength,
A81,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of electric polarization,
A82,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of electric potential,
A83,,Gaussian CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of magnetization,
AH,AH,Additional minute,A unit of time defining the number of minutes in addition to the referenced minutes.
AI,AI,Average minute per call,A unit of count defining the number of minutes for the average interval of a call.
AL,AL,Access line,A unit of count defining the number of telephone access lines.
ASM,,Alcoholic strength by mass,A unit of mass defining the alcoholic strength of a liquid.
ASU,,Alcoholic strength by volume,"A unit of volume defining the alcoholic strength of a liquid (e.g. spirit, wine, beer, etc), often at a specific temperature."
B1,B1,Barrel (US) per day,
B4,B4,"Barrel, imperial",A unit of volume used to measure beer. One beer barrel equals 36 imperial gallons.
B65,,Maxwell,
BB,BB,Base box,"A unit of area of 112 sheets of tin mil products (tin plate, tin free steel or black plate) 14 by 20 inches, or 31,360 square inches."
BFT,BF,Board foot,A unit of volume defining the number of cords (cord: a stack of firewood of 128 cubic feet).
BP,BP,Hundred board foot,A unit of volume equal to one hundred board foot.
C0,C0,Call,A unit of count defining the number of calls (call: communication session or visitation).
CNT,,Cental (UK),A unit of mass equal to one hundred weight (US).
CTM,,Metric carat,
D34,,Tex,A unit of yarn density. One decitex equals a mass of 1 gram per 1 kilometre of length.
DRA,DF,Dram (US),"Synonym: drachm (UK), troy dram"
DRI,,Dram (UK),Synonym: avoirdupois dram
DWT,,Pennyweight,
E10,,Degree day,A unit of measure used in meteorology and engineering to measure the demand for heating or cooling over a given period of days.
E11,,Gigacalorie,A unit of heat energy equal to one thousand million calories.
E44,,Kilogram-force metre per square centimetre,A unit of torsion defining the torque kilogram-force metre per square centimetre.
E48,,Service unit,A unit of count defining the number of service units (service unit: defined period / property / facility / utility of supply).
E49,,Working day,A unit of count defining the number of working days (working day: a day on which work is ordinarily performed).
E50,,Accounting unit,A unit of count defining the number of accounting units.
E51,,Job,A unit of count defining the number of jobs.
E52,,Run foot,A unit of count defining the number feet per run.
E53,,Test,A unit of count defining the number of tests.
E54,,Trip,A unit of count defining the number of trips.
E55,,Use,A unit of count defining the number of times an object is used.
E56,,Well,A unit of count defining the number of wells.
E57,,Zone,A unit of count defining the number of zones.
GB,GB,Gallon (US) per day,
GIA,,Gill (US),
GII,G5,Gill (UK),
H82,,Big point,A unit of length defining the number of big points (big point: Adobe software(US) defines the big point to be exactly 1/72 inch (0.013 888 9 inch or 0.352 777 8 millimeters))
HEA,,Head,A unit of count defining the number of heads (head: a person or animal considered as one of a number).
ISD,,International sugar degree,"A unit of measure defining the sugar content of a solution, expressed in degrees."
J13,,Degree API,A unit of relative density as a measure of how heavy or light a petroleum liquid is compared to water (API: American Petroleum Institute).
J14,,Degree Baume (origin scale),A traditional unit of relative density for liquids. Named after Antoine Baum?.
J15,,Degree Baume (US heavy),A unit of relative density for liquids heavier than water.
J16,,Degree Baume (US light),A unit of relative density for liquids lighter than water.
J17,,Degree Balling,"A unit of density as a measure of sugar content, especially of beer wort. Named after Karl Balling."
J18,,Degree Brix,A unit of proportion used in measuring the dissolved sugar-to-water mass ratio of a liquid. Named after Adolf Brix.
J27,,Degree Oechsle,"A unit of density as a measure of sugar content of must, the unfermented liqueur from which wine is made. Named after Ferdinand Oechsle."
J31,,Degree Twaddell,A unit of density for liquids that are heavier than water. 1 degree Twaddle represents a difference in specific gravity of 0.005.
JNT,,Pipeline joint,A count of the number of pipeline joints.
K1,K1,Kilowatt demand,A unit of measure defining the power load measured at predetermined intervals.
K2,K2,Kilovolt ampere reactive demand,A unit of measure defining the reactive power demand equal to one kilovolt ampere of reactive power.
K3,K3,Kilovolt ampere reactive hour,A unit of measure defining the accumulated reactive energy equal to one kilovolt ampere of reactive power per hour.
KLK,,Lactic dry material percentage,A unit of proportion defining the percentage of dry lactic material in a product.
LAC,,Lactose excess percentage,A unit of proportion defining the percentage of lactose in a product that exceeds a defined percentage level.
LBT,TX,Troy pound (US),
LEF,,Leaf,A unit of count defining the number of leaves.
MBE,,Thousand standard brick equivalent,A unit of count defining the number of one thousand brick equivalent units.
MBF,TM,Thousand board foot,A unit of volume equal to one thousand board foot.
N3,N3,Print point,
P88,,Rhe,Non SI-conforming unit of fluidity of dynamic viscosity.
P89,,Pound-force foot per inch,Unit for length-related rotational moment according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units.
P90,,Pound-force inch per inch,Unit for length-related rotational moment according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units.
P91,,Perm (0 ?C),"Traditional unit for the ability of a material to allow the transition of the steam, defined at a temperature of 0 ?C as steam transmittance, where the mass of one grain steam penetrates an area of one foot squared at a pressure from one inch mercury per hour."
P92,,Perm (23 ?C),"Traditional unit for the ability of a material to allow the transition of the steam, defined at a temperature of 23 ?C as steam transmittance at which the mass of one grain of steam penetrates an area of one square foot at a pressure of one inch mercury per hour."
P96,,Reciprocal volt,Reciprocal of the derived SI unit volt.
P97,,Reciprocal radian,Reciprocal of the unit radian.
P98,,Pascal to the power sum of stoichiometric numbers,"Unit of the equilibrium constant on the basis of the pressure(ISO 80000-9:2009, 9-35.a)."
P99,,Mole per cubiv metre to the power sum of stoichiometric numbers,"Unit of the equilibrium constant on the basis of the concentration (ISO 80000-9:2009, 9-36.a)."
PI,PI,Pitch,A unit of count defining the number of characters that fit in a horizontal inch.
PLA,,Degree Plato,"A unit of proportion defining the sugar content of a product, especially in relation to beer."
PQ,PQ,Page per inch,"A unit of quantity defining the degree of thickness of a bound publication, expressed as the number of pages per inch of thickness."
Q10,,Joule per tesla,Unit of the magnetic dipole moment of the molecule as derived SI unit joule divided by the derived SI unit tesla.
Q20,,Second per kilogramm,"Unit of the Einstein transition probability for spontaneous or inducing emissions and absorption according to ISO 80000-7:2008, expressed as SI base unit second divided by the SI base unit kilogram."
Q21,,Watt square metre,"Unit of the first radiation constants c1 = 2?p?h?c0?, the value of which is 3,741 771 18?10??6-fold that of the comparative value of the product of the derived SI unit watt multiplied with the power of the SI base unit metre with the exponent 2."
Q22,,Second per radian cubic metre,Unit of the density of states as an expression of angular frequency as complement of the product of hertz and radiant and the power of SI base unit metre by exponent 3 .
Q23,,Weber to the power minus one,"Complement of the derived SI unit weber as unit of the Josephson constant, which value is equal to the 384 597,891-fold of the reference value gigahertz divided by volt."
Q24,,Reciprocal inch,Complement of the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units.
Q25,,Dioptre,Unit used at the statement of relative refractive indexes of optical systems as complement of the focal length with correspondence to: 1 dpt = 1/m.
Q26,,One per one,Value of the quotient from two physical units of the same kind as a numerator and denominator whereas the units are shortened mutually.
Q27,,Newton metre per metre,Unit for length-related rotational moment as product of the derived SI unit newton and the SI base unit metre divided by the SI base unit metre.
Q28,,Kilogram per square metre pascal second,Unit for the ability of a material to allow the transition of steam.
QA,QA,Page - facsimile,A unit of count defining the number of facsimile pages.
QB,QB,Page - hardcopy,"A unit of count defining the number of hardcopy pages (hardcopy page: a page rendered as printed or written output on paper, film, or other permanent medium)."
QR,QR,Quire,"A unit of count for paper, expressed as the number of quires (quire: a number of paper sheets, typically 25)."
QTR,,Quarter (UK),"A traditional unit of weight equal to 1/4 hundredweight. In the United Kingdom, one quarter equals 28 pounds."
R1,R1,Pica,A unit of count defining the number of picas. (pica: typographical length equal to 12 points or 4.22 mm (approx.)).
RM,RM,Ream,"A unit of count for paper, expressed as the number of reams (ream: a large quantity of paper sheets, typically 500)."
RP,RP,Pound per ream,"A unit of mass for paper, expressed as pounds per ream. (ream: a large quantity of paper, typically 500 sheets)."
SCR,,Scruple,
T0,T0,Telecommunication line in service,A unit of count defining the number of lines in service.
TAN,,Total acid number,A unit of chemistry defining the amount of potassium hydroxide (KOH) in milligrams that is needed to neutralize the acids in one gram of oil. It is an important quality measurement of crude oil.
TMS,,"Kilogram of imported meat, less offal","A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of imported meat, disregarding less valuable by-products such as the entrails."
UB,UB,Telecommunication line in service average,A unit of count defining the average number of lines in service.
