Recommandation 20, including Recommondation 21 codes  prefixed with X (UN/ECE)
 Identifier
 UNECERec20
 Agency
 UN/ECE
 Version
 Revision 11e
 Usage

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 Codes

10
groupA unit of count defining the number of groups (group: set of items classified together).
11
outfitA unit of count defining the number of outfits (outfit: a complete set of equipment / materials / objects used for a specific purpose).
13
rationA unit of count defining the number of rations (ration: a single portion of provisions).
14
shotA unit of liquid measure, especially related to spirits.
15
stick, militaryA unit of count defining the number of military sticks (military stick: bombs or paratroops released in rapid succession from an aircraft).
20
twenty foot containerA unit of count defining the number of shipping containers that measure 20 foot in length.
21
forty foot containerA unit of count defining the number of shipping containers that measure 40 foot in length.
22
decilitre per gram
23
gram per cubic centimetre
24
theoretical poundA unit of mass defining the expected mass of material expressed as the number of pounds.
25
gram per square centimetre
27
theoretical tonA unit of mass defining the expected mass of material, expressed as the number of tons.
28
kilogram per square metre
33
kilopascal square metre per gram
34
kilopascal per millimetre
35
millilitre per square centimetre second
37
ounce per square foot
38
ounce per square foot per 0,01inch
40
millilitre per second
41
millilitre per minute
56
sitasA unit of area for tin plate equal to a surface area of 100 square metres.
57
meshA unit of count defining the number of strands per inch as a measure of the fineness of a woven product.
58
net kilogramA unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms after deductions.
59
part per millionA unit of proportion equal to 10⁻⁶.
60
percent weightA unit of proportion equal to 10⁻².
61
part per billion (US)A unit of proportion equal to 10⁻⁹.
74
millipascal
77
milliinch
80
pound per square inch absolute
81
henry
85
foot poundforce
87
pound per cubic foot
89
poise
91
stokes
1I
fixed rateA unit of quantity expressed as a predetermined or set rate for usage of a facility or service.
2A
radian per secondRefer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
2B
radian per second squaredRefer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
2C
roentgen
2G
volt ACA unit of electric potential in relation to alternating current (AC).
2H
volt DCA unit of electric potential in relation to direct current (DC).
2I
British thermal unit (international table) per hour
2J
cubic centimetre per second
2K
cubic foot per hour
2L
cubic foot per minute
2M
centimetre per second
2N
decibel
2P
kilobyteA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) bytes.
2Q
kilobecquerel
2R
kilocurie
2U
megagram
2X
metre per minute
2Y
milliroentgen
2Z
millivolt
3B
megajoule
3C
manmonthA unit of count defining the number of months for a person or persons to perform an undertaking.
4C
centistokes
4G
microlitre
4H
micrometre (micron)
4K
milliampere
4L
megabyteA unit of information equal to 10⁶ (1000000) bytes.
4M
milligram per hour
4N
megabecquerel
4O
microfarad
4P
newton per metre
4Q
ounce inch
4R
ounce foot
4T
picofarad
4U
pound per hour
4W
ton (US) per hour
4X
kilolitre per hour
5A
barrel (US) per minute
5B
batchA 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/dayA unit of volume equal to one million (1000000) cubic feet of gas per day.
5J
hydraulic horse powerA unit of power defining the hydraulic horse power delivered by a fluid pump depending on the viscosity of the fluid.
A10
ampere square metre per joule second
A11
angstrom
A12
astronomical unit
A13
attojoule
A14
barn
A15
barn per electronvolt
A16
barn per steradian electronvolt
A17
barn per steradian
A18
becquerel per kilogram
A19
becquerel per cubic metre
A2
ampere per centimetre
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
A24
candela per square metre
A26
coulomb metre
A27
coulomb metre squared per volt
A28
coulomb per cubic centimetre
A29
coulomb per cubic metre
A3
ampere per millimetre
A30
coulomb per cubic millimetre
A31
coulomb per kilogram second
A32
coulomb per mole
A33
coulomb per square centimetre
A34
coulomb per square metre
A35
coulomb per square millimetre
A36
cubic centimetre per mole
A37
cubic decimetre per mole
A38
cubic metre per coulomb
A39
cubic metre per kilogram
A4
ampere per square centimetre
A40
cubic metre per mole
A41
ampere per square metre
A42
curie per kilogram
A43
deadweight tonnageA 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.
A44
decalitre
A45
decametre
A47
decitexA unit of yarn density. One decitex equals a mass of 1 gram per 10 kilometres of length.
A48
degree RankineRefer ISO 800005 (Quantities and units — Part 5: Thermodynamics)
A49
denierA unit of yarn density. One denier equals a mass of 1 gram per 9 kilometres of length.
A5
ampere square metre
A53
electronvolt
A54
electronvolt per metre
A55
electronvolt square metre
A56
electronvolt square metre per kilogram
A59
8part cloud coverA unit of count defining the number of eighthparts as a measure of the celestial dome cloud coverage. Synonym: OKTA , OCTA
A6
ampere per square metre kelvin squared
A68
exajoule
A69
farad per metre
A7
ampere per square millimetre
A70
femtojoule
A71
femtometre
A73
foot per second squared
A74
foot poundforce per second
A75
freight tonA 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.
A76
gal
A8
ampere second
A84
gigacoulomb per cubic metre
A85
gigaelectronvolt
A86
gigahertz
A87
gigaohm
A88
gigaohm metre
A89
gigapascal
A9
rateA unit of quantity expressed as a rate for usage of a facility or service.
A90
gigawatt
A91
gonSynonym: grade
A93
gram per cubic metre
A94
gram per mole
A95
gray
A96
gray per second
A97
hectopascal
A98
henry per metre
A99
bitA unit of information equal to one binary digit.
AA
ballA unit of count defining the number of balls (ball: object formed in the shape of sphere).
AB
bulk packA unit of count defining the number of items per bulk pack.
ACR
acre
ACT
activityA unit of count defining the number of activities (activity: a unit of work or action).
AD
byteA unit of information equal to 8 bits.
AE
ampere per metre
AH
additional minuteA unit of time defining the number of minutes in addition to the referenced minutes.
AI
average minute per callA unit of count defining the number of minutes for the average interval of a call.
AK
fathom
AL
access lineA unit of count defining the number of telephone access lines.
AMH
ampere hourA unit of electric charge defining the amount of charge accumulated by a steady flow of one ampere for one hour.
AMP
ampere
ANN
yearUnit of time equal to 365,25 days. Synonym: Julian year
APZ
troy ounce or apothecary ounce
AQ
antihemophilic factor (AHF) unitA unit of measure for blood potency (US).
AS
assortmentA unit of count defining the number of assortments (assortment: set of items grouped in a mixed collection).
ASM
alcoholic strength by massA unit of mass defining the alcoholic strength of a liquid.
ASU
alcoholic strength by volumeA unit of volume defining the alcoholic strength of a liquid (e.g. spirit, wine, beer, etc), often at a specific temperature.
ATM
standard atmosphere
AWG
american wire gaugeA unit of distance used for measuring the diameter of small tubes or wires such as the outer diameter of hypotermic or suture needles.
AY
assemblyA unit of count defining the number of assemblies (assembly: items that consist of component parts).
AZ
British thermal unit (international table) per pound
B1
barrel (US) per day
B10
bit per secondA unit of information equal to one binary digit per second.
B11
joule per kilogram kelvin
B12
joule per metre
B13
joule per square metreSynonym: joule per metre squared
B14
joule per metre to the fourth power
B15
joule per mole
B16
joule per mole kelvin
B17
creditA unit of count defining the number of entries made to the credit side of an account.
B18
joule second
B19
digitA unit of information defining the quantity of numerals used to form a number.
B20
joule square metre per kilogram
B21
kelvin per watt
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
B3
batting poundA unit of mass defining the number of pounds of wadded fibre.
B30
gibibitA unit of information equal to 2³⁰ bits (binary digits).
B31
kilogram metre per second
B32
kilogram metre squared
B33
kilogram metre squared per second
B34
kilogram per cubic decimetre
B35
kilogram per litre
B4
barrel, imperialA unit of volume used to measure beer. One beer barrel equals 36 imperial gallons.
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
B57
light yearA unit of length defining the distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year.
B58
litre per mole
B59
lumen hour
B60
lumen per square metre
B61
lumen per watt
B62
lumen second
B63
lux hour
B64
lux second
B66
megaampere per square metre
B67
megabecquerel per kilogram
B68
gigabitA unit of information equal to 10⁹ bits (binary digits).
B69
megacoulomb per cubic metre
B7
cycleA unit of count defining the number of cycles (cycle: a recurrent period of definite duration).
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
B8
joule per cubic metre
B80
gigabit per secondA unit of information equal to 10⁹ bits (binary digits) per second.
B81
reciprocal metre squared reciprocal second
B82
inch per linear footA unit of length defining the number of inches per linear foot.
B83
metre to the fourth power
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
BAR
bar [unit of pressure]
BB
base boxA 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
board footA unit of volume defining the number of cords (cord: a stack of firewood of 128 cubic feet).
BHP
brake horse power
BIL
billion (EUR)Synonym: trillion (US)
BLD
dry barrel (US)
BLL
barrel (US)
BP
hundred board footA unit of volume equal to one hundred board foot.
BPM
beats per minuteThe number of beats per minute.
BQL
becquerel
BTU
British thermal unit (international table)
BUA
bushel (US)
BUI
bushel (UK)
C0
callA unit of count defining the number of calls (call: communication session or visitation).
C10
millifarad
C11
milligal
C12
milligram per metre
C13
milligray
C14
millihenry
C15
millijoule
C16
millimetre per second
C17
millimetre squared per second
C18
millimole
C19
mole per kilogram
C20
millinewton
C21
kibibitA unit of information equal to 2¹⁰ (1024) bits (binary digits).
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
C34
mole
C35
mole per cubic decimetre
C36
mole per cubic metre
C37
kilobitA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) bits (binary digits).
C38
mole per litre
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
C50
neper
C51
neper per second
C52
picometre
C53
newton metre second
C54
newton metre squared per kilogram squared
C55
newton per square metre
C56
newton per square millimetre
C57
newton second
C58
newton second per metre
C59
octaveA unit used in music to describe the ratio in frequency between notes.
