sábado, 23 de julio de 2011

Tons

There are several similar units of mass or volume called the ton:
Full name(s) Common name Quantity Notes
long ton,[4] weight ton, gross ton "ton" (UK) 2,240 lb (1,016.047 kg) Used in countries such as the United Kingdom that formerly used the Imperial system
short ton,[5] net ton "ton" (US) 2,000 lb (907.1847 kg) Used in North America
tonne[6] "metric ton" (mainly US) 1,000 kg (2,204.623 lb) Defined in the International System of Units. In the UK, Canada, Australia, and other areas that had used the Imperial system, the tonne is the form of ton legal in trade. Less than 2% different from the long ton.
ton shortweight
2240 lb Used in the iron industry in the 17th and 18th centuries.
ton longweight
2400 lb Used in the iron industry in the 17th and 18th centuries.



The tonne (unit symbol t) or metric ton (U.S.),[1] often written pleonastically as metric tonne, is a unit of mass equal to 1,000 kg (2,204.62 lb) (103 kilograms) which is almost exactly the mass of one cubic metre of water at four degrees Celsius. It is sometimes abbreviated to mt in the United States,[2] although this conflicts with other SI symbols.
 


Tabla de referencia rapida

Toneladas Kilogramos
11000
22000
33000
44000
55000
66000
77000
88000
99000
1010000
1515000
2020000
2525000
3030000
3535000
4040000
4545000
5050000
6060000
7070000
8080000
9090000
100100000
150150000
200200000
250250000
500500000
10001000000
Kilogramos Toneladas
10001
20002
30003
40004
50005
60006
70007
80008
90009
1000010
1500015
2000020
2500025
3000030
3500035
4000040
4500045
5000050
6000060
7000070
8000080
9000090
100000100
150000150
200000200
250000250
500000500
10000001000

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