UC,UC,Telecommunication port,A unit of count defining the number of network access ports.
WCD,,Cord,A unit of volume used for measuring lumber. One board foot equals 1/12 of a cubic foot.
WSD,,Standard,A unit of volume of finished lumber equal to 165 cubic feet.Synonym: standard cubic foot
ZP,,Page,A unit of count defining the number of pages.
59,59,Part per million,A unit of proportion equal to 10??.
60,60,Percent weight,A unit of proportion equal to 10??.
61,61,Part per billion (US),A unit of proportion equal to 10??.
B19,,Digit,A unit of information defining the quantity of numerals used to form a number.
BIL,,Billion (EUR),Synonym: trillion (US)
CEN,HU,Hundred,A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 100.
D68,,Number of words,A unit of count defining the number of words.
DZN,DZ,Dozen,A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 12.
E21,,Shares,A unit of count defining the number of shares (share: a total or portion of the parts into which a business entity?s capital is divided).
E23,,Tyre,"A unit of count defining the number of tyres (a solid or air-filled covering placed around a wheel rim to form a soft contact with the road, absorb shock and provide traction)."
E30,,Strand,"A unit of count defining the number of strands (strand: long, thin, flexible, single thread, strip of fibre, constituent filament or multiples of the same, twisted together)."
E40,,Part per hundred thousand,A unit of proportion equal to 10??.
GGR,GG,Great gross,A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 1728 (12 x 12 x 12).
GRO,GS,Gross,A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 144 (12 x 12).
H25,,Percent per kelvin,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI base unit Kelvin."
H71,,Percent per month,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a month."
H72,,Percent per hectobar,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to 100-fold of the unit bar."
H73,,Percent per decakelvin,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to 10-fold of the SI base unit Kelvin."
H89,,Percent per ohm,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI derived unit ohm."
H90,,Percent per degree,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an angle of one degree."
H91,,Percent per ten thousand,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of ten thousand."
H92,,Percent per one hundred thousand,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one hundred thousand."
H93,,Percent per hundred,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one hundred."
H94,,Percent per thousand,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one thousand."
H95,,Percent per volt,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI derived unit volt."
H96,,Percent per bar,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an atmospheric pressure of one bar."
H98,,Percent per inch,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an inch."
H99,,Percent per metre,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a metre."
HC,HC,Hundred count,A unit of count defining the number of units counted in multiples of 100.
HIU,,Hundred international unit,A unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 100.
J10,,Percent per millimetre,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a millimetre."
J12,,Per mille per psi,A unit of pressure equal to one thousandth of a psi (pound-force per square inch).
JWL,,Number of jewels,A unit of count defining the number of jewels (jewel: precious stone).
M25,,Percent per degree Celsius,"A unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a temperature of one degree."
M36,,30-day month,"A unit of count defining the number of months expressed in multiples of 30 days, one day equals 24 hours."
M37,,Actual/360,"A unit of count defining the number of years expressed in multiples of 360 days, one day equals 24 hours."
MIL,TH,Thousand,
MIO,,Million,
MIU,,Million international unit,A unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 10?.
MLD,,Milliard,Synonym: billion (US)
NAR,,Number of articles,A unit of count defining the number of articles (article: item).
NCL,,Number of cells,"A unit of count defining the number of cells (cell: an enclosed or circumscribed space, cavity, or volume)."
NIU,,Number of international units,A unit of count defining the number of international units.
NMP,,Number of packs,A unit of count defining the number of packs (pack: a collection of objects packaged together).
NPR,,Number of pairs,A unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's).
NPT,,Number of parts,A unit of count defining the number of parts (part: component of a larger entity).
NX,NX,Part per thousand,A unit of proportion equal to 10??. Synonym: per mille
P1,P1,Percent,A unit of proportion equal to 0.01.
PR,PR,Pair,A unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's).
SCO,,Score,A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 20.
TRL,,Trillion (EUR),
VP,VP,Percent volume,"A measure of concentration, typically expressed as the percentage volume of a solute in a solution."
23,23,Gram per cubic centimetre,
74,74,Millipascal,
2J,2J,Cubic centimetre per second,
2M,2M,Centimetre per second,
2Q,2Q,Kilobecquerel,
2U,2U,Megagram,
2Z,2Z,Millivolt,
3B,3B,Megajoule,
4H,MH,Micrometre (micron),
4K,4K,Milliampere,
4N,4N,Megabecquerel,
4O,4O,Microfarad,
4T,4T,Picofarad,
A13,,Attojoule,
A2,,Ampere per centimetre,
A28,,Coulomb per cubic centimetre,
A3,,Ampere per millimetre,
A30,,Coulomb per cubic millimetre,
A33,,Coulomb per square centimetre,
A35,,Coulomb per square millimetre,
A36,,Cubic centimetre per mole,
A37,,Cubic decimetre per mole,
A4,,Ampere per square centimetre,
A68,,Exajoule,
A7,,Ampere per square millimetre,
A70,,Femtojoule,
A71,,Femtometre,
A76,,Gal,
A84,,Gigacoulomb per cubic metre,
A85,,Gigaelectronvolt,
A86,,Gigahertz,
A87,,Gigaohm,
A88,,Gigaohm metre,
A89,,Gigapascal,
A90,,Gigawatt,
A94,,Gram per mole,
A97,,Hectopascal,
B22,,Kiloampere,
B23,,Kiloampere per square metre,
B24,,Kiloampere per metre,
B25,,Kilobecquerel per kilogram,
B26,,Kilocoulomb,
B27,,Kilocoulomb per cubic metre,
B28,,Kilocoulomb per square metre,
B29,,Kiloelectronvolt,
B34,,Kilogram per cubic decimetre,
B35,3F,Kilogram per litre,
B41,,Kilojoule per kelvin,
B42,,Kilojoule per kilogram,
B43,,Kilojoule per kilogram kelvin,
B44,,Kilojoule per mole,
B45,,Kilomole,
B46,,Kilomole per cubic metre,
B47,,Kilonewton,
B48,,Kilonewton metre,
B49,,Kiloohm,
B50,,Kiloohm metre,
B52,,Kilosecond,
B53,,Kilosiemens,
B54,,Kilosiemens per metre,
B55,,Kilovolt per metre,
B56,,Kiloweber per metre,
B59,,Lumen hour,
B63,,Lux hour,
B66,,Megaampere per square metre,
B67,,Megabecquerel per kilogram,
B69,,Megacoulomb per cubic metre,
B70,,Megacoulomb per square metre,
B71,,Megaelectronvolt,
B72,,Megagram per cubic metre,
B73,,Meganewton,
B74,,Meganewton metre,
B75,,Megaohm,
B76,,Megaohm metre,
B77,,Megasiemens per metre,
B78,,Megavolt,
B79,,Megavolt per metre,
B84,,Microampere,
B85,,Microbar,
B86,,Microcoulomb,
B87,,Microcoulomb per cubic metre,
B88,,Microcoulomb per square metre,
B89,,Microfarad per metre,
B90,,Microhenry,
B91,,Microhenry per metre,
B92,,Micronewton,
B93,,Micronewton metre,
B94,,Microohm,
B95,,Microohm metre,
B96,,Micropascal,
B97,,Microradian,
B98,,Microsecond,
B99,,Microsiemens,
C10,,Millifarad,
C12,,Milligram per metre,
C13,,Milligray,
C14,,Millihenry,
C15,,Millijoule,
C16,,Millimetre per second,
C17,,Millimetre squared per second,
C18,,Millimole,
C20,,Millinewton,
C22,,Millinewton per metre,
C23,,Milliohm metre,
C24,,Millipascal second,
C25,,Milliradian,
C26,,Millisecond,
C27,,Millisiemens,
C28,,Millisievert,
C29,,Millitesla,
C3,,Microvolt per metre,
C30,,Millivolt per metre,
C31,,Milliwatt,
C32,,Milliwatt per square metre,
C33,,Milliweber,
C35,,Mole per cubic decimetre,
C39,,Nanoampere,
C40,,Nanocoulomb,
C41,,Nanofarad,
C42,,Nanofarad per metre,
C43,,Nanohenry,
C44,,Nanohenry per metre,
C45,,Nanometre,
C46,,Nanoohm metre,
C47,,Nanosecond,
C48,,Nanotesla,
C49,,Nanowatt,
C52,,Picometre,
C55,,Newton per square metre,
C56,,Newton per square millimetre,
C60,,Ohm centimetre,
C68,,Petajoule,
C70,,Picoampere,
C71,,Picocoulomb,
C72,,Picofarad per metre,
C73,,Picohenry,
C75,,Picowatt,
C76,,Picowatt per square metre,
C8,,Millicoulomb per kilogram,
C94,,Reciprocal minute,
CLT,C3,Centilitre,
CMK,SC,Square centimetre,
CMQ,CC,Cubic centimetre,
D29,,Terahertz,
D30,,Terajoule,
D31,,Terawatt,
D32,,Terawatt hour,
D41,,Tonne per cubic metre,
D47,,Volt per centimetre,
D49,,Millivolt per kelvin,
D51,,Volt per millimetre,
D60,,Weber per millimetre,
D77,,Megacoulomb,
D80,,Microwatt,
D81,,Microtesla,
D82,,Microvolt,
D83,,Millinewton metre,
D85,,Microwatt per square metre,
D86,,Millicoulomb,
D87,,Millimole per kilogram,
D88,,Millicoulomb per cubic metre,
D89,,Millicoulomb per square metre,
D95,JG,Joule per gram,
DMA,,Cubic decametre,
DMK,D3,Square decimetre,
DMQ,C8,Cubic decimetre,
DN,DN,Decinewton metre,
E45,,Milliohm,
E92,,Cubic decimetre per hour,
E93,,Kilogram per hour,
E94,,Kilomole per second,
E95,,Mole per second,
FH,FH,Micromole,
GJ,GJ,Gram per millilitre,
GL,GL,Gram per litre,
GRM,GR,Gram,
GV,GV,Gigajoule,
GWH,,Gigawatt hour,
H16,,Square decametre,Synonym: are
H18,,Square hectometre,Synonym:?hectare
H19,,Cubic hectometre,
H20,,Cubic kilometre,
H24,,Volt per microsecond,
H28,,Microfarad per kilometre,
H30,,Square micrometre (square micron),
H33,,Farad per kilometre,
H38,,Megaampere,
H43,,Siemens per centimetre,
H44,,Teraohm,
H46,,Volt per second,
H48,,Attofarad,
H61,,Millisiemens per centimetre,
H63,,Milligram per square centimetre,
H64,,Milligram per gram,
H88,,Megaohm kilometre,
HLT,H4,Hectolitre,
J33,,Microgram per kilogram,
J36,,Microlitre per litre,
J55,,Watt second,
J72,,Centinewton metre,
J87,,Cubic centimetre per cubic metre,
J90,,Cubic decimetre per day,
J91,,Cubic decimetre per cubic metre,
J92,,Cubic decimetre per minute,
J93,,Cubic decimetre per second,
JK,JK,Megajoule per kilogram,
K5,K5,Kilovolt ampere (reactive),Use kilovar (common code KVR)
K58,,Kilomole per hour,
K61,,Kilomole per minute,
K62,,Litre per litre,
KHZ,,Kilohertz,
KJO,,Kilojoule,
KMH,KP,Kilometre per hour,
KMK,,Square kilometre,
KMT,,Kilometre,
KPA,KQ,Kilopascal,
KVA,K4,Kilovolt - ampere,
KVR,,Kilovar,
KVT,,Kilovolt,
KWH,KH,Kilowatt hour,
KWT,K7,Kilowatt,
L19,,Millilitre per litre,
L20,,Reciprocal cubic millimetre,
L21,,Cubic millimetre per cubic metre,
L23,,Mole per hour,
L30,,Mole per minute,
L32,,Nanogram per kilogram,
M29,,Kilogram per kilogram,
M30,,Reciprocal volt - ampere reciprocal second,
M31,,Kilogram per kilometre,
M33,,Millimole per litre,
M34,,Newton metre per square metre,
M35,,Millivolt - ampere,
M55,,Metre per radiant,Unit of the translation factor for implementation from rotation to linear movement.