C60
ohm centimetre
C61
ohm metre
C62
oneSynonym: unit
C63
parsec
C64
pascal per kelvin
C65
pascal second
C66
pascal second per cubic metre
C67
pascal second per metre
C68
petajoule
C69
phonA 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.
C7
centipoise
C70
picoampere
C71
picocoulomb
C72
picofarad per metre
C73
picohenry
C74
kilobit per secondA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) bits (binary digits) per second.
C75
picowatt
C76
picowatt per square metre
C78
poundforce
C79
kilovolt ampere hourA unit of accumulated energy of 1000 volt amperes over a period of one hour.
C8
millicoulomb per kilogram
C80
rad
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 secondSynonym: reciprocal second per cubic metre
C88
reciprocal electron volt per cubic metre
C89
reciprocal henry
C9
coil groupA 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).
C90
reciprocal joule per cubic metre
C91
reciprocal kelvin or kelvin to the power minus one
C92
reciprocal metre
C93
reciprocal square metreSynonym: reciprocal metre squared
C94
reciprocal minute
C95
reciprocal mole
C96
reciprocal pascal or pascal to the power minus one
C97
reciprocal second
C99
reciprocal second per metre squared
CCT
carrying capacity in metric tonA unit of mass defining the carrying capacity, expressed as the number of metric tons.
CDL
candela
CEL
degree CelsiusRefer ISO 800005 (Quantities and units — Part 5: Thermodynamics)
CEN
hundredA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 100.
CG
cardA unit of count defining the number of units of card (card: thick stiff paper or cardboard).
CGM
centigram
CKG
coulomb per kilogram
CLF
hundred leaveA unit of count defining the number of leaves, expressed in units of one hundred leaves.
CLT
centilitre
CMK
square centimetre
CMQ
cubic centimetre
CMT
centimetre
CNP
hundred packA unit of count defining the number of hundredpacks (hundredpack: set of one hundred items packaged together).
CNT
cental (UK)A unit of mass equal to one hundred weight (US).
COU
coulomb
CTG
content gramA unit of mass defining the number of grams of a named item in a product.
CTM
metric carat
CTN
content ton (metric)A unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a named item in a product.
CUR
curie
CWA
hundred pound (cwt) / hundred weight (US)
CWI
hundred weight (UK)
D03
kilowatt hour per hourA unit of accumulated energy of a thousand watts over a period of one hour.
D04
lot [unit of weight]A unit of weight equal to about 1/2 ounce or 15 grams.
D1
reciprocal second per steradian
D10
siemens per metre
D11
mebibitA unit of information equal to 2²⁰ (1048576) bits (binary digits).
D12
siemens square metre per mole
D13
sievert
D15
soneA unit of subjective sound loudness. One sone is the loudness of a pure tone of frequency one kilohertz and strength 40 decibels.
D16
square centimetre per erg
D17
square centimetre per steradian erg
D18
metre kelvin
D19
square metre kelvin per watt
D2
reciprocal second per steradian metre squared
D20
square metre per joule
D21
square metre per kilogram
D22
square metre per mole
D23
pen gram (protein)A unit of count defining the number of grams of amino acid prescribed for parenteral/enteral therapy.
D24
square metre per steradian
D25
square metre per steradian joule
D26
square metre per volt second
D27
steradian
D29
terahertz
D30
terajoule
D31
terawatt
D32
terawatt hour
D33
tesla
D34
texA unit of yarn density. One decitex equals a mass of 1 gram per 1 kilometre of length.
D36
megabitA unit of information equal to 10⁶ (1000000) bits (binary digits).
D41
tonne per cubic metre
D42
tropical year
D43
unified atomic mass unit
D44
varThe name of the unit is an acronym for voltamperereactive.
D45
volt squared per kelvin squared
D46
volt  ampere
D47
volt per centimetre
D48
volt per kelvin
D49
millivolt per kelvin
D5
kilogram per square centimetre
D50
volt per metre
D51
volt per millimetre
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
D6
roentgen per second
D60
weber per millimetre
D61
minute [unit of angle]
D62
second [unit of angle]
D63
bookA unit of count defining the number of books (book: set of items bound together or written document of a material whole).
D65
roundA unit of count defining the number of rounds (round: A circular or cylindrical object).
D68
number of wordsA unit of count defining the number of words.
D69
inch to the fourth power
D73
joule square metre
D74
kilogram per mole
D77
megacoulomb
D78
megajoule per secondA unit of accumulated energy equal to one million joules per second.
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
D91
rem
D93
second per cubic metre
D94
second per cubic metre radian
D95
joule per gram
DAA
decare
DAD
ten dayA unit of time defining the number of days in multiples of 10.
DAY
day
DB
dry poundA unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
DD
degree [unit of angle]
DEC
decadeA unit of count defining the number of decades (decade: quantity equal to 10 or time equal to 10 years).
DG
decigram
DJ
decagram
DLT
decilitre
DMA
cubic decametre
DMK
square decimetre
DMO
standard kilolitreA unit of volume defining the number of kilolitres of a product at a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, especially in relation to hydrocarbon oils.
DMQ
cubic decimetre
DMT
decimetre
DN
decinewton metre
DPC
dozen pieceA unit of count defining the number of pieces in multiples of 12 (piece: a single item, article or exemplar).
DPR
dozen pairA unit of count defining the number of pairs in multiples of 12 (pair: item described by two's).
DPT
displacement tonnageA unit of mass defining the volume of sea water a ship displaces, expressed as the number of tons.
DRA
dram (US)Synonym: drachm (UK), troy dram
DRI
dram (UK)Synonym: avoirdupois dram
DRL
dozen rollA unit of count defining the number of rolls, expressed in twelve roll units.
DT
dry tonA unit of mass defining the number of tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
DTN
decitonneSynonym: centner, metric 100 kg; quintal, metric 100 kg
DWT
pennyweight
DZN
dozenA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 12.
DZP
dozen packA unit of count defining the number of packs in multiples of 12 (pack: standard packaging unit).
E01
newton per square centimetreA measure of pressure expressed in newtons per square centimetre.
E07
megawatt hour per hourA unit of accumulated energy of a million watts over a period of one hour.
E08
megawatt per hertzA unit of energy expressed as the load change in million watts that will cause a frequency shift of one hertz.
E09
milliampere hourA unit of power load delivered at the rate of one thousandth of an ampere over a period of one hour.
E10
degree dayA unit of measure used in meteorology and engineering to measure the demand for heating or cooling over a given period of days.
E12
milleA unit of count defining the number of cigarettes in units of 1000.
E14
kilocalorie (international table)A unit of heat energy equal to one thousand calories.
E15
kilocalorie (thermochemical) per hourA unit of energy equal to one thousand calories per hour.
E16
million Btu(IT) per hourA unit of power equal to one million British thermal units per hour.
E17
cubic foot per secondA unit of volume equal to one cubic foot passing a given point in a period of one second.
E18
tonne per hourA unit of weight or mass equal to one tonne per hour.
E19
pingA unit of area equal to 3.3 square metres.
E20
megabit per secondA unit of information equal to 10⁶ (1000000) bits (binary digits) per second.
E21
sharesA 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).
E22
TEUA unit of count defining the number of twentyfoot equivalent units (TEUs) as a measure of containerized cargo capacity.
E23
tyreA unit of count defining the number of tyres (a solid or airfilled covering placed around a wheel rim to form a soft contact with the road, absorb shock and provide traction).
E25
active unitA unit of count defining the number of active units within a substance.
E27
doseA unit of count defining the number of doses (dose: a definite quantity of a medicine or drug).
E28
air dry tonA unit of mass defining the number of tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
E30
strandA 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).
E31
square metre per litreA unit of count defining the number of square metres per litre.
E32
litre per hourA unit of count defining the number of litres per hour.
E33
foot per thousandA unit of count defining the number of feet per thousand units.
E34
gigabyteA unit of information equal to 10⁹ bytes.
E35
terabyteA unit of information equal to 10¹² bytes.
E36
petabyteA unit of information equal to 10¹⁵ bytes.
E37
pixelA unit of count defining the number of pixels (pixel: picture element).
E38
megapixelA unit of count equal to 10⁶ (1000000) pixels (picture elements).
E39
dots per inchA unit of information defining the number of dots per linear inch as a measure of the resolution or sharpness of a graphic image.
E4
gross kilogramA unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms before deductions.
E40
part per hundred thousandA unit of proportion equal to 10⁻⁵.
E41
kilogramforce per square millimetreA unit of pressure defining the number of kilograms force per square millimetre.
E42
kilogramforce per square centimetreA unit of pressure defining the number of kilograms force per square centimetre.
E43
joule per square centimetreA unit of energy defining the number of joules per square centimetre.
E44
kilogramforce metre per square centimetreA unit of torsion defining the torque kilogramforce metre per square centimetre.
E45
milliohm
E46
kilowatt hour per cubic metreA unit of energy consumption expressed as kilowatt hour per cubic metre.
E47
kilowatt hour per kelvinA unit of energy consumption expressed as kilowatt hour per kelvin.
E48
service unitA unit of count defining the number of service units (service unit: defined period / property / facility / utility of supply).
E49
working dayA unit of count defining the number of working days (working day: a day on which work is ordinarily performed).
E50
accounting unitA unit of count defining the number of accounting units.
E51
jobA unit of count defining the number of jobs.
E52
run footA unit of count defining the number feet per run.
E53
testA unit of count defining the number of tests.
E54
tripA unit of count defining the number of trips.
E55
useA unit of count defining the number of times an object is used.
E56
wellA unit of count defining the number of wells.
E57
zoneA unit of count defining the number of zones.
E58
exabit per secondA unit of information equal to 10¹⁸ bits (binary digits) per second.
E59
exbibyteA unit of information equal to 2⁶⁰ bytes.
E60
pebibyteA unit of information equal to 2⁵⁰ bytes.
E61
tebibyteA unit of information equal to 2⁴⁰ bytes.
E62
gibibyteA unit of information equal to 2³⁰ bytes.
E63
mebibyteA unit of information equal to 2²⁰ bytes.
E64
kibibyteA unit of information equal to 2¹⁰ bytes.
