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CONVERSION TABLE : WEIGHTS

Medidas españolas y valores ingleses - Spanish units and English values .

  • 1 gramo = 15,4323 grains troy
  • 1 gramo = 0,6430 pennyweight
  • 1 gramo = 0,032 ounce troy
  • 1 kilogramo = 2,205 pounds (avoirdupois)
  • 1 quintal= 220,5 99 pounds (avoirdupois)
  • 1 tonelada = 2205 19 pounds (avoirdupois)

Medidas inglesas y valores españoles - Spanish units and English values

  • 1 pennyweight = 1,5551 gramos
  • 1 ounce (troy) = 31,1034 gramos
  • 1 ounce (avoirdupois) = 28,3495 gramos
  • 1 pound (avoirdupois) = 453,5926 gramos
  • 1 stone (28 pounds) = 6,350 kilos
  • 1 quarter (28 pounds) = 12,7 kilos
  • 1 hundredweight (cwt) = 50,802 kilos
  • 1 ton (20 cwt) = 1016,048 kilos

Nota.(Español )- Las medidas en "Troy weight" sólo se utilizan para metales preciosos y en farmacia.

Las medidas en "Avoirdupois" son las medidas usuales. Para el oro y la plata se cuenta por onzas (oz) de 31,103496 g, "deniers" (dwt) de 1,55 g y "grains" de 0,0647 g. (grn).

El mercurio es generalmente evaluado en botellas ( "flasks", "bottles") de 34,65 kilos.

Además de la tonelada de 1016 kilos (2240 pounds), existe una tonelada de 907 kilos (2000 pounds), llamada tonelada corta "short ton" poco utilizada en Inglaterra, pero de empleo general en los Estados Unidos donde sirve para expresar pesos de carbón. Para las restantes masas pesadas (locomotoras, por ejemplo), los pesos son expresados generalmente en "livres" y no en toneladas.

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Note.(English ) - The measurements in "Troy weight" are only used for precious metals and in pharmacy.

The measurement in "Avoirdupois" are the usual measures. For the gold and the silver it is counted by ounces (oz) of 31.103496 g, "deniers" (dwt) of 1.55 g and "grains" of 0.0647 g (grn).

Mercury generally is evaluated in bottles ("flasks ", "bottles") of 34.65 kilos. In addition to the ton of 1016 kilos (2240 pounds), one ton of 907 kilos exists (2000 pounds), called "short ton" little used in England, but in general use in the United States where it serves to express weights of coal. For the remaining heavy masses (locomotive, for example), the weights are expressed generally in "livres" and not in tons.

 

 

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