M59,,Metre per second pascal,SI base unit meter divided by the product of SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
M71,,Cubic metre per pascal,Power of the SI base unit meter by exponent 3 divided by the derived SI base unit pascal.
M87,,Kilogram per second pascal,SI base unit kilogram divided by the product of the SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
M94,,Kilogram metre,Unit of imbalance as a product of the SI base unit kilogram and the SI base unit metre.
MAW,,Megawatt,A unit of power defining the rate of energy transferred or consumed when a current of 1000 amperes flows due to a potential of 1000 volts at unity power factor.
MBR,M6,Millibar,
MC,MC,Microgram,
MGM,ME,Milligram,
MHZ,N6,Megahertz,
MLT,ML,Millilitre,
MMK,MS,Square millimetre,
MMQ,,Cubic millimetre,
MMT,MM,Millimetre,
MPA,M8,Megapascal,
MVA,,Megavolt - ampere,
MWH,T9,Megawatt hour (1000?kW.h),A unit of power defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumed.
N36,,Newton second per square metre,Unit of the dynamic viscosity as a product of unit of the pressure (newton by square metre) multiplied with the SI base unit second.
N45,,Cubic metre per second pascal,Power of the SI base unit meter by exponent 3 divided by the product of the SI base unit second and the derived SI base unit pascal.
N79,,Kelvin per pascal,SI base unit kelvin divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
NA,NA,Milligram per kilogram,
P49,,Newton square metre per ampere,Product of the derived SI unit newton and the power of SI base unit metre with exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit ampere.
P50,,Weber metre,Product of the derived SI unit weber and SI base unit metre.
P51,,Mol per kilogram pascal,SI base unit mol divided by the product of the SI base unit kilogram and the derived SI unit pascal.
P52,,Mol per cubic metre pascal,SI base unit mol divided by the product of the power from the SI base unit metre with exponent 3 and the derived SI unit pascal.
TNE,MP,Tonne (metric ton),Synonym: metric ton
37,37,Ounce per square foot,
77,77,Milli-inch,
80,80,Pound per square inch absolute,
84,84,A unit of pressure defining the number of kilopounds force per square inch.,A unit of pressure defining the number of kilopounds force per square inch. Use kip per square inch (common code N20).
85,85,Foot pound-force,
87,87,Pound per cubic foot,
89,89,Poise,
91,91,Stokes,
2C,2C,Roentgen,
2I,2I,British thermal unit (international table) per hour,
2K,2K,Cubic foot per hour,
2L,2L,Cubic foot per minute,
2Y,2Y,Milliroentgen,
4C,4C,Centistokes,
4Q,4Q,Ounce inch,
4R,4R,Ounce foot,
4U,4U,Pound per hour,
4W,4W,Ton (US) per hour,
5A,5A,Barrel (US) per minute,
A1,,15 ?C calorie,
A20,,British thermal unit (international table) per second square foot degree Rankine,
A21,,British thermal unit (international table) per pound degree Rankine,
A22,,British thermal unit (international table) per second foot degree Rankine,
A23,,British thermal unit (international table) per hour square foot degree Rankine,
A25,,Cheval vapeur,Synonym: metric horse power
A42,,Curie per kilogram,
A48,,Degree Rankine,Refer ISO 80000-5 (Quantities and units ? Part 5: Thermodynamics)
A50,,Dyne second per cubic centimetre,
A51,,Dyne second per centimetre,
A52,,Dyne second per centimetre to the fifth power,
A57,,Erg,
A58,,Erg per centimetre,
A60,,Erg per cubic centimetre,
A61,,Erg per gram,
A62,,Erg per gram second,
A63,,Erg per second,
A64,,Erg per second square centimetre,
A65,,Erg per square centimetre second,
A66,,Erg square centimetre,
A67,,Erg square centimetre per gram,
A73,,Foot per second squared,
A74,,Foot pound-force per second,
A91,,Gon,Synonym: grade
ACR,AC,Acre,
AK,AK,Fathom,
ANN,,Year,"Unit of time equal to 365,25 days.Synonym: Julian year"
APZ,TO,Troy ounce or apothecary ounce,
ARE,,Are,Synonym: square decametre
ATT,,Technical atmosphere,
AZ,AZ,British thermal unit (international table) per pound,
B36,,Calorie (thermochemical) per gram,
B37,,Kilogram-force,
B38,,Kilogram-force metre,
B39,,Kilogram-force metre per second,
B40,,Kilogram-force per square metre,
B51,,Kilopond,Synonym: kilogram-force
B57,,Light year,A unit of length defining the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year.
BHP,BQ,Brake horse power,
BLD,,Dry barrel (US),
BLL,BR,Barrel (US),
BTU,BY,British thermal unit (international table),
BUA,BU,Bushel (US),
BUI,BV,Bushel (UK),
C7,C7,Centipoise,
C78,,Pound-force,
C80,,Rad,
CUR,4D,Curie,
CWA,,Hundred pound (cwt) / hundred weight (US),
CWI,HW,Hundred weight (UK),
D16,,Square centimetre per erg,
D17,,Square centimetre per steradian erg,
D35,,Calorie (thermochemical),
D37,,Calorie (thermochemical) per gram kelvin,
D38,,Calorie (thermochemical) per second centimetre kelvin,
D39,,Calorie (thermochemical) per second square centimetre kelvin,
D42,,Tropical year,
D5,D5,Kilogram per square centimetre,
D6,,Roentgen per second,
D69,,Inch to the fourth power,
D70,,Calorie (international table),
D71,,Calorie (international table) per second centimetre kelvin,
D72,,Calorie (international table) per second square centimetre kelvin,
D75,,Calorie (international table) per gram,
D76,,Calorie (international table) per gram kelvin,
D91,,Rem,
DU,DU,Dyne,
DX,DX,Dyne per centimetre,
E14,,Kilocalorie (international table),A unit of heat energy equal to one thousand calories.
E15,,Kilocalorie (thermochemical) per hour,A unit of energy equal to one thousand calories per hour.
E18,,Tonne per hour,A unit of weight or mass equal to one tonne per hour.
E41,,Kilogram-force per square millimetre,A unit of pressure defining the number of kilograms force per square millimetre.
E42,,Kilogram-force per square centimetre,A unit of pressure defining the number of kilograms force per square centimetre.
F06,,Poise per bar,
F08,,Milliampere per inch,
F13,,Slug,A unit of mass. One slug is the mass accelerated at 1 foot per second per second by a force of 1 pound.
F17,,Pound-force per foot,
F20,,Pound inch squared,
F21,,Pound-force inch,
F22,,Pound-force foot per ampere,
F48,,Pound-force per inch,
F49,,Rod [unit of distance],A unit of distance equal to 5.5 yards (16 feet 6 inches).