E65
exbibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2⁶⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E66
exbibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2⁶⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E67
exbibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2⁶⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E68
gigabyte per secondA unit of information equal to 10⁹ bytes per second.
E69
gibibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2³⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E70
gibibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2³⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E71
gibibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2³⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E72
kibibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2¹⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E73
kibibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2¹⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E74
kibibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2¹⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E75
mebibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2²⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E76
mebibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2²⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E77
mebibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2²⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E78
petabitA unit of information equal to 10¹⁵ bits (binary digits).
E79
petabit per secondA unit of information equal to 10¹⁵ bits (binary digits) per second.
E80
pebibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2⁵⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E81
pebibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2⁵⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E82
pebibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2⁵⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E83
terabitA unit of information equal to 10¹² bits (binary digits).
E84
terabit per secondA unit of information equal to 10¹² bits (binary digits) per second.
E85
tebibit per metreA unit of information equal to 2⁴⁰ bits (binary digits) per metre.
E86
tebibit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 2⁴⁰ bits (binary digits) per cubic metre.
E87
tebibit per square metreA unit of information equal to 2⁴⁰ bits (binary digits) per square metre.
E88
bit per metreA unit of information equal to 1 bit (binary digit) per metre.
E89
bit per square metreA unit of information equal to 1 bit (binary digit) per square metre.
E90
reciprocal centimetre
E91
reciprocal day
E92
cubic decimetre per hour
E93
kilogram per hour
E94
kilomole per second
E95
mole per second
E96
degree per second
E97
millimetre per degree Celcius metre
E98
degree Celsius per kelvin
E99
hectopascal per bar
EA
eachA unit of count defining the number of items regarded as separate units.
EB
electronic mail boxA unit of count defining the number of electronic mail boxes.
EQ
equivalent gallonA unit of volume defining the number of gallons of product produced from concentrate.
F01
bit per cubic metreA unit of information equal to 1 bit (binary digit) per cubic metre.
F02
kelvin per kelvin
F03
kilopascal per bar
F04
millibar per bar
F05
megapascal per bar
F06
poise per bar
F07
pascal per bar
F08
milliampere per inch
F10
kelvin per hour
F11
kelvin per minute
F12
kelvin per second
F13
slugA unit of mass. One slug is the mass accelerated at 1 foot per second per second by a force of 1 pound.
F14
gram per kelvin
F15
kilogram per kelvin
F16
milligram per kelvin
F17
poundforce per foot
F18
kilogram square centimetre
F19
kilogram square millimetre
F20
pound inch squared
F21
poundforce inch
F22
poundforce foot per ampere
F23
gram per cubic decimetre
F24
kilogram per kilomol
F25
gram per hertz
F26
gram per day
F27
gram per hour
F28
gram per minute
F29
gram per second
F30
kilogram per day
F31
kilogram per minute
F32
milligram per day
F33
milligram per minute
F34
milligram per second
F35
gram per day kelvin
F36
gram per hour kelvin
F37
gram per minute kelvin
F38
gram per second kelvin
F39
kilogram per day kelvin
F40
kilogram per hour kelvin
F41
kilogram per minute kelvin
F42
kilogram per second kelvin
F43
milligram per day kelvin
F44
milligram per hour kelvin
F45
milligram per minute kelvin
F46
milligram per second kelvin
F47
newton per millimetre
F48
poundforce per inch
F49
rod [unit of distance]A unit of distance equal to 5.5 yards (16 feet 6 inches).
F50
micrometre per kelvin
F51
centimetre per kelvin
F52
metre per kelvin
F53
millimetre per kelvin
F54
milliohm per metre
F55
ohm per mile (statute mile)
F56
ohm per kilometre
F57
milliampere per poundforce per square inch
F58
reciprocal bar
F59
milliampere per bar
F60
degree Celsius per bar
F61
kelvin per bar
F62
gram per day bar
F63
gram per hour bar
F64
gram per minute bar
F65
gram per second bar
F66
kilogram per day bar
F67
kilogram per hour bar
F68
kilogram per minute bar
F69
kilogram per second bar
F70
milligram per day bar
F71
milligram per hour bar
F72
milligram per minute bar
F73
milligram per second bar
F74
gram per bar
F75
milligram per bar
F76
milliampere per millimetre
F77
pascal second per kelvin
F78
inch of water
F79
inch of mercury
F80
water horse powerA 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).
F81
bar per kelvin
F82
hectopascal per kelvin
F83
kilopascal per kelvin
F84
millibar per kelvin
F85
megapascal per kelvin
F86
poise per kelvin
F87
volt per litre minute
F88
newton centimetre
F89
newton metre per degree
F90
newton metre per ampere
F91
bar litre per second
F92
bar cubic metre per second
F93
hectopascal litre per second
F94
hectopascal cubic metre per second
F95
millibar litre per second
F96
millibar cubic metre per second
F97
megapascal litre per second
F98
megapascal cubic metre per second
F99
pascal litre per second
FAH
degree FahrenheitRefer ISO 800005 (Quantities and units — Part 5: Thermodynamics)
FAR
farad
FBM
fibre metreA unit of length defining the number of metres of individual fibre.
FC
thousand cubic footA unit of volume equal to one thousand cubic foot.
FF
hundred cubic metreA unit of volume equal to one hundred cubic metres.
FH
micromole
FIT
failures in timeA unit of count defining the number of failures that can be expected over a specified time interval. Failure rates of semiconductor components are often specified as FIT (failures in time unit) where 1 FIT = 10⁻⁹ /h.
FL
flake tonA unit of mass defining the number of tons of a flaked substance (flake: a small flattish fragment).
FOT
foot
FP
pound per square foot
FR
foot per minute
FS
foot per second
FTK
square foot
FTQ
cubic foot
G01
pascal cubic metre per second
G04
centimetre per bar
G05
metre per bar
G06
millimetre per bar
G08
square inch per second
G09
square metre per second kelvin
G10
stokes per kelvin
G11
gram per cubic centimetre bar
G12
gram per cubic decimetre bar
G13
gram per litre bar
G14
gram per cubic metre bar
G15
gram per millilitre bar
G16
kilogram per cubic centimetre bar
G17
kilogram per litre bar
G18
kilogram per cubic metre bar
G19
newton metre per kilogram
G2
US gallon per minute
G20
poundforce foot per pound
G21
cup [unit of volume]
G23
peck
G24
tablespoon (US)
G25
teaspoon (US)
G26
stere
G27
cubic centimetre per kelvin
G28
litre per kelvin
G29
cubic metre per kelvin
G3
Imperial gallon per minute
G30
millilitre per kelvin
G31
kilogram per cubic centimetre
G32
ounce (avoirdupois) per cubic yard
G33
gram per cubic centimetre kelvin
G34
gram per cubic decimetre kelvin
G35
gram per litre kelvin
G36
gram per cubic metre kelvin
G37
gram per millilitre kelvin
G38
kilogram per cubic centimetre kelvin
G39
kilogram per litre kelvin
G40
kilogram per cubic metre kelvin
G41
square metre per second bar
G42
microsiemens per centimetre
G43
microsiemens per metre
G44
nanosiemens per centimetre
G45
nanosiemens per metre
G46
stokes per bar
G47
cubic centimetre per day
G48
cubic centimetre per hour
G49
cubic centimetre per minute
G50
gallon (US) per hour
G51
litre per second
G52
cubic metre per day
G53
cubic metre per minute
G54
millilitre per day
G55
millilitre per hour
G56
cubic inch per hour
G57
cubic inch per minute
G58
cubic inch per second
G59
milliampere per litre minute
G60
volt per bar
G61
cubic centimetre per day kelvin
G62
cubic centimetre per hour kelvin
G63
cubic centimetre per minute kelvin
G64
cubic centimetre per second kelvin
G65
litre per day kelvin
G66
litre per hour kelvin
G67
litre per minute kelvin
G68
litre per second kelvin
G69
cubic metre per day kelvin
G70
cubic metre per hour kelvin
G71
cubic metre per minute kelvin
G72
cubic metre per second kelvin
G73
millilitre per day kelvin
G74
millilitre per hour kelvin
G75
millilitre per minute kelvin
G76
millilitre per second kelvin
G77
millimetre to the fourth power
G78
cubic centimetre per day bar
G79
cubic centimetre per hour bar
G80
cubic centimetre per minute bar
G81
cubic centimetre per second bar
G82
litre per day bar
G83
litre per hour bar
G84
litre per minute bar
G85
litre per second bar
G86
cubic metre per day bar
G87
cubic metre per hour bar
G88
cubic metre per minute bar
G89
cubic metre per second bar
G90
millilitre per day bar
G91
millilitre per hour bar
G92
millilitre per minute bar
G93
millilitre per second bar
G94
cubic centimetre per bar
G95
litre per bar
G96
cubic metre per bar
G97
millilitre per bar
G98
microhenry per kiloohm
G99
microhenry per ohm
GB
gallon (US) per day
GBQ
gigabecquerel
GDW
gram, dry weightA unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
GE
pound per gallon (US)
GF
gram per metre (gram per 100 centimetres)
GFI
gram of fissile isotopeA 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).
GGR
great grossA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 1728 (12 x 12 x 12).
GIA
gill (US)
GIC
gram, including containerA unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, including its container.
GII
gill (UK)
GIP
gram, including inner packagingA unit of mass defining the number of grams of a product, including its inner packaging materials.
GJ
gram per millilitre
GL
gram per litre
GLD
dry gallon (US)
GLI
gallon (UK)
GLL
gallon (US)
GM
gram per square metre
GO
milligram per square metre
GP
milligram per cubic metre
GQ
microgram per cubic metre
GRM
gram
GRN
grain
GRO
grossA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 144 (12 x 12).
GV
gigajoule
GWH
gigawatt hour
H03
henry per kiloohm
H04
henry per ohm
H05
millihenry per kiloohm
H06
millihenry per ohm
H07
pascal second per bar
H08
microbecquerel
H09
reciprocal year
H10
reciprocal hour
H11
reciprocal month
H12
degree Celsius per hour
H13
degree Celsius per minute
H14
degree Celsius per second
H15
square centimetre per gram
H16
square decametreSynonym: are
H18
square hectometreSynonym: hectare
H19
cubic hectometre
H20
cubic kilometre
H21
blankA unit of count defining the number of blanks.