F55,,Ohm per mile (statute mile),
F57,,Milliampere per pound-force per square inch,
F78,,Inch of water,
F79,,Inch of mercury,
F80,,Water horse power,A unit of power defining the amount of power required to move a given volume of water against acceleration of gravity to a specified elevation (pressure head).
F86,,Poise per kelvin,
FAH,FA,Degree Fahrenheit,Refer ISO 80000-5 (Quantities and units ? Part 5: Thermodynamics)
FOT,FT,Foot,
FP,FP,Pound per square foot,
FR,FR,Foot per minute,
FS,FS,Foot per second,
FTK,SF,Square foot,
FTQ,CF,Cubic foot,
G08,,Square inch per second,
G10,,Stokes per kelvin,
G2,G2,US gallon per minute,
G20,,Pound-force foot per pound,
G21,,Cup [unit of volume],
G23,,Peck,
G24,,Tablespoon (US),
G25,,Teaspoon (US),
G3,G3,Imperial gallon per minute,
G32,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per cubic yard,
G46,,Stokes per bar,
G50,,Gallon (US) per hour,
G56,,Cubic inch per hour,
G57,,Cubic inch per minute,
G58,,Cubic inch per second,
GE,GE,Pound per gallon (US),
GLD,,Dry gallon (US),
GLI,GI,Gallon (UK),
GLL,GA,Gallon (US),
GRN,GX,Grain,
H22,,Volt square inch per pound-force,
H23,,Volt per inch,
H27,,Degree per metre,
H34,,Hertz metre,
H39,,Megahertz kilometre,
H41,,"Newton metre watt to the power minus 0,5",
H57,,Inch per two pi radiant,
H66,,Millimetre per year,
H67,,Millimetre per hour,
H78,,Conventional centimetre of water,
H79,,Charri?re,"A unit of distance used for measuring the diameter of small tubes such as urological instruments and catheters. Synonym: French, French gauge, Charri?re gauge"
HAR,,Hectare,Synonym: square hectometre
HJ,HJ,Metric horse power,
HM,HM,Mile per hour (statute mile),
HN,HN,Conventional millimetre of mercury,
HP,HP,Conventional millimetre of water,
IA,IA,Inch pound (pound inch),
INH,IN,Inch,
INK,SI,Square inch,
INQ,CI,Cubic inch,Synonym: inch cubed
IU,IU,Inch per second,
IV,IV,Inch per second squared,
J19,,Degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (thermochemical),
J20,,Degree Fahrenheit per kelvin,
J21,,Degree Fahrenheit per bar,
J22,,Degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (international table),
J23,,Degree Fahrenheit per hour,
J24,,Degree Fahrenheit per minute,
J25,,Degree Fahrenheit per second,
J26,,Reciprocal degree Fahrenheit,
J28,,Degree Rankine per hour,
J29,,Degree Rankine per minute,
J30,,Degree Rankine per second,
J32,,Micropoise,
J34,,Microgram per cubic metre kelvin,
J35,,Microgram per cubic metre bar,
J39,,British thermal unit (mean),
J40,,British thermal unit (international table) foot per hour?square foot degree Fahrenheit,
J41,,British thermal unit (international table) inch per hour square?foot degree Fahrenheit,
J42,,British thermal unit (international table) inch per second square?foot degree Fahrenheit,
J43,,British thermal unit (international table) per pound degree Fahrenheit,
J44,,British thermal unit (international table) per minute,
J45,,British thermal unit (international table) per second,
J46,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) foot per hour square?foot degree Fahrenheit,
J47,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per hour,
J48,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) inch per hour square?foot degree Fahrenheit,
J49,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) inch per second?square foot degree Fahrenheit,
J50,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per pound degree Fahrenheit,
J51,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per minute,
J52,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per second,
J53,,Coulomb square metre per kilogram,
J56,,Bar per bar,
J57,,Barrel (UK petroleum),
J58,,Barrel (UK petroleum) per minute,
J59,,Barrel (UK petroleum) per day,
J60,,Barrel (UK petroleum) per hour,
J61,,Barrel (UK petroleum) per second,
J62,,Barrel (US petroleum) per hour,
J63,,Barrel (US petroleum) per second,
J64,,Bushel (UK) per day,
J65,,Bushel (UK) per hour,
J66,,Bushel (UK) per minute,
J67,,Bushel (UK) per second,
J68,,Bushel (US dry) per day,
J69,,Bushel (US dry) per hour,
J70,,Bushel (US dry) per minute,
J71,,Bushel (US dry) per second,
J73,,Centipoise per kelvin,
J74,,Centipoise per bar,
J75,,Calorie (mean),
J76,,Calorie (international table) per gram degree Celsius,
J78,,Calorie (thermochemical) per centimetre second degree Celsius,
J79,,Calorie (thermochemical) per gram degree Celsius,
J81,,Calorie (thermochemical) per minute,
J82,,Calorie (thermochemical) per second,
J83,,Clo,
J84,,Centimetre per second kelvin,
J85,,Centimetre per second bar,
J89,,Centimetre of mercury,
J94,,Dyne centimetre,
J95,,Ounce (UK fluid) per day,
J96,,Ounce (UK fluid) per hour,
J97,,Ounce (UK fluid) per minute,
J98,,Ounce (UK fluid) per second,
J99,,Ounce (US fluid) per day,
K10,,Ounce (US fluid) per hour,
K11,,Ounce (US fluid) per minute,
K12,,Ounce (US fluid) per second,
K13,,Foot per degree Fahrenheit,
K14,,Foot per hour,
K15,,Foot pound-force per hour,
K16,,Foot pound-force per minute,
K17,,Foot per psi,
K18,,Foot per second degree Fahrenheit,
K19,,Foot per second psi,
K20,,Reciprocal cubic foot,
K21,,Cubic foot per degree Fahrenheit,
K22,,Cubic foot per day,
K23,,Cubic foot per psi,
K24,,Foot of water,
K25,,Foot of mercury,
K26,,Gallon (UK) per day,
K27,,Gallon (UK) per hour,
K28,,Gallon (UK) per second,
K30,,Gallon (US liquid) per second,
K31,,Gram-force per square centimetre,
K32,,Gill (UK) per day,
K33,,Gill (UK) per hour,
K34,,Gill (UK) per minute,
K35,,Gill (UK) per second,
K36,,Gill (US) per day,
K37,,Gill (US) per hour,
K38,,Gill (US) per minute,
K39,,Gill (US) per second,
K40,,Standard acceleration of free fall,
K41,,Grain per gallon (US),
K42,,Horsepower (boiler),
K43,,Horsepower (electric),
K45,,Inch per degree Fahrenheit,
K46,,Inch per psi,
K47,,Inch per second degree Fahrenheit,
K48,,Inch per second psi,
K49,,Reciprocal cubic inch,
K51,,Kilocalorie (mean),
K52,,Kilocalorie (international table) per hour metre degree Celsius,
K53,,Kilocalorie (thermochemical),
K54,,Kilocalorie (thermochemical) per minute,
K55,,Kilocalorie (thermochemical) per second,
K59,,Kilomole per cubic metre kelvin,
K60,,Kilomole per cubic metre bar,
K63,,Reciprocal litre,
K64,,Pound (avoirdupois) per degree Fahrenheit,
K65,,Pound (avoirdupois) square foot,
K66,,Pound (avoirdupois) per day,
K67,,Pound per foot hour,
K68,,Pound per foot second,
K69,,Pound (avoirdupois) per cubic foot degree Fahrenheit,
K70,,Pound (avoirdupois) per cubic foot psi,
K71,,Pound (avoirdupois) per gallon (UK),
K73,,Pound (avoirdupois) per hour degree Fahrenheit,
K74,,Pound (avoirdupois) per hour psi,
K75,,Pound (avoirdupois) per cubic inch degree Fahrenheit,
K76,,Pound (avoirdupois) per cubic inch psi,
K77,,Pound (avoirdupois) per psi,
K78,,Pound (avoirdupois) per minute,
K79,,Pound (avoirdupois) per minute degree Fahrenheit,
K80,,Pound (avoirdupois) per minute psi,
K81,,Pound (avoirdupois) per second,
K82,,Pound (avoirdupois) per second degree Fahrenheit,
K83,,Pound (avoirdupois) per second psi,
K84,,Pound per cubic yard,
K85,,Pound-force per square foot,
K86,,Pound-force per square inch degree Fahrenheit,
K87,,Psi cubic inch per second,
K88,,Psi litre per second,
K89,,Psi cubic metre per second,
K90,,Psi cubic yard per second,
K91,,Pound-force second per square foot,
K92,,Pound-force second per square inch,
K93,,Reciprocal psi,
K94,,Quart (UK liquid) per day,
K95,,Quart (UK liquid) per hour,
K96,,Quart (UK liquid) per minute,
K97,,Quart (UK liquid) per second,
K98,,Quart (US liquid) per day,
K99,,Quart (US liquid) per hour,
KR,KR,Kiloroentgen,
L10,,Quart (US liquid) per minute,
L11,,Quart (US liquid) per second,
L12,,Metre per second kelvin,
L13,,Metre per second bar,
L14,,Square metre hour degree Celsius per kilocalorie (international table),
L15,,Millipascal second per kelvin,
L16,,Millipascal second per bar,
L17,,Milligram per cubic metre kelvin,
L18,,Milligram per cubic metre bar,
L24,,Mole per kilogram kelvin,
L25,,Mole per kilogram bar,
L26,,Mole per litre kelvin,
L27,,Mole per litre bar,
L28,,Mole per cubic metre kelvin,
L29,,Mole per cubic metre bar,
L31,,Milliroentgen aequivalent men,
L33,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per day,
L34,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per hour,
L35,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per minute,
L36,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per second,
L37,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per gallon (UK),
L38,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per gallon (US),
L39,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per cubic inch,
L40,,Ounce (avoirdupois)-force,
L41,,Ounce (avoirdupois)-force inch,
L42,,Picosiemens per metre,
L43,,Peck (UK),
L44,,Peck (UK) per day,
L45,,Peck (UK) per hour,
L46,,Peck (UK) per minute,
L47,,Peck (UK) per second,
L48,,Peck (US dry) per day,
L49,,Peck (US dry) per hour,
L50,,Peck (US dry) per minute,
L51,,Peck (US dry) per second,
L52,,Psi per psi,
L53,,Pint (UK) per day,
L54,,Pint (UK) per hour,
L55,,Pint (UK) per minute,
L56,,Pint (UK) per second,
L57,,Pint (US liquid) per day,
L58,,Pint (US liquid) per hour,
L59,,Pint (US liquid) per minute,
L60,,Pint (US liquid) per second,
L63,,Slug per day,
L64,,Slug per foot second,
L65,,Slug per cubic foot,
L66,,Slug per hour,
L67,,Slug per minute,
L68,,Slug per second,
L69,,Tonne per kelvin,
L70,,Tonne per bar,
L71,,Tonne per day,
L72,,Tonne per day kelvin,
L73,,Tonne per day bar,
L74,,Tonne per hour kelvin,
L75,,Tonne per hour bar,
L76,,Tonne per cubic metre kelvin,
L77,,Tonne per cubic metre bar,
L78,,Tonne per minute,
L79,,Tonne per minute kelvin,
L80,,Tonne per minute bar,
L81,,Tonne per second,
L82,,Tonne per second kelvin,
L83,,Tonne per second bar,
L84,,Ton (UK shipping),
L85,,Ton long per day,
L86,,Ton (US shipping),
L87,,Ton short per degree Fahrenheit,
L88,,Ton short per day,
L89,,Ton short per hour degree Fahrenheit,
L90,,Ton short per hour psi,
L91,,Ton short per psi,
L92,,Ton (UK long) per cubic yard,
L93,,Ton (US short) per cubic yard,
L94,,Ton-force (US short),
L95,,Common year,
L96,,Sidereal year,
L98,,Yard per degree Fahrenheit,
L99,,Yard per psi,
LA,LA,Pound per cubic inch,
LBR,LB,Pound,
LTN,LG,Ton (UK) or long ton (US),Synonym: gross ton (2240 lb)
M10,,Reciprocal cubic yard,
M11,,Cubic yard per degree Fahrenheit,
M12,,Cubic yard per day,
M13,,Cubic yard per hour,
M14,,Cubic yard per psi,
M15,,Cubic yard per minute,
M16,,Cubic yard per second,
M17,,Kilohertz metre,
M18,,Gigahertz metre,
M20,,Reciprocal megakelvin or megakelvin to the power minus one,
M21,,Reciprocal kilovolt - ampere reciprocal hour,
M22,,Millilitre per square centimetre minute,
M26,,Gigaohm per metre,
M27,,Megahertz metre,
M32,,Pascal second per litre,
M40,,Yard per second squared,Unit of the length according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M42,,Mile (statute mile) per second squared,Unit of the length according to the Imperial system of units divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M43,,Mil,"Unit to indicate an angle at military zone, equal to the 6400th part of the full circle of the 360? or 2?p?rad."
M44,,Revolution,Unit to identify an angle of the full circle of 360? or 2?p?rad (Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide).
M46,,Revolution per minute,Unit of the angular velocity.
M47,,Circular mil,"Unit of an area, of which the size is given by a diameter of length of 1 mm (0,001 in) based on the formula: area = p?(diameter/2)?."
M48,,Square mile (based on U.S. survey foot),"Unit of the area, which is mainly common in the agriculture and forestry."
M49,,Chain (based on U.S. survey foot),Unit of the length according the Anglo-American system of units.
M50,,Furlong,Unit commonly used in Great Britain at rural distances: 1 furlong = 40 rods = 10 chains (UK) = 1/8 mile = 1/10 furlong = 220 yards = 660 foot.
M51,,Foot (U.S. survey),Unit commonly used in the United States for ordnance survey.
M52,,Mile (based on U.S. survey foot),Unit commonly used in the United States for ordnance survey.
M56,,Shake,Unit for a very short period.
M57,,Mile per minute,Unit of velocity from the Imperial system of units.
M58,,Mile per second,Unit of the velocity from the Imperial system of units.
M60,,Metre per hour,SI base unit metre divided by the unit hour.
M61,,Inch per year,Unit of the length according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the unit common year with 365 days.
M62,,Kilometre per second,1000-fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the SI base unit second.
M63,,Inch per minute,Unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the unit minute.
M64,,Yard per second,Unit yard according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
M65,,Yard per minute,Unit yard according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the unit minute.
M66,,Yard per hour,Unit yard according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the unit hour.
M67,,Acre-foot (based on U.S. survey foot),"Unit of the volume, which is used in the United States to measure/gauge the capacity of reservoirs."
M68,,Cord (128 ft3),Traditional unit of the volume of stacked firewood which has been measured with a cord.
M69,,Cubic mile (UK statute),Unit of volume according to the Imperial system of units.
M7,M7,Micro-inch,
M70,,"Ton, register",Traditional unit of the cargo capacity.
M74,,Kilogram per pascal,SI base unit kilogram divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
M75,,Kilopound-force,1000-fold of the unit of the force pound-force (lbf) according to the Anglo-American system of units with the relationship.
M76,,Poundal,"Non SI-conforming unit of the power, which corresponds to a mass of a pound multiplied with the acceleration of a foot per square second."
M77,,Kilogram metre per second squared,Product of the SI base unit kilogram and the SI base unit metre divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M78,,Pond,"0,001-fold of the unit of the weight, defined as a mass of 1 kg which finds out about a weight strength from 1 kp by the gravitational force at sea level which corresponds to a strength of 9,806 65 newton."
M79,,Square foot per hour,Power of the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2 divided by the unit of time hour.
M80,,Stokes per pascal,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit stokes divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
M81,,Square centimetre per second,"0,000 1-fold of the power of the SI base unit metre by exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit second."
M83,,Denier,Traditional unit for the indication of the linear mass of textile fibers and yarns.
M84,,Pound per yard,Unit for linear mass according to avoirdupois system of units.
M85,,"Ton, assay",Non SI-conforming unit of the mass used in the mineralogy to determine the concentration of precious metals in ore according to the mass of the precious metal in milligrams in a sample of the mass of an assay sound (number of troy ounces in a short ton (1 000 lb)).
M86,,Pfund,Outdated unit of the mass used in Germany.
M88,,Tonne per month,Unit tonne divided by the unit month.
M89,,Tonne per year,Unit tonne divided by the unit year with 365 days.
M90,,Kilopound per hour,1000-fold of the unit of the mass avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system divided by the unit hour.
M91,,Pound per pound,Proportion of the mass consisting of the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system divided by the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system.
M92,,Pound-force foot,Product of the unit pound-force according to the Anglo-American system of units and the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and the Imperial system of units.
M95,,Poundal foot,Product of the non SI-conforming unit of the force poundal and the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units .
M96,,Poundal inch,Product of the non SI-conforming unit of the force poundal and the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units .
M97,,Dyne metre,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the rotational moment.
MAM,,Megametre,
MIK,SB,Square mile (statute mile),
MON,MO,Month,"Unit of time equal to 1/12 of a year of 365,25 days."
N10,,Pound foot per second,Product of the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system and the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
N11,,Pound inch per second,Product of the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system and the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
N12,,Pferdestaerke,"Obsolete unit of the power relating to DIN 1301-3:1979: 1 PS = 735,498 75 W."
N13,,Centimetre of mercury (0 ?C),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure, at which a value of 1 cmHg meets the static pressure, which is generated by a mercury at a temperature of 0 ?C with a height of 1 centimetre ."
N14,,Centimetre of water (4 ?C),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure, at which a value of 1 cmH2O meets the static pressure, which is generated by a head of water at a temperature of 4 ?C with a height of 1 centimetre ."
N15,,Foot of water (39.2 ?F),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 ftH2O is equivalent to the static pressure, which is generated by a head of water at a temperature 39,2?F with a height of 1 foot ."
N16,,Inch of mercury (32 ?F),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inHg meets the static pressure, which is generated by a mercury at a temperature of 32?F with a height of 1 inch."
N17,,Inch of mercury (60 ?F),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inHg meets the static pressure, which is generated by a mercury at a temperature of 60?F with a height of 1 inch."
N18,,Inch of water (39.2 ?F),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inH2O meets the static pressure, which is generated by a head of water at a temperature of 39,2?F with a height of 1 inch ."
N19,,Inch of water (60 ?F),"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inH2O meets the static pressure, which is generated by a head of water at a temperature of 60?F with a height of 1 inch ."
N20,,Kip per square inch,Non SI-conforming unit of the pressure according to the Anglo-American system of units as the 1000-fold of the unit of the force pound-force divided by the power of the unit inch by exponent 2.
N21,,Poundal per square foot,"Non SI-conforming unit of pressure by the Imperial system of units according to NIST: 1 pdl/ft? = 1,488 164 Pa."
N22,,Ounce (avoirdupois) per square inch,Unit of the surface specific mass (avoirdupois ounce according to the avoirdupois system of units according to the surface square inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units).
N23,,Conventional metre of water,"Not SI-conforming unit of pressure, whereas a value of 1 mH2O is equivalent to the static pressure, which is produced by one metre high water column ."