H22
volt square inch per poundforce
H23
volt per inch
H24
volt per microsecond
H25
percent per kelvinA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI base unit Kelvin.
H26
ohm per metre
H27
degree per metre
H28
microfarad per kilometre
H29
microgram per litre
H30
square micrometre (square micron)
H31
ampere per kilogram
H32
ampere squared second
H33
farad per kilometre
H34
hertz metre
H35
kelvin metre per watt
H36
megaohm per kilometre
H37
megaohm per metre
H38
megaampere
H39
megahertz kilometre
H40
newton per ampere
H41
newton metre watt to the power minus 0,5
H42
pascal per metre
H43
siemens per centimetre
H44
teraohm
H45
volt second per metre
H46
volt per second
H47
watt per cubic metre
H48
attofarad
H49
centimetre per hour
H50
reciprocal cubic centimetre
H51
decibel per kilometre
H52
decibel per metre
H53
kilogram per bar
H54
kilogram per cubic decimetre kelvin
H55
kilogram per cubic decimetre bar
H56
kilogram per square metre second
H57
inch per two pi radiant
H58
metre per volt second
H59
square metre per newton
H60
cubic metre per cubic metre
H61
millisiemens per centimetre
H62
millivolt per minute
H63
milligram per square centimetre
H64
milligram per gram
H65
millilitre per cubic metre
H66
millimetre per year
H67
millimetre per hour
H68
millimole per gram
H69
picopascal per kilometre
H70
picosecond
H71
percent per monthA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a month.
H72
percent per hectobarA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to 100fold of the unit bar.
H73
percent per decakelvinA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to 10fold of the SI base unit Kelvin.
H74
watt per metre
H75
decapascal
H76
gram per millimetre
H77
module widthA unit of measure used to describe the breadth of electronic assemblies as an installation standard or mounting dimension.
H79
French gaugeA unit of distance used for measuring the diameter of small tubes such as urological instruments and catheters. Synonym: French, Charrière, Charrière gauge
H80
rack unitA unit of measure used to describe the height in rack units of equipment intended for mounting in a 19inch rack or a 23inch rack. One rack unit is 1.75 inches (44.45 mm) high.
H81
millimetre per minute
H82
big pointA 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))
H83
litre per kilogram
H84
gram millimetre
H85
reciprocal week
H87
pieceA unit of count defining the number of pieces (piece: a single item, article or exemplar).
H88
megaohm kilometre
H89
percent per ohmA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI derived unit ohm.
H90
percent per degreeA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an angle of one degree.
H91
percent per ten thousandA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of ten thousand.
H92
percent per one hundred thousandA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one hundred thousand.
H93
percent per hundredA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one hundred.
H94
percent per thousandA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to multiples of one thousand.
H95
percent per voltA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to the SI derived unit volt.
H96
percent per barA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an atmospheric pressure of one bar.
H98
percent per inchA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to an inch.
H99
percent per metreA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a metre.
HA
hankA unit of length, typically for yarn.
HBA
hectobar
HBX
hundred boxesA unit of count defining the number of boxes in multiples of one hundred box units.
HC
hundred countA unit of count defining the number of units counted in multiples of 100.
HDW
hundred kilogram, dry weightA unit of mass defining the number of hundred kilograms of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
HEA
headA unit of count defining the number of heads (head: a person or animal considered as one of a number).
HGM
hectogram
HH
hundred cubic footA unit of volume equal to one hundred cubic foot.
HIU
hundred international unitA unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 100.
HKM
hundred kilogram, net massA unit of mass defining the number of hundred kilograms of a product, after deductions.
HLT
hectolitre
HM
mile per hour (statute mile)
HMQ
million cubic metreA unit of volume equal to one million cubic metres.
HMT
hectometre
HPA
hectolitre of pure alcoholA unit of volume equal to one hundred litres of pure alcohol.
HTZ
hertz
HUR
hour
IA
inch pound (pound inch)
IE
personA unit of count defining the number of persons.
INH
inch
INK
square inch
INQ
cubic inchSynonym: inch cubed
ISD
international sugar degreeA unit of measure defining the sugar content of a solution, expressed in degrees.
IU
inch per second
IV
inch per second squared
J10
percent per millimetreA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a millimetre.
J12
per mille per psiA unit of pressure equal to one thousandth of a psi (poundforce per square inch).
J13
degree APIA 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 Baumé.
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 BallingA unit of density as a measure of sugar content, especially of beer wort. Named after Karl Balling.
J18
degree BrixA unit of proportion used in measuring the dissolved sugartowater mass ratio of a liquid. Named after Adolf Brix.
J19
degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (thermochemical)
J2
joule per kilogram
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
J27
degree OechsleA unit of density as a measure of sugar content of must, the unfermented liqueur from which wine is made. Named after Ferdinand Oechsle.
J28
degree Rankine per hour
J29
degree Rankine per minute
J30
degree Rankine per second
J31
degree TwaddellA unit of density for liquids that are heavier than water. 1 degree Twaddle represents a difference in specific gravity of 0.005.
J32
micropoise
J33
microgram per kilogram
J34
microgram per cubic metre kelvin
J35
microgram per cubic metre bar
J36
microlitre per litre
J38
baudA unit of signal transmission speed equal to one signalling event per second.
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
J54
megabaudA unit of signal transmission speed equal to 10⁶ (1000000) signaling events per second.
J55
watt second
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
J72
centinewton metre
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
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
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
JE
joule per kelvin
JK
megajoule per kilogram
JM
megajoule per cubic metre
JNT
pipeline jointA count of the number of pipeline joints.
JOU
joule
JPS
hundred metreA unit of count defining the number of 100 metre lengths.
JWL
number of jewelsA unit of count defining the number of jewels (jewel: precious stone).
K1
kilowatt demandA unit of measure defining the power load measured at predetermined intervals.
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 poundforce per hour
K16
foot poundforce per minute
K17
foot per psi
K18
foot per second degree Fahrenheit
K19
foot per second psi
K2
kilovolt ampere reactive demandA unit of measure defining the reactive power demand equal to one kilovolt ampere of reactive power.
K20
reciprocal cubic foot
K21
cubic foot per degree Fahrenheit
K22
cubic foot per day
K23
cubic foot per psi
K26
gallon (UK) per day
K27
gallon (UK) per hour
K28
gallon (UK) per second
K3
kilovolt ampere reactive hourA unit of measure defining the accumulated reactive energy equal to one kilovolt ampere of reactive power per hour.
K30
gallon (US liquid) per second
K31
gramforce 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
K50
kilobaudA unit of signal transmission speed equal to 10³ (1000) signaling events per second.
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
K58
kilomole per hour
K59
kilomole per cubic metre kelvin
K6
kilolitre
K60
kilomole per cubic metre bar
K61
kilomole per minute
K62
litre per litre
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
poundforce per square foot
K86
poundforce 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
poundforce second per square foot
K92
poundforce 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
KA
cakeA unit of count defining the number of cakes (cake: object shaped into a flat, compact mass).
KAT
katalA unit of catalytic activity defining the catalytic activity of enzymes and other catalysts.
KB
kilocharacterA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) characters.
KBA
kilobar
KCC
kilogram of choline chlorideA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of choline chloride.
KDW
kilogram drained net weightA unit of mass defining the net number of kilograms of a product, disregarding the liquid content of the product.
KEL
kelvinRefer ISO 800005 (Quantities and units — Part 5: Thermodynamics)
KGM
kilogramA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams.
KGS
kilogram per second
KHY
kilogram of hydrogen peroxideA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of hydrogen peroxide.
KHZ
kilohertz
KI
kilogram per millimetre width
KIC
kilogram, including containerA unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including its container.
KIP
kilogram, including inner packagingA unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including its inner packaging materials.
KJ
kilosegmentA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) segments.
KJO
kilojoule
KL
kilogram per metre
KLK
lactic dry material percentageA unit of proportion defining the percentage of dry lactic material in a product.
KLX
kiloluxA unit of illuminance equal to one thousand lux.
KMA
kilogram of methylamineA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of methylamine.
KMH
kilometre per hour
KMK
square kilometre
KMQ
kilogram per cubic metreA unit of weight expressed in kilograms of a substance that fills a volume of one cubic metre.
KMT
kilometre
KNI
kilogram of nitrogenA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of nitrogen.
KNM
kilonewton per square metrePressure expressed in kN/m2.
KNS
kilogram named substanceA unit of mass equal to one kilogram of a named substance.
KNT
knot
KO
milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of productA 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.
KPA
kilopascal
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 oxideA 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.
KR
kiloroentgen
KSD
kilogram of substance 90 % dryA 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).
KT
kitA unit of count defining the number of kits (kit: tub, barrel or pail).
KTN
kilotonne
KUR
kilogram of uraniumA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of uranium.
KVA
kilovolt  ampere
KVR
kilovar
KVT
kilovolt
KW
kilogram per millimetre
KWH
kilowatt hour
KWO
kilogram of tungsten trioxideA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of tungsten trioxide.
KWT
kilowatt
KX
millilitre per kilogram
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
L19
millilitre per litre
L2
litre per minute
L20
reciprocal cubic millimetre
L21
cubic millimetre per cubic metre
L23
mole per hour
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
L30
mole per minute
L31
milliroentgen aequivalent men
L32
nanogram per kilogram
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
tonforce (US short)
L95
common year
L96
sidereal year
L98
yard per degree Fahrenheit
L99
yard per psi
LA
pound per cubic inch
LAC
lactose excess percentageA unit of proportion defining the percentage of lactose in a product that exceeds a defined percentage level.
LBR
pound
LBT
troy pound (US)
LD
litre per day
LEF
leafA unit of count defining the number of leaves.
LF
linear footA unit of count defining the number of feet (12inch) in length of a uniform width object.
LH
labour hourA unit of time defining the number of labour hours.
LK
linkA unit of distance equal to 0.01 chain.
LM
linear metreA unit of count defining the number of metres in length of a uniform width object.
LN
lengthA unit of distance defining the linear extent of an item measured from end to end.
LO
lot [unit of procurement]A unit of count defining the number of lots (lot: a collection of associated items).
LP
liquid poundA unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a liquid substance.
LPA
litre of pure alcoholA unit of volume equal to one litre of pure alcohol.
LR
layerA unit of count defining the number of layers.
LS
lump sumA unit of count defining the number of whole or a complete monetary amounts.
LTN
ton (UK) or long ton (US)Synonym: gross ton (2240 lb)
LTR
litre
LUB
metric ton, lubricating oilA unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of lubricating oil.
LUM
lumen
LUX
lux
LY
linear yardA unit of count defining the number of 36inch units in length of a uniform width object.
M1
milligram per litre
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
M19
BeaufortAn empirical measure for describing wind speed based mainly on observed sea conditions. The Beaufort scale indicates the wind speed by numbers that typically range from 0 for calm, to 12 for hurricane.
M20
reciprocal megakelvin or megakelvin to the power minus one
M21
reciprocal kilovolt  ampere reciprocal hour
M22
millilitre per square centimetre minute
M23
newton per centimetre
M24
ohm kilometre
M25
percent per degree CelsiusA unit of proportion, equal to 0.01, in relation to a temperature of one degree.
M26
gigaohm per metre
M27
megahertz metre
M29
kilogram per kilogram
M30
reciprocal volt  ampere reciprocal second
M31
kilogram per kilometre
M32
pascal second per litre
M33
millimole per litre
M34
newton metre per square metre
M35
millivolt  ampere
M36
30day monthA unit of count defining the number of months expressed in multiples of 30 days, one day equals 24 hours.
M37
actual/360A unit of count defining the number of years expressed in multiples of 360 days, one day equals 24 hours.
M38
kilometre per second squared1000fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M39
centimetre per second squared0,01fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M4
monetary valueA unit of measure expressed as a monetary amount.
M40
yard per second squaredUnit of the length according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M41
millimetre per second squared0,001fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M42
mile (statute mile) per second squaredUnit of the length according to the Imperial system of units divided by the power of the SI base unit second by exponent 2.
M43
milUnit to indicate an angle at military zone, equal to the 6400th part of the full circle of the 360° or 2·p·rad.
M44
revolutionUnit to identify an angle of the full circle of 360° or 2·p·rad (Refer ISO/TC12 SI Guide).
M45
degree [unit of angle] per second squared360 part of a full circle divided by the power of the SI base unit second and the exponent 2.
M46
revolution per minuteUnit of the angular velocity.
M47
circular milUnit 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)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 AngloAmerican system of units.
M5
microcurie
M50
furlongUnit 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.
M53
metre per pascalSI base unit metre divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
M55
metre per radiantUnit of the translation factor for implementation from rotation to linear movement.
M56
shakeUnit for a very short period.
M57
mile per minuteUnit of velocity from the Imperial system of units.
M58
mile per secondUnit of the velocity from the Imperial system of units.
M59
metre per second pascalSI base unit meter divided by the product of SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
M60
metre per hourSI base unit metre divided by the unit hour.
M61
inch per yearUnit of the length according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the unit common year with 365 days.
M62
kilometre per second1000fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the SI base unit second.
M63
inch per minuteUnit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the unit minute.
M64
yard per secondUnit yard according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
M65
yard per minuteUnit yard according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the unit minute.
M66
yard per hourUnit yard according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the unit hour.
M67
acrefoot (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
microinch
M70
ton, registerTraditional unit of the cargo capacity.
M71
cubic metre per pascalPower of the SI base unit meter by exponent 3 divided by the derived SI base unit pascal.
M72
belLogarithmic relationship to base 10.
M73
kilogram per cubic metre pascalSI base unit kilogram divided by the product of the power of the SI base unit metre with exponent 3 and the derived SI unit pascal.
M74
kilogram per pascalSI base unit kilogram divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
M75
kilopoundforce1000fold of the unit of the force poundforce (lbf) according to the AngloAmerican system of units with the relationship.
M76
poundalNon SIconforming 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 squaredProduct 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
pond0,001fold 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 hourPower of the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2 divided by the unit of time hour.
M80
stokes per pascalCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit stokes divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
M81
square centimetre per second0,000 1fold of the power of the SI base unit metre by exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit second.
M82
square metre per second pascalPower of the SI base unit metre with the exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
M83
denierTraditional unit for the indication of the linear mass of textile fibers and yarns.
M84
pound per yardUnit for linear mass according to avoirdupois system of units.
M85
ton, assayNon SIconforming 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
pfundOutdated unit of the mass used in Germany.
M87
kilogram per second pascalSI base unit kilogram divided by the product of the SI base unit second and the derived SI unit pascal.
M88
tonne per monthUnit tonne divided by the unit month.
M89
tonne per yearUnit tonne divided by the unit year with 365 days.
M9
million Btu per 1000 cubic foot
M90
kilopound per hour1000fold of the unit of the mass avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system divided by the unit hour.
M91
pound per poundProportion 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
poundforce footProduct of the unit poundforce according to the AngloAmerican system of units and the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and the Imperial system of units.
M93
newton metre per radianProduct of the derived SI unit newton and the SI base unit metre divided by the unit radian.
M94
kilogram metreUnit of imbalance as a product of the SI base unit kilogram and the SI base unit metre.
M95
poundal footProduct of the non SIconforming unit of the force poundal and the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units .
M96
poundal inchProduct of the non SIconforming unit of the force poundal and the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units .
M97
dyne metreCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of the rotational moment.
M98
kilogram centimetre per secondProduct of the SI base unit kilogram and the 0,01fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the SI base unit second.
M99
gram centimetre per secondProduct of the 0,001fold of the SI base unit kilogram and the 0,01fold of the SI base unit metre divided by the SI base unit second.
MAH
megavolt ampere reactive hourA unit of electrical reactive power defining the total amount of reactive power across a power system.
MAL
megalitre
MAM
megametre
MAR
megavarA unit of electrical reactive power represented by a current of one thousand amperes flowing due a potential difference of one thousand volts where the sine of the phase angle between them is 1.
MAW
megawattA 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.
MBE
thousand standard brick equivalentA unit of count defining the number of one thousand brick equivalent units.
MBF
thousand board footA unit of volume equal to one thousand board foot.
MBR
millibar
MC
microgram
MCU
millicurie
MD
air dry metric tonA unit of count defining the number of metric tons of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
MGM
milligram
MHZ
megahertz
MIK
square mile (statute mile)
MIL
thousand
MIN
minute [unit of time]
MIO
million
MIU
million international unitA unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 10⁶.
MLD
milliardSynonym: billion (US)
MLT
millilitre
MMK
square millimetre
MMQ
cubic millimetre
MMT
millimetre
MND
kilogram, dry weightA unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, disregarding the water content of the product.
MON
monthUnit of time equal to 1/12 of a year of 365,25 days.
MPA
megapascal
MQH
cubic metre per hour
MQS
cubic metre per second
MSK
metre per second squared
MTK
square metre
MTQ
cubic metreSynonym: metre cubed
MTR
metre
MTS
metre per second
MVA
megavolt  ampere
MWH
megawatt hour (1000 kW.h)A unit of power defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumed.
N1
pen calorieA unit of count defining the number of calories prescribed daily for parenteral/enteral therapy.
N10
pound foot per secondProduct of the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system and the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
N11
pound inch per secondProduct of the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system and the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units divided by the SI base unit second.
N12
PferdestaerkeObsolete unit of the power relating to DIN 13013:1979: 1 PS = 735,498 75 W.
N13
centimetre of mercury (0 ºC)Non SIconforming 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 ºC)Non SIconforming 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 ºF)Non SIconforming unit of pressure according to the AngloAmerican 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 ºF)Non SIconforming unit of pressure according to the AngloAmerican 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 ºF)Non SIconforming unit of pressure according to the AngloAmerican 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 ºF)Non SIconforming unit of pressure according to the AngloAmerican 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 ºF)Non SIconforming unit of pressure according to the AngloAmerican 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 inchNon SIconforming unit of the pressure according to the AngloAmerican system of units as the 1000fold of the unit of the force poundforce divided by the power of the unit inch by exponent 2.
N21
poundal per square footNon SIconforming unit of pressure by the Imperial system of units according to NIST: 1 pdl/ft² = 1,488 164 Pa.
N22
ounce (avoirdupois) per square inchUnit of the surface specific mass (avoirdupois ounce according to the avoirdupois system of units according to the surface square inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units).
N23
conventional metre of waterNot SIconforming 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 millimetre0,001fold of the SI base unit kilogram divided by the 0.000 001fold of the power of the SI base unit meter by exponent 2.
N25
pound per square yardUnit for arealrelated mass as a unit pound according to the avoirdupois unit system divided by the power of the unit yard according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units with exponent 2.
N26
poundal per square inchNon SIconforming unit of the pressure according to the Imperial system of units (poundal by square inch).
N27
foot to the fourth powerPower of the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 4 according to NIST: 1 ft4 = 8,630 975 m4.
N28
cubic decimetre per kilogram0,001 fold of the power of the SI base unit meter by exponent 3 divided by the SI based unit kilogram.
N29
cubic foot per poundPower of the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 3 divided by the unit avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system.
N3
print point
N30
cubic inch per poundPower of the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 3 divided by the avoirdupois pound according to the avoirdupois unit system .
N31
kilonewton per metre1000fold of the derived SI unit newton divided by the SI base unit metre.
N32
poundal per inchNon SIconforming unit of the surface tension according to the Imperial unit system as quotient poundal by inch.
N33
poundforce per yardUnit of force per unit length based on the AngloAmerican system of units.
N34
poundal second per square footNon SIconforming unit of viscosity.
N35
poise per pascalCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit poise divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
N36
newton second per square metreUnit of the dynamic viscosity as a product of unit of the pressure (newton by square metre) multiplied with the SI base unit second.
N37
kilogram per metre secondUnit 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 minuteUnit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient SI base unit kilogram divided by the SI base unit metre and by the unit minute.
N39
kilogram per metre dayUnit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient SI base unit kilogram divided by the SI base unit metre and by the unit day.
N40
kilogram per metre hourUnit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient SI base unit kilogram divided by the SI base unit metre and by the unit hour.