N24,,Gram per square millimetre,"0,001-fold of the SI base unit kilogram divided by the 0.000 001-fold of the power of the SI base unit meter by exponent 2."
N25,,Pound per square yard,Unit for areal-related mass as a unit pound according to the avoirdupois unit system divided by the power of the unit yard according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units with exponent 2.
N26,,Poundal per square inch,Non SI-conforming unit of the pressure according to the Imperial system of units (poundal by square inch).
N27,,Foot to the fourth power,"Power of the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 4 according to NIST: 1 ft4 = 8,630 975 m4."
N29,,Cubic foot per pound,Power of the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 3 divided by the unit avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system.
N30,,Cubic inch per pound,Power of the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 3 divided by the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system .
N32,,Poundal per inch,Non SI-conforming unit of the surface tension according to the Imperial unit system as quotient poundal by inch.
N33,,Pound-force per yard,Unit of force per unit length based on the Anglo-American system of units.
N34,,Poundal second per square foot,Non SI-conforming unit of viscosity.
N35,,Poise per pascal,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit poise divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
N42,,Poundal second per square inch,Non SI-conforming unit of dynamic viscosity according to the Imperial system of units as product unit of the pressure (poundal by square inch) multiplied by the SI base unit second.
N43,,Pound per foot minute,Unit of the dynamic viscosity according to the Anglo-American unit system.
N44,,Pound per foot day,Unit of the dynamic viscosity according to the Anglo-American unit system.
N46,,Foot poundal,Unit of the work (force-path).
N47,,Inch poundal,Unit of work (force multiplied by path) according to the Imperial system of units as a product unit inch multiplied by poundal.
N48,,Watt per square centimetre,"Derived SI unit watt divided by the power of the 0,01-fold the SI base unit metre by exponent 2."
N49,,Watt per square inch,Derived SI unit watt divided by the power of the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
N50,,British thermal unit (international table) per square foot hour,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N51,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot hour,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N52,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot minute,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N53,,British thermal unit (international table) per square foot second,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N54,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot second,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N55,,British thermal unit (international table) per square inch second,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N56,,Calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetre minute,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N57,,Calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetre second,Unit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N58,,British thermal unit (international table) per cubic foot,Unit of the energy density according to the Imperial system of units.
N59,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per cubic foot,Unit of the energy density according to the Imperial system of units.
N60,,British thermal unit (international table) per degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N61,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N62,,British thermal unit (international table) per degree Rankine,Unit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N63,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per degree Rankine,Unit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N64,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per pound degree Rankine,Unit of the heat capacity (British thermal unit according to the international table according to the Rankine degree) according to the Imperial system of units divided by the unit avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois system of units.
N65,,Kilocalorie (international table) per gram kelvin,"Unit of the mass-related heat capacity as quotient 1000-fold of the calorie (international table) divided by the product of the 0,001-fold of the SI base units kilogram and kelvin."
N66,,British thermal unit (39 ?F),Unit of heat energy according to the Imperial system of units in a reference temperature of 39 ?F.
N67,,British thermal unit (59 ?F),Unit of heat energy according to the Imperial system of units in a reference temperature of 59 ?F.
N68,,British thermal unit (60 ?F),Unit of head energy according to the Imperial system of units at a reference temperature of 60 ?F.
N69,,Calorie (20 ?C),"Unit for quantity of heat, which is to be required for 1 g air free water at a constant pressure from 101,325 kPa, to warm up the pressure of standard atmosphere at sea level, from 19,5 ?C on 20,5 ?C."
N70,,Quad (1015 BtuIT),Unit of heat energy according to the imperial system of units.
N71,,Therm (EC),"Unit of heat energy in commercial use, within the EU defined: 1 thm (EC) = 100 000 BtuIT."
N72,,Therm (U.S.),Unit of heat energy in commercial use.
N73,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per pound,Unit of the heat energy according to the Imperial system of units divided the unit avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois system of units.
N74,,British thermal unit (international table) per hour square foot degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat transition coefficient according to the Imperial system of units.
N75,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per hour square foot degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N76,,British thermal unit (international table) per second square foot degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N77,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per second square foot degree Fahrenheit,Unit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N83,,Metre per degree Celcius metre,SI base unit metre divided by the product of the unit degree Celsius and the SI base unit metre.
N84,,Degree Fahrenheit hour per British thermal unit (international table),Non SI-conforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N85,,Degree Fahrenheit hour per British thermal unit (thermochemical),Non SI-conforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N86,,Degree Fahrenheit second per British thermal unit (international table),Non SI-conforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N87,,Degree Fahrenheit second per British thermal unit (thermochemical),Non SI-conforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N88,,Degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (international table) inch,Unit of specific thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N89,,Degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (thermochemical) inch,Unit of specific thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N94,,Franklin,"CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the electrical charge, where the charge amounts to exactly 1 Fr where the force of 1 dyn on an equal load is performed at a distance of 1 cm."
N96,,Biot,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the electric power which is defined by a force of 2 dyn per cm between two parallel conductors of infinite length with negligible cross-section in the distance of 1 cm.
N97,,Gilbert,"CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the magnetomotive force, which is defined by the work to increase the magnetic potential of a positive common pol with 1 erg."
NQ,NQ,Mho,
NR,NR,Micromho,
ON,ON,Ounce per square yard,
ONZ,OZ,Ounce,
OZA,FO,Fluid ounce (US),
OZI,FZ,Fluid ounce (UK),
P12,,Gamma,Unit of magnetic flow density.
P2,P2,Pound per foot,
P23,,Ohm circular-mil per foot,Unit of resistivity.
P25,,Lumen per square foot,Derived SI unit lumen divided by the power of the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P26,,Phot,"CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of luminance, defined as lumen by square centimetre."
P27,,Footcandle,"Non SI conform traditional unit, defined as density of light which impinges on a surface which has a distance of one foot from a light source, which shines with an intensity of an international candle."
P28,,Candela per square inch,SI base unit candela divided by the power of unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P29,,Footlambert,"Unit of the luminance according to the Anglo-American system of units, defined as emitted or reflected luminance of a lm/ft?."
P30,,Lambert,"CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of luminance, defined as the emitted or reflected luminance by one lumen per square centimetre."
P31,,Stilb,"CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of luminance, defined as emitted or reflected luminance by one lumen per square centimetre."
P32,,Candela per square foot,Base unit SI candela divided by the power of the unit foot according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P35,,Hefner-Kerze,"Obsolete, non-legal unit of the power in Germany relating to DIN 1301-3:1979: 1 HK = 0,903 cd."
P36,,International candle,"Obsolete, non-legal unit of the power in Germany relating to DIN 1301-3:1979: 1 HK = 1,019 cd."
P37,,British thermal unit (international table) per square foot,Unit of the areal-related energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P38,,British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot,Unit of the areal-related energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P39,,Calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetre,Unit of the areal-related energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P40,,Langley,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the areal-related energy transmission (as a measure of the incident quantity of heat of solar radiation on the earth's surface).
P41,,Decade (logarithmic),"1 Dec := log2 10 ? 3,32 according to the logarithm for frequency range between f1 and f2, when f2/f1 = 10."
P44,,Pound mole,Non SI-conforming unit of quantity of a substance relating that one pound mole of a chemical composition corresponds to the same number of pounds as the molecular weight of one molecule of this composition in atomic mass units.
P45,,Pound mole per second,Non SI-conforming unit of the power of the amount of substance non-SI compliant unit of the molar flux relating that a pound mole of a chemical composition the same number of pound corresponds like the molecular weight of a molecule of this composition in atomic mass units.
P46,,Pound mole per minute,Non SI-conforming unit of the power of the amount of substance non-SI compliant unit of the molar flux relating that a pound mole of a chemical composition the same number of pound corresponds like the molecular weight of a molecule of this composition in atomic mass units.
P48,,Pound mole per pound,Non SI-conforming unit of the material molar flux divided by the avoirdupois pound for mass according to the avoirdupois unit system.
P53,,Unit pole,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit for magnetic flux of a magnetic pole (according to the interaction of identical poles of 1 dyn at a distance of a cm).
P65,,Sievert per second,Derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second.
P66,,Millisievert per second,"0,001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second."
P67,,Microsievert per second,"0,000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second."
P68,,Nanosievert per second,"0,000 000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second."
P69,,Rem per second,"Unit for the equivalent tin rate relating to DIN 1301-3:1979: 1 rem/s = 0,01 J/(kg?s) = 1 Sv/s."
P70,,Sievert per hour,Derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour.
P71,,Millisievert per hour,"0,001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour."
P72,,Microsievert per hour,"0,000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour."
P73,,Nanosievert per hour,"0,000 000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour."
P74,,Sievert per minute,Derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute.
P75,,Millisievert per minute,"0,001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute."
P76,,Microsievert per minute,"0,000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute."
P77,,Nanosievert per minute,"0,000 000 001-fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute."
P78,,Reciprocal square inch,Complement of the power of the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P83,,Standard atmosphere per metre,Outdated unit of the pressure divided by the SI base unit metre.
P84,,Technical atmosphere per metre,Obsolete and non-legal unit of the pressure which is generated by a 10 metre water column divided by the SI base unit metre.
P85,,Torr per metre,CGS (Centimetre-Gram-Second system) unit of the pressure divided by the SI base unit metre.
P86,,Psi per inch,Compound unit for pressure (pound-force according to the Anglo-American unit system divided by the power of the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units with the exponent 2) divided by the unit inch according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system of units .
PO,PO,Pound per inch of length,
PS,PS,Pound-force per square inch,
PT,PT,Pint (US),Use liquid pint (common code PTL)
PTD,Q2,Dry pint (US),
PTI,PX,Pint (UK),
PTL,,Liquid pint (US),
QT,QT,Quart (US),Use liquid quart (common code QTL)
QTD,QS,Dry quart (US),
QTI,QU,Quart (UK),
QTL,,Liquid quart (US),
S3,S3,Square foot per second,Synonym: foot squared per second
SMI,,Mile (statute mile),
STI,,Stone (UK),
STN,NS,Ton (US) or short ton (UK/US),Synonym: net ton (2000 lb)
UA,UA,Torr,
WEE,,Week,
X1,,Gunter's chain,A unit of distance used or formerly used by?British surveyors.
YDK,SY,Square yard,
YDQ,CY,Cubic yard,
YRD,YD,Yard,
16,,Hundred fifteen kg drum,
17,,Hundred lb drum,
18,,Fiftyfive gallon (US) drum,
43,43,Super bulk bag,
44,44,Fivehundred kg bulk bag,
45,45,Threehundred kg bulk bag,
46,46,Fifty lb bulk bag,
47,47,Fifty lb bag,
97,97,Ten kg drum,
98,98,Fifteen kg drum,
2W,2W,Bin,
4A,4A,Bobbin,
AM,AM,Ampoule,
AR,AR,Suppository,
AV,AV,Capsule,
AW,AW,Powder filled vial,
BD,B8,Board,
BE,BD,Bundle,
BG,BG,Bag,
BJ,BC,Bucket,
BK,BS,Basket,
BL,BA,Bale,
BO,BO,Bottle,
BR,BI,Bar [unit of packaging],
BT,BM,Bolt,
BX,BX,Box,
CA,CN,Can,
CL,CX,Coil,
CO,CB,Carboy,
CR,CP,Crate,
CU,CU,Cup,
CV,CV,Cover,
CY,CL,Cylinder,
D79,BE,Beam,
D99,SK,Sleeve,
DI,DI,Dispenser,
DR,DR,Drum,
JG,JU,Jug,
JR,JR,Jar,
KG,KE,Keg,
MT,M3,Mat,
PA,,Packet,
PF,PF,Pallet (lift),
PG,PP,Plate,
PK,PK,Pack,
PL,PA,Pail,
PU,TY,Tray / tray pack,
RA,RA,Rack,
RD,RD,Rod,
RG,RG,Ring,
RK,RK,Roll metric measure,
RL,RE,Reel,
RO,RL,Roll,
SA,SJ,Sack,
SL,S9,Slipsheet,
SO,SO,Spool,
SS,SS,Sheet metric measure,
ST,SH,Sheet,
TE,TE,Tote,
TN,,Tin,
TU,TB,Tube,
VI,VI,Vial,
VQ,BN,Bulk,
WR,,Wrap,
Z2,,Chest,
Z3,,Cask,
Z4,,Hogshead,
SET,ST,Set,A unit of count defining the number of sets (set: a number of objects grouped together).
19,19,Tank truck,
30,30,Horse power day per air dry metric ton,
32,32,Kilogram per air dry metric ton,
48,48,Bulk car load,
62,62,Percent per 1000 hour,
93,93,Calorie per gram,
95,95,Twenty thousand gallon (US) tankcar,
96,96,Ten thousand gallon (US) tankcar,
1A,1A,Car mile,
1B,1B,Car count,
1C,1C,Locomotive count,
1D,1D,Caboose count,
1E,1E,Empty car,
1F,1F,Train mile,
1G,1G,Fuel usage gallon (US),
1H,1H,Caboose mile,
1J,1J,Ton mile,
1K,1K,Locomotive mile,
1L,1L,Total car count,
1M,1M,Total car mile,
4E,4E,Twenty pack,
5I,5I,Standard cubic foot,
ACT,,Activity,
C2,C2,Carset,
C4,C4,Carload,
C98,,Reciprocal second per cubic metre,
CH,CH,Container,
D04,,Lot? [unit of weight],
D8,D8,Draize score,
D97,PL,Pallet/unit load,
DAD,,Ten day,
DPC,,Dozen piece,
DPR,DP,Dozen pair,
DRL,,Dozen roll,
DRM,,Drachm (UK),
DZP,,Dozen pack,
E3,E3,Trailer,
EP,EP,Eleven pack,
FE,FE,Track foot,
GC,GC,Gram per 100 gram,
GK,GK,Gram per kilogram,
GW,GW,Gallon per thousand cubic foot,
H21,,Blank,
HBX,HB,Hundred boxes,
HD,HD,Half dozen,
HE,HE,Hundredth of a carat,
IL,IL,Inch per minute,
JB,JB,Jumbo,
KT,KT,Kit,
KTM,DK,Kilometre,
L61,,Pint (US dry),
L62,,Quart (US dry),
MK,MK,Milligram per square inch,
MV,MV,Number of mults,
NB,NB,Barge,
NBB,,Number of bobbins,
NC,NC,Car,
NH,NH,Message hour,
NJ,NJ,Number of screens,
NN,NN,Train,
NPL,,Number of parcels,
NRL,,Number of rolls,
NV,NV,Vehicle,
NY,NY,Pound per air dry metric ton,
OP,OP,Two pack,
P3,P3,Three pack,
P4,P4,Four pack,
P5,P5,Five pack,
P6,P6,Six pack,
P7,P7,Seven pack,
P8,P8,Eight pack,
P9,P9,Nine pack,
PY,PY,Peck dry (US),
PZ,PZ,Peck dry (UK),
QD,QD,Quarter dozen,
R4,R4,Calorie,
RN,RN,Ream metric measure,
SK,SL,Split tank truck,
SST,,Short standard (7200 matches),
TC,TC,Truckload,
TK,TK,"Tank, rectangular",
TP,TP,Ten pack,
TY,,"Tank, cylindrical",
UF,UF,Usage per telecommunication line average,
Z1,Z1,Lift van,
Z6,,Conference point,
24,,theoretical pound,A unit of mass defining the expected mass of material expressed as the number of pounds.
27,,theoretical ton,"A unit of mass defining the expected mass of material, expressed as the number of tons."
58,,net kilogram,A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms after deductions.
2G,,volt AC,A unit of electric potential in relation to alternating current (AC).
2H,,volt DC,A unit of electric potential in relation to direct current (DC).
B3,,batting pound,A unit of mass defining the number of pounds of wadded fibre.
B82,,inch per linear foot,A unit of length defining the number of inches per linear foot.
C79,,kilovolt ampere hour,A unit of accumulated energy of 1000 volt amperes over a period of one hour.
CTG,,content gram,A unit of mass defining the number of grams of a named item in a product.
CTN,,content ton (metric),A unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a named item in a product.
D03,,kilowatt hour per hour,A unit of accumulated energy of a thousand watts over a period of one hour.
D78,,megajoule per second,A unit of accumulated energy equal to one million joules per second.
DB,,dry pound,"A unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
DMO,,standard kilolitre,"A unit of volume defining the number of kilolitres of a product at a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, especially in relation to hydrocarbon oils."
DT,,dry ton,"A unit of mass defining the number of tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
E07,,megawatt hour per hour,A unit of accumulated energy of a million watts over a period of one hour.
E08,,megawatt per hertz,A unit of energy expressed as the load change in million watts that will cause a frequency shift of one hertz.
E16,,million Btu(IT) per hour,A unit of power equal to one million British thermal units per hour.
E17,,cubic foot per second,A unit of volume equal to one cubic foot passing a given point in a period of one second.
E19,,ping,A unit of area equal to 3.3 square metres.
E28,,air dry ton,"A unit of mass defining the number of tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
E31,,square metre per litre,A unit of count defining the number of square metres per litre.
E32,,litre per hour,A unit of count defining the number of litres per hour.
E33,,foot per thousand,A unit of count defining the number of feet per thousand units.
E4,,gross kilogram,A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms before deductions.
E46,,kilowatt hour per cubic metre,A unit of energy consumption expressed as kilowatt hour per cubic metre.
E47,,kilowatt hour per kelvin,A unit of energy consumption expressed as kilowatt hour per kelvin.
E90,,reciprocal centimetre,
E91,,reciprocal day,
EQ,,equivalent gallon,A unit of volume defining the number of gallons of product produced from concentrate.
FBM,,fibre metre,A unit of length defining the number of metres of individual fibre.
FL,,flake ton,A unit of mass defining the number of tons of a flaked substance (flake: a small flattish fragment).
GDW,,"gram, dry weight","A unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
GFI,,gram of fissile isotope,A unit of mass defining the number of grams of a fissile isotope (fissile isotope: an isotope whose nucleus is able to be split when irradiated with low energy neutrons).
GIC,,"gram, including container","A unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, including its container."
GIP,,"gram, including inner packaging","A unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, including its inner packaging materials."
HDW,,"hundred kilogram, dry weight","A unit of mass defining the number of hundred kilograms of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
HKM,,"hundred kilogram, net mass","A unit of mass defining the number of hundred kilograms of a product, after deductions."
HPA,,hectolitre of pure alcohol,A unit of volume equal to one hundred litres of pure alcohol.
JPS,,hundred metre,A unit of count defining the number of 100 metre lengths.
KCC,,kilogram of choline chloride,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of choline chloride.
KDW,,kilogram drained net weight,"A unit of mass defining the net number of kilograms of a product, disregarding the liquid content of the product."