N41
gram per centimetre secondUnit of the dynamic viscosity as a quotient of the 0,001fold of the SI base unit kilogram divided by the 0,01fold of the SI base unit metre and SI base unit second.
N42
poundal second per square inchNon SIconforming 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 minuteUnit of the dynamic viscosity according to the AngloAmerican unit system.
N44
pound per foot dayUnit of the dynamic viscosity according to the AngloAmerican unit system.
N45
cubic metre per second pascalPower 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.
N46
foot poundalUnit of the work (forcepath).
N47
inch poundalUnit 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 centimetreDerived SI unit watt divided by the power of the 0,01fold the SI base unit metre by exponent 2.
N49
watt per square inchDerived SI unit watt divided by the power of the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
N50
British thermal unit (international table) per square foot hourUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N51
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot hourUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N52
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot minuteUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N53
British thermal unit (international table) per square foot secondUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N54
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square foot secondUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N55
British thermal unit (international table) per square inch secondUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N56
calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetre minuteUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N57
calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetre secondUnit of the surface heat flux according to the Imperial system of units.
N58
British thermal unit (international table) per cubic footUnit of the energy density according to the Imperial system of units.
N59
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per cubic footUnit of the energy density according to the Imperial system of units.
N60
British thermal unit (international table) per degree FahrenheitUnit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N61
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per degree FahrenheitUnit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N62
British thermal unit (international table) per degree RankineUnit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N63
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per degree RankineUnit of the heat capacity according to the Imperial system of units.
N64
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per pound degree RankineUnit 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 kelvinUnit of the massrelated heat capacity as quotient 1000fold of the calorie (international table) divided by the product of the 0,001fold of the SI base units kilogram and kelvin.
N66
British thermal unit (39 ºF)Unit of heat energy according to the Imperial system of units in a reference temperature of 39 °F.
N67
British thermal unit (59 ºF)Unit of heat energy according to the Imperial system of units in a reference temperature of 59 °F.
N68
British thermal unit (60 ºF)Unit of head energy according to the Imperial system of units at a reference temperature of 60 °F.
N69
calorie (20 ºC)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 poundUnit 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 FahrenheitUnit of the heat transition coefficient according to the Imperial system of units.
N75
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per hour square foot degree FahrenheitUnit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N76
British thermal unit (international table) per second square foot degree FahrenheitUnit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N77
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per second square foot degree FahrenheitUnit of the heat transition coefficient according to the imperial system of units.
N78
kilowatt per square metre kelvin1000fold of the derived SI unit watt divided by the product of the power of the SI base unit metre by exponent 2 and the SI base unit kelvin.
N79
kelvin per pascalSI base unit kelvin divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
N80
watt per metre degree CelsiusDerived SI unit watt divided by the product of the SI base unit metre and the unit for temperature degree Celsius.
N81
kilowatt per metre kelvin1000fold of the derived SI unit watt divided by the product of the SI base unit metre and the SI base unit kelvin.
N82
kilowatt per metre degree Celsius1000fold of the derived SI unit watt divided by the product of the SI base unit metre and the unit for temperature degree Celsius.
N83
metre per degree Celcius metreSI 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 SIconforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N85
degree Fahrenheit hour per British thermal unit (thermochemical)Non SIconforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N86
degree Fahrenheit second per British thermal unit (international table)Non SIconforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N87
degree Fahrenheit second per British thermal unit (thermochemical)Non SIconforming unit of the thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N88
degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (international table) inchUnit of specific thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N89
degree Fahrenheit hour square foot per British thermal unit (thermochemical) inchUnit of specific thermal resistance according to the Imperial system of units.
N90
kilofarad1000fold of the derived SI unit farad.
N91
reciprocal jouleReciprocal of the derived SI unit joule.
N92
picosiemens0,000 000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit siemens.
N93
ampere per pascalSI base unit ampere divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
N94
franklinCGS (CentimetreGramSecond 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.
N95
ampere minuteA unit of electric charge defining the amount of charge accumulated by a steady flow of one ampere for one minute..
N96
biotCGS (CentimetreGramSecond 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 crosssection in the distance of 1 cm.
N97
gilbertCGS (CentimetreGramSecond 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.
N98
volt per pascalDerived SI unit volt divided by the derived SI unit pascal.
N99
picovolt0,000 000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit volt.
NA
milligram per kilogram
NAR
number of articlesA unit of count defining the number of articles (article: item).
NCL
number of cellsA unit of count defining the number of cells (cell: an enclosed or circumscribed space, cavity, or volume).
NEW
newton
NF
messageA unit of count defining the number of messages.
NIL
nilA unit of count defining the number of instances of nothing.
NIU
number of international unitsA unit of count defining the number of international units.
NL
loadA unit of volume defining the number of loads (load: a quantity of items carried or processed at one time).
NM3
Normalised cubic metreNormalised cubic metre (temperature 0°C and pressure 101325 millibars )
NMI
nautical mile
NMP
number of packsA unit of count defining the number of packs (pack: a collection of objects packaged together).
NPT
number of partsA unit of count defining the number of parts (part: component of a larger entity).
NT
net tonA unit of mass equal to 2000 pounds, see ton (US). Refer International Convention on tonnage measurement of Ships.
NU
newton metre
NX
part per thousandA unit of proportion equal to 10⁻³. Synonym: per mille
OA
panelA unit of count defining the number of panels (panel: a distinct, usually rectangular, section of a surface).
ODE
ozone depletion equivalentA unit of mass defining the ozone depletion potential in kilograms of a product relative to the calculated depletion for the reference substance, Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC11).
OHM
ohm
ON
ounce per square yard
ONZ
ounce (avoirdupois)
OPM
oscillations per minuteThe number of oscillations per minute.
OT
overtime hourA unit of time defining the number of overtime hours.
OZA
fluid ounce (US)
OZI
fluid ounce (UK)
P1
percentA unit of proportion equal to 0.01.
P10
coulomb per metreDerived SI unit coulomb divided by the SI base unit metre.
P11
kiloweber1000 fold of the derived SI unit weber.
P12
gammaUnit of magnetic flow density.
P13
kilotesla1000fold of the derived SI unit tesla.
P14
joule per secondQuotient of the derived SI unit joule divided by the SI base unit second.
P15
joule per minuteQuotient from the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit minute.
P16
joule per hourQuotient from the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit hour.
P17
joule per dayQuotient from the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit day.
P18
kilojoule per secondQuotient from the 1000fold of the derived SI unit joule divided by the SI base unit second.
P19
kilojoule per minuteQuotient from the 1000fold of the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit minute.
P2
pound per foot
P20
kilojoule per hourQuotient from the 1000fold of the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit hour.
P21
kilojoule per dayQuotient from the 1000fold of the derived SI unit joule divided by the unit day.
P22
nanoohm0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit ohm.
P23
ohm circularmil per footUnit of resistivity.
P24
kilohenry1000fold of the derived SI unit henry.
P25
lumen per square footDerived SI unit lumen divided by the power of the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P26
photCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of luminance, defined as lumen by square centimetre.
P27
footcandleNon 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 inchSI base unit candela divided by the power of unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P29
footlambertUnit of the luminance according to the AngloAmerican system of units, defined as emitted or reflected luminance of a lm/ft².
P30
lambertCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of luminance, defined as the emitted or reflected luminance by one lumen per square centimetre.
P31
stilbCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of luminance, defined as emitted or reflected luminance by one lumen per square centimetre.
P32
candela per square footBase unit SI candela divided by the power of the unit foot according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P33
kilocandela1000fold of the SI base unit candela.
P34
millicandela0,001fold of the SI base unit candela.
P35
HefnerKerzeObsolete, nonlegal unit of the power in Germany relating to DIN 13013:1979: 1 HK = 0,903 cd.
P36
international candleObsolete, nonlegal unit of the power in Germany relating to DIN 13013:1979: 1 HK = 1,019 cd.
P37
British thermal unit (international table) per square footUnit of the arealrelated energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P38
British thermal unit (thermochemical) per square footUnit of the arealrelated energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P39
calorie (thermochemical) per square centimetreUnit of the arealrelated energy transmission according to the Imperial system of units.
P40
langleyCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of the arealrelated 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.
P42
pascal squared secondUnit of the set as a product of the power of derived SI unit pascal with exponent 2 and the SI base unit second.
P43
bel per metreUnit bel divided by the SI base unit metre.
P44
pound moleNon SIconforming 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 secondNon SIconforming unit of the power of the amount of substance nonSI 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 minuteNon SIconforming unit of the power of the amount of substance nonSI 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.
P47
kilomole per kilogram1000fold of the SI base unit mol divided by the SI base unit kilogram.
P48
pound mole per poundNon SIconforming unit of the material molar flux divided by the avoirdupois pound for mass according to the avoirdupois unit system.
P49
newton square metre per ampereProduct of the derived SI unit newton and the power of SI base unit metre with exponent 2 divided by the SI base unit ampere.
P5
five packA unit of count defining the number of fivepacks (fivepack: set of five items packaged together).
P50
weber metreProduct of the derived SI unit weber and SI base unit metre.
P51
mol per kilogram pascalSI base unit mol divided by the product of the SI base unit kilogram and the derived SI unit pascal.
P52
mol per cubic metre pascalSI 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.
P53
unit poleCGS (CentimetreGramSecond 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).
P54
milligray per second0,001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the SI base unit second.
P55
microgray per second0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the SI base unit second.
P56
nanogray per second0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the SI base unit second.
P57
gray per minuteSI derived unit gray divided by the unit minute.
P58
milligray per minute0,001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit minute.
P59
microgray per minute0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit minute.
P60
nanogray per minute0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit minute.
P61
gray per hourSI derived unit gray divided by the unit hour.
P62
milligray per hour0,001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit hour.
P63
microgray per hour0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit hour.
P64
nanogray per hour0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit gray divided by the unit hour.
P65
sievert per secondDerived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second.
P66
millisievert per second0,001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second.
P67
microsievert per second0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second.
P68
nanosievert per second0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the SI base unit second.
P69
rem per secondUnit for the equivalent tin rate relating to DIN 13013:1979: 1 rem/s = 0,01 J/(kg·s) = 1 Sv/s.
P70
sievert per hourDerived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour.
P71
millisievert per hour0,001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour.
P72
microsievert per hour0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour.
P73
nanosievert per hour0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit hour.
P74
sievert per minuteDerived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute.
P75
millisievert per minute0,001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute.
P76
microsievert per minute0,000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute.
P77
nanosievert per minute0,000 000 001fold of the derived SI unit sievert divided by the unit minute.
P78
reciprocal square inchComplement of the power of the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units by exponent 2.
P79
pascal square metre per kilogramUnit 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.
P80
millipascal per metre0,001fold of the derived SI unit pascal divided by the SI base unit metre.
P81
kilopascal per metre1000fold of the derived SI unit pascal divided by the SI base unit metre.
P82
hectopascal per metre100fold of the derived SI unit pascal divided by the SI base unit metre.
P83
standard atmosphere per metreOutdated unit of the pressure divided by the SI base unit metre.
P84
technical atmosphere per metreObsolete and nonlegal unit of the pressure which is generated by a 10 metre water column divided by the SI base unit metre.
P85
torr per metreCGS (CentimetreGramSecond system) unit of the pressure divided by the SI base unit metre.
P86
psi per inchCompound unit for pressure (poundforce according to the AngloAmerican unit system divided by the power of the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units with the exponent 2) divided by the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units .
P87
cubic metre per second square metreUnit of volume flow cubic meters by second related to the transmission surface in square metres.
P88
rheNon SIconforming unit of fluidity of dynamic viscosity.
P89
poundforce foot per inchUnit for lengthrelated rotational moment according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units.
P90
poundforce inch per inchUnit for lengthrelated rotational moment according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units.
P91
perm (0 ºC)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 ºC)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.
P93
byte per secondUnit byte divided by the SI base unit second.
P94
kilobyte per second1000fold of the unit byte divided by the SI base unit second.
P95
megabyte per second1 000 000fold of the unit byte divided by the SI base unit second.
P96
reciprocal voltReciprocal of the derived SI unit volt.
P97
reciprocal radianReciprocal of the unit radian.
P98
pascal to the power sum of stoichiometric numbersUnit of the equilibrium constant on the basis of the pressure(ISO 800009:2009, 935.a).
P99
mole per cubiv metre to the power sum of stoichiometric numbersUnit of the equilibrium constant on the basis of the concentration (ISO 800009:2009, 936.a).
PAL
pascal
PD
padA unit of count defining the number of pads (pad: block of paper sheets fastened together at one end).
PFL
proof litreA 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 gallonA 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.
PI
pitchA unit of count defining the number of characters that fit in a horizontal inch.
PLA
degree PlatoA unit of proportion defining the sugar content of a product, especially in relation to beer.
PO
pound per inch of length
PQ
page per inchA unit of quantity defining the degree of thickness of a bound publication, expressed as the number of pages per inch of thickness.
PR
pairA unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's).
PS
poundforce per square inch
PTD
dry pint (US)
PTI
pint (UK)
PTL
liquid pint (US)
PTN
portionA quantity of allowance of food allotted to, or enough for, one person.
Q10
joule per teslaUnit of the magnetic dipole moment of the molecule as derived SI unit joule divided by the derived SI unit tesla.
Q11
erlangUnit of the market value according to the feature of a single feature as a statistical measurement of the existing utilization.
Q12
octetSynonym for byte: 1 octet = 8 bit = 1 byte.
Q13
octet per secondUnit octet divided by the SI base unit second.
Q14
shannonLogarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of two mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base 2.
Q15
hartleyLogarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of ten mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base 10.
Q16
natural unit of informationLogarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of ,718 281 828 459 mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base Euler value e.
Q17
shannon per secondTime related logarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of two mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base 2.
Q18
hartley per secondTime related logarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of ten mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base 10.
Q19
natural unit of information per secondTime related logarithmic unit for information equal to the content of decision of a sentence of 2,718 281 828 459 mutually exclusive events, expressed as a logarithm to base of the Euler value e.
Q20
second per kilogrammUnit of the Einstein transition probability for spontaneous or inducing emissions and absorption according to ISO 800007:2008, expressed as SI base unit second divided by the SI base unit kilogram.
Q21
watt square metreUnit of the first radiation constants c1 = 2·p·h·c0², the value of which is 3,741 771 18·10?¹6fold 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 metreUnit 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 oneComplement of the derived SI unit weber as unit of the Josephson constant, which value is equal to the 384 597,891fold of the reference value gigahertz divided by volt.
Q24
reciprocal inchComplement of the unit inch according to the AngloAmerican and Imperial system of units.
Q25
dioptreUnit 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 oneValue 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 metreUnit for lengthrelated 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 secondUnit for the ability of a material to allow the transition of steam.
Q29
microgram per hectogramMicrogram per hectogram.
Q30
pH (potential of Hydrogen)The activity of the (solvated) hydrogen ion (a logarithmic measure used to state the acidity or alkalinity of a chemical solution).
Q31
kilojoule per gram
Q32
femtolitre
Q33
picolitre
Q34
nanolitre
Q35
megawatts per minuteA unit of power defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumer per minute.
Q36
square metre per cubic metreA unit of the amount of surface area per unit volume of an object or collection of objects.
Q37
Standard cubic metre per dayStandard cubic metre (temperature 15°C and pressure 101325 millibars ) per day
Q38
Standard cubic metre per hourStandard cubic metre (temperature 15°C and pressure 101325 millibars ) per hour
Q39
Normalized cubic metre per dayNormalized cubic metre (temperature 0°C and pressure 101325 millibars ) per day
Q40
Normalized cubic metre per hourNormalized cubic metre (temperature 0°C and pressure 101325 millibars ) per hour
Q3
mealA unit of count defining the number of meals (meal: an amount of food to be eaten on a single occasion).
QA
page  facsimileA unit of count defining the number of facsimile pages.
QAN
quarter (of a year)A unit of time defining the number of quarters (3 months).
QB
page  hardcopyA 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
quireA unit of count for paper, expressed as the number of quires (quire: a number of paper sheets, typically 25).
QTD
dry quart (US)
QTI
quart (UK)
QTL
liquid quart (US)
QTR
quarter (UK)A traditional unit of weight equal to 1/4 hundredweight. In the United Kingdom, one quarter equals 28 pounds.
R1
picaA unit of count defining the number of picas. (pica: typographical length equal to 12 points or 4.22 mm (approx.)).
R9
thousand cubic metreA unit of volume equal to one thousand cubic metres.
RH
running or operating hourA unit of time defining the number of hours of operation.
RM
reamA unit of count for paper, expressed as the number of reams (ream: a large quantity of paper sheets, typically 500).
ROM
roomA unit of count defining the number of rooms.
RP
pound per reamA unit of mass for paper, expressed as pounds per ream. (ream: a large quantity of paper, typically 500 sheets).
RPM
revolutions per minuteRefer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
RPS
revolutions per secondRefer ISO/TC12 SI Guide
RT
revenue ton mileA 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.
S3
square foot per secondSynonym: foot squared per second
S4
square metre per secondSynonym: metre squared per second (square metres/second US)
SAN
half year (6 months)A unit of time defining the number of half years (6 months).
SCO
scoreA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 20.
SCR
scruple
SEC
second [unit of time]
SET
setA unit of count defining the number of sets (set: a number of objects grouped together).
SG
segmentA unit of information equal to 64000 bytes.
SIE
siemens
SM3
Standard cubic metreStandard cubic metre (temperature 15°C and pressure 101325 millibars )
SMI
mile (statute mile)
SQ
squareA unit of count defining the number of squares (square: rectangular shape).
SQR
square, roofingA unit of count defining the number of squares of roofing materials, measured in multiples of 100 square feet.
SR
stripA unit of count defining the number of strips (strip: long narrow piece of an object).
STC
stickA unit of count defining the number of sticks (stick: slender and often cylindrical piece of a substance).
STI
stone (UK)
STK
stick, cigaretteA unit of count defining the number of cigarettes in the smallest unit for stocktaking and/or duty computation.
STL
standard litreA unit of volume defining the number of litres of a product at a temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, especially in relation to hydrocarbon oils.
STN
ton (US) or short ton (UK/US)Synonym: net ton (2000 lb)
STW
strawA unit of count defining the number of straws (straw: a slender tube used for sucking up liquids).
SW
skeinA unit of count defining the number of skeins (skein: a looselycoiled bundle of yarn or thread).
SX
shipmentA unit of count defining the number of shipments (shipment: an amount of goods shipped or transported).
SYR
syringeA unit of count defining the number of syringes (syringe: a small device for pumping, spraying and/or injecting liquids through a small aperture).
T0
telecommunication line in serviceA unit of count defining the number of lines in service.
T3
thousand pieceA unit of count defining the number of pieces in multiples of 1000 (piece: a single item, article or exemplar).
TAH
kiloampere hour (thousand ampere hour)
TAN
total acid numberA 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.
TI
thousand square inch
TIC
metric ton, including containerA unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a product, including its container.
TIP
metric ton, including inner packagingA unit of mass defining the number of metric tons of a product, including its inner packaging materials.
TKM
tonne kilometreA unit of information typically used for billing purposes, expressed as the number of tonnes (metric tons) moved over a distance of one kilometre.
TMS
kilogram of imported meat, less offalA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of imported meat, disregarding less valuable byproducts such as the entrails.
TNE
tonne (metric ton)Synonym: metric ton
TP
ten packA unit of count defining the number of items in multiples of 10.
TPI
teeth per inchThe number of teeth per inch.
TPR
ten pairA unit of count defining the number of pairs in multiples of 10 (pair: item described by two's).
TQD
thousand cubic metre per dayA unit of volume equal to one thousand cubic metres per day.
TRL
trillion (EUR)
TST
ten setA unit of count defining the number of sets in multiples of 10 (set: a number of objects grouped together).
TTS
ten thousand sticksA unit of count defining the number of sticks in multiples of 10000 (stick: slender and often cylindrical piece of a substance).
U1
treatmentA unit of count defining the number of treatments (treatment: subjection to the action of a chemical, physical or biological agent).
U2
tabletA unit of count defining the number of tablets (tablet: a small flat or compressed solid object).
UB
telecommunication line in service averageA unit of count defining the average number of lines in service.