KHY,,kilogram of hydrogen peroxide,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of hydrogen peroxide.
KI,,kilogram per millimetre width,
KIC,,"kilogram, including container","A unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including its container."
KIP,,"kilogram, including inner packaging","A unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including its inner packaging materials."
KMA,,kilogram of methylamine,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of methylamine.
KNI,,kilogram of nitrogen,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of nitrogen.
KNS,,kilogram named substance,A unit of mass equal to one kilogram of a named substance.
KPH,,kilogram of potassium hydroxide (caustic potash),A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of potassium hydroxide (caustic potash).
KPO,,kilogram of potassium oxide,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of potassium oxide.
KPP,,kilogram of phosphorus pentoxide (phosphoric anhydride),A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of phosphorus pentoxide phosphoric anhydride.
KSD,,kilogram of substance 90 % dry,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of a named substance that is 90% dry.
KSH,,kilogram of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda),A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda).
KUR,,kilogram of uranium,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of uranium.
KWO,,kilogram of tungsten trioxide,A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of tungsten trioxide.
LF,LF,linear foot,A unit of count defining the number of feet (12-inch) in length of a uniform width object.
LH,,labour hour,A unit of time defining the number of labour hours.
LM,,linear metre,A unit of count defining the number of metres in length of a uniform width object.
LP,,liquid pound,A unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a liquid substance.
LPA,,litre of pure alcohol,A unit of volume equal to one litre of pure alcohol.
LUB,,"metric ton, lubricating oil",A unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of lubricating oil.
LY,,linear yard,A unit of count defining the number of 36-inch units in length of a uniform width object.
MAH,,megavolt ampere reactive hour,A unit of electrical reactive power defining the total amount of reactive power across a power system.
MD,,air dry metric ton,"A unit of count defining the number of metric tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
MND,,"kilogram, dry weight","A unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, disregarding the water content of the product."
ODE,,ozone depletion equivalent,"A unit of mass defining the ozone depletion potential in kilograms of a product relative to the calculated depletion for the reference substance, Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11)."
OT,,overtime hour,A unit of time defining the number of overtime hours.
PFL,,proof litre,"A unit of volume equal to one litre of proof spirits, or the alcohol equivalent thereof. Used for measuring the strength of distilled alcoholic liquors, expressed as a percentage of the alcohol content of a standard mixture at a specific temperature."
PGL,,proof gallon,"A unit of volume equal to one gallon of proof spirits, or the alcohol equivalent thereof. Used for measuring the strength of distilled alcoholic liquors, expressed as a percentage of the alcohol content of a standard mixture at a specific temperature."
RH,,running or operating hour,A unit of time defining the number of hours of operation.
SQR,,"square, roofing","A unit of count defining the number of squares of roofing materials, measured in multiples of 100 square feet."
STL,,standard litre,"A unit of volume defining the number of litres of a product at a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, especially in relation to hydrocarbon oils."
TIC,,"metric ton, including container","A unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a product, including its container."
TIP,,"metric ton, including inner packaging","A unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a product, including its inner packaging materials."
W2,,wet kilo,"A unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including the water content of the product."
WB,,wet pound,"A unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a material, including the water content of the material."
WE,,wet ton,"A unit of mass defining the number of tons of a material, including the water content of the material."
WG,,wine gallon,A unit of volume equal to 231 cubic inches.
WM,,working month,A unit of time defining the number of working months.
CG,CG,card,A unit of count defining the number of units of card (card: thick stiff paper or cardboard).
DS,DS,display,
HH,HH,hundred cubic foot,A unit of volume equal to one hundred cubic foot.
D66,CS,cassette,
10,10,Group,A unit of count defining the number of groups (group: set of items classified together).
11,11,Outfit,A unit of count defining the number of outfits (outfit: a complete set of equipment / materials / objects used for a specific purpose).
13,13,Ration,A unit of count defining the number of rations (ration: a single portion of provisions).
14,14,Shot,"A unit of liquid measure, especially related to spirits."
15,15,"Stick, military",A unit of count defining the number of military sticks (military stick: bombs or paratroops released in rapid succession from an aircraft).
38,38,"Ounce per square foot per 0,01inch",
56,56,Sitas,A unit of area for tin plate equal to a surface area of 100 square metres.
57,57,Mesh,A unit of count defining the number of strands per inch as a measure of the fineness of a woven product.
1I,1I,Fixed rate,A unit of quantity expressed as a predetermined or set rate for usage of a facility or service.
3C,3C,Manmonth,A unit of count defining the number of months for a person or persons to perform an undertaking.
5B,5B,Batch,A unit of count defining the number of batches (batch: quantity of material produced in one operation or number of animals or persons coming at once).
5E,,MMSCF/day,A unit of volume equal to one million (1000000) cubic feet of gas per day.
A59,,8-part cloud cover,A unit of count defining the number of eighth-parts as a measure of the celestial dome cloud coverage.
"Synonym: OKTA , OCTA",,,
A9,,Rate,A unit of quantity expressed as a rate for usage of a facility or service.
AA,AA,Ball,A unit of count defining the number of balls (ball: object formed in the shape of sphere).
AB,AB,Bulk pack,A unit of count defining the number of items per bulk pack.
AQ,AQ,Anti-hemophilic factor (AHF) unit,A unit of measure for blood potency (US).
AS,AS,Assortment,A unit of count defining the number of assortments (assortment: set of items grouped in a mixed collection).
AY,AY,Assembly,A unit of count defining the number of assemblies (assembly: items that consist of component parts).
B17,,Credit,A unit of count defining the number of entries made to the credit side of an account.
B7,B7,Cycle,A unit of count defining the number of cycles (cycle: a recurrent period of definite duration).
C9,C9,Coil group,A unit of count defining the number of coil groups (coil group: groups of items arranged by lengths of those items placed in a joined sequence of concentric circles).
D23,N4,Pen gram (protein),A unit of count defining the number of grams of amino acid prescribed for parenteral/enteral therapy.
D63,BK,Book,A unit of count defining the number of books (book: set of items bound together or written document of a material whole).
D65,RO,Round,A unit of count defining the number of rounds (round: A circular or cylindrical object).
E12,,Mille,A unit of count defining the number of cigarettes in units of 1000.
E25,,Active unit,A unit of count defining the number of active units within a substance.
E27,,Dose,A unit of count defining the number of doses (dose: a definite quantity of a medicine or drug).
EB,EB,Electronic mail box,A unit of count defining the number of electronic mail boxes.
HA,HA,Hank,"A unit of length, typically for yarn."
IE,IE,Person,A unit of count defining the number of persons.
KA,KA,Cake,"A unit of count defining the number of cakes (cake: object shaped into a flat, compact mass)."
KB,KB,Kilocharacter,A unit of information equal to 10? (1000) characters.
KO,KO,Milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of product,A unit of count defining the number of milligrams of potassium hydroxide per gram of product as a measure of the concentration of potassium hydroxide in the product.
LK,LK,Link,A unit of distance equal to 0.01 chain.
LN,LN,Length,A unit of distance defining the linear extent of an item measured from end to end.
LO,LO,Lot [unit of procurement],A unit of count defining the number of lots (lot: a collection of associated items).
LR,LR,Layer,A unit of count defining the number of layers.
LS,LS,Lump sum,A unit of count defining the number of whole or a complete monetary amounts.
M4,M4,Monetary value,A unit of measure expressed as a monetary amount.
M9,M9,Million Btu per 1000 cubic foot,
N1,N1,Pen calorie,A unit of count defining the number of calories prescribed daily for parenteral/enteral therapy.
NF,NF,Message,A unit of count defining the number of messages.
OA,OA,Panel,"A unit of count defining the number of panels (panel: a distinct, usually rectangular, section of a surface)."
PD,PD,Pad,A unit of count defining the number of pads (pad: block of paper sheets fastened together at one end).
Q3,Q3,Meal,A unit of count defining the number of meals (meal: an amount of food to be eaten on a single occasion).
ROM,,Room,A unit of count defining the number of rooms.
SG,SG,Segment,A unit of information equal to 64000 bytes.
SQ,SQ,Square,A unit of count defining the number of squares (square: rectangular shape).
SR,SR,Strip,A unit of count defining the number of strips (strip: long narrow piece of an object).
STC,,Stick,A unit of count defining the number of sticks (stick: slender and often cylindrical piece of a substance).
STK,,"Stick, cigarette",A unit of count defining the number of cigarettes in the smallest unit for stock-taking and/or duty computation.
STW,,Straw,A unit of count defining the number of straws (straw: a slender tube used for sucking up liquids).
SW,SW,Skein,A unit of count defining the number of skeins (skein: a loosely-coiled bundle of yarn or thread).
SYR,SZ,Syringe,"A unit of count defining the number of syringes (syringe: a small device for pumping, spraying and/or injecting liquids through a small aperture)."
TST,,Ten set,A unit of count defining the number of sets in multiples of 10 (set: a number of objects grouped together).
TTS,,Ten thousand sticks,A unit of count defining the number of sticks in multiples of 10000 (stick: slender and often cylindrical piece of a substance).
U1,U1,Treatment,"A unit of count defining the number of treatments (treatment: subjection to the action of a chemical, physical or biological agent)."
U2,U2,Tablet,A unit of count defining the number of tablets (tablet: a small flat or compressed solid object).
VA,VA,Volt - ampere per kilogram,
WA,WA,Watt per kilogram,
Z11,,Hanging container,A unit of count defining the number of hanging containers.
ZZ,ZZ,Mutually defined,A unit of measure as agreed in common between two or more parties.