UC
telecommunication portA unit of count defining the number of network access ports.
VA
volt  ampere per kilogram
VLT
volt
VP
percent volumeA measure of concentration, typically expressed as the percentage volume of a solute in a solution.
W2
wet kiloA unit of mass defining the number of kilograms of a product, including the water content of the product.
WA
watt per kilogram
WB
wet poundA unit of mass defining the number of pounds of a material, including the water content of the material.
WCD
cordA unit of volume used for measuring lumber. One board foot equals 1/12 of a cubic foot.
WE
wet tonA unit of mass defining the number of tons of a material, including the water content of the material.
WEB
weber
WEE
week
WG
wine gallonA unit of volume equal to 231 cubic inches.
WHR
watt hour
WM
working monthA unit of time defining the number of working months.
WSD
standardA unit of volume of finished lumber equal to 165 cubic feet. Synonym: standard cubic foot
WTT
watt
X1
Gunter's chainA unit of distance used or formerly used by British surveyors.
YDK
square yard
YDQ
cubic yard
YRD
yard
Z11
hanging containerA unit of count defining the number of hanging containers.
ZP
pageA unit of count defining the number of pages.
ZZ
mutually definedA unit of measure as agreed in common between two or more parties.
X1A
Drum, steelX1B
Drum, aluminiumX1D
Drum, plywoodX1F
Container, flexibleA packaging container of flexible construction.
X1G
Drum, fibreX1W
Drum, woodenX2C
Barrel, woodenX3A
Jerrican, steelX3H
Jerrican, plasticX43
Bag, super bulkA cloth plastic or paper based bag having the dimensions of the pallet on which it is constructed.
X44
Bag, polybagA type of plastic bag, typically used to wrap promotional pieces, publications, product samples, and/or catalogues.
X4A
Box, steelX4B
Box, aluminiumX4C
Box, natural woodX4D
Box, plywoodX4F
Box, reconstituted woodX4G
Box, fibreboardX4H
Box, plasticX5H
Bag, woven plasticX5L
Bag, textileX5M
Bag, paperX6H
Composite packaging, plastic receptacleX6P
Composite packaging, glass receptacleX7A
Case, carA type of portable container designed to store equipment for carriage in an automobile.
X7B
Case, woodenA case made of wood for retaining substances or articles.
X8A
Pallet, woodenA platform or openended box, made of wood, on which goods are retained for ease of mechanical handling during transport and storage.
X8B
Crate, woodenA receptacle, made of wood, on which goods are retained for ease of mechanical handling during transport and storage.
X8C
Bundle, woodenLoose or unpacked pieces of wood tied or wrapped together.
XAA
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plasticXAB
Receptacle, fibreContainment vessel made of fibre used for retaining substances or articles.
XAC
Receptacle, paperContainment vessel made of paper for retaining substances or articles.
XAD
Receptacle, woodenContainment vessel made of wood for retaining substances or articles.
XAE
AerosolXAF
Pallet, modular, collars 80cms * 60cmsStandard sized pallet of dimensions 80 centimeters by 60 centimeters (cms).
XAG
Pallet, shrinkwrappedPallet load secured with transparent plastic film that has been wrapped around and then shrunk tightly.
XAH
Pallet, 100cms * 110cmsStandard sized pallet of dimensions 100centimeters by 110 centimeters (cms).
XAI
ClamshellXAJ
ConeContainer used in the transport of linear material such as yarn.
XAL
BallA spherical containment vessel for retaining substances or articles.
XAM
Ampoule, nonprotectedXAP
Ampoule, protectedXAT
AtomizerXAV
CapsuleXB4
BeltA band use to retain multiple articles together.
XBA
BarrelXBB
BobbinXBC
Bottlecrate / bottlerackXBD
BoardXBE
BundleXBF
Balloon, nonprotectedXBG
BagA receptacle made of flexible material with an open or closed top.
XBH
BunchXBI
BinXBJ
BucketXBK
BasketXBL
Bale, compressedXBM
BasinXBN
Bale, noncompressedXBO
Bottle, nonprotected, cylindricalA narrownecked cylindrical shaped vessel without external protective packing material.
XBP
Balloon, protectedXBQ
Bottle, protected cylindricalA narrownecked cylindrical shaped vessel with external protective packing material.
XBR
BarXBS
Bottle, nonprotected, bulbousA narrownecked bulb shaped vessel without external protective packing material.
XBT
BoltXBU
ButtXBV
Bottle, protected bulbousA narrownecked bulb shaped vessel with external protective packing material.
XBW
Box, for liquidsXBX
BoxXBY
Board, in bundle/bunch/trussXBZ
Bars, in bundle/bunch/trussXCA
Can, rectangularXCB
Crate, beerXCC
ChurnXCD
Can, with handle and spoutXCE
CreelXCF
CofferXCG
CageXCH
ChestXCI
CanisterXCJ
CoffinXCK
CaskXCL
CoilXCM
CardA flat package usually made of fibreboard from/to which product is often hung or attached.
XCN
Container, not otherwise specified as transport equipmentXCO
Carboy, nonprotectedXCP
Carboy, protectedXCQ
CartridgePackage containing a charge such as propelling explosive for firearms or ink toner for a printer.
XCR
CrateXCS
CaseXCT
CartonXCU
CupXCV
CoverXCW
Cage, rollXCX
Can, cylindricalXCY
CylinderXCZ
CanvasXDA
Crate, multiple layer, plasticXDB
Crate, multiple layer, woodenXDC
Crate, multiple layer, cardboardXDG
Cage, Commonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP)XDH
Box, Commonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP), EuroboxA box mounted on a pallet base under the control of CHEP.
XDI
Drum, ironXDJ
Demijohn, nonprotectedXDK
Crate, bulk, cardboardXDL
Crate, bulk, plasticXDM
Crate, bulk, woodenXDN
DispenserXDP
Demijohn, protectedXDR
DrumXDS
Tray, one layer no cover, plasticXDT
Tray, one layer no cover, woodenXDU
Tray, one layer no cover, polystyreneXDV
Tray, one layer no cover, cardboardXDW
Tray, two layers no cover, plastic trayXDX
Tray, two layers no cover, woodenXDY
Tray, two layers no cover, cardboardXEC
Bag, plasticXED
Case, with pallet baseXEE
Case, with pallet base, woodenXEF
Case, with pallet base, cardboardXEG
Case, with pallet base, plasticXEH
Case, with pallet base, metalXEI
Case, isothermicXEN
EnvelopeXFB
FlexibagA flexible containment bag made of plastic, typically for the transportation bulk nonhazardous cargoes using standard size shipping containers.
XFC
Crate, fruitXFD
Crate, framedXFE
FlexitankA flexible containment tank made of plastic, typically for the transportation bulk nonhazardous cargoes using standard size shipping containers.
XFI
FirkinXFL
FlaskXFO
FootlockerXFP
FilmpackXFR
FrameXFT
FoodtainerXFW
Cart, flatbedWheeled flat bedded device on which trays or other regular shaped items are packed for transportation purposes.
XFX
Bag, flexible containerXGB
Bottle, gasA narrownecked metal cylinder for retention of liquefied or compressed gas.
XGI
GirderXGL
Container, gallonA container with a capacity of one gallon.
XGR
Receptacle, glassContainment vessel made of glass for retaining substances or articles.
XGU
Tray, containing horizontally stacked flat itemsTray containing flat items stacked on top of one another.
XGY
Bag, gunnyA sack made of gunny or burlap, used for transporting coarse commodities, such as grains, potatoes, and other agricultural products.
XGZ
Girders, in bundle/bunch/trussXHA
Basket, with handle, plasticXHB
Basket, with handle, woodenXHC
Basket, with handle, cardboardXHG
HogsheadXHN
HangerA purpose shaped device with a hook at the top for hanging items from a rail.
XHR
HamperXIA
Package, display, woodenXIB
Package, display, cardboardXIC
Package, display, plasticXID
Package, display, metalXIE
Package, showXIF
Package, flowA flexible tubular package or skin, possibly transparent, often used for containment of foodstuffs (e.g. salami sausage).
XIG
Package, paper wrappedXIH
Drum, plasticXIK
Package, cardboard, with bottle gripholesPackaging material made out of cardboard that facilitates the separation of individual glass or plastic bottles.
XIL
Tray, rigid, lidded stackable (CEN TS 14482:2002)Lidded stackable rigid tray compliant with CEN TS 14482:2002.
XIN
IngotXIZ
Ingots, in bundle/bunch/trussXJB
Bag, jumboA flexible containment bag, widely used for storage, transportation and handling of powder, flake or granular materials. Typically constructed from woven polypropylene (PP) fabric in the form of cubic bags.
XJC
Jerrican, rectangularXJG
JugXJR
JarXJT
JutebagXJY
Jerrican, cylindricalXKG
KegXKI
KitA set of articles or implements used for a specific purpose.
XLE
LuggageA collection of bags, cases and/or containers which hold personal belongings for a journey.
XLG
LogXLT
LotXLU
LugA wooden box for the transportation and storage of fruit or vegetables.
XLV
LiftvanA wooden or metal container used for packing household goods and personal effects.
XLZ
Logs, in bundle/bunch/trussXMA
Crate, metalContainment box made of metal for retaining substances or articles.
XMB
Bag, multiplyXMC
Crate, milkXME
Container, metalA type of containment box made of metal for retaining substances or articles, not otherwise specified as transport equipment.
XMR
Receptacle, metalContainment vessel made of metal for retaining substances or articles.
XMS
Sack, multiwallXMT
MatXMW
Receptacle, plastic wrappedContainment vessel wrapped with plastic for retaining substances or articles.
XMX
MatchboxXNA
Not availableXNE
Unpacked or unpackagedXNF
Unpacked or unpackaged, single unitXNG
Unpacked or unpackaged, multiple unitsXNS
NestXNT
NetXNU
Net, tube, plasticXNV
Net, tube, textileXOA
Pallet, CHEP 40 cm x 60 cmCommonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP) standard pallet of dimensions 40 centimeters x 60 centimeters.
XOB
Pallet, CHEP 80 cm x 120 cmCommonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP) standard pallet of dimensions 80 centimeters x 120 centimeters.
XOC
Pallet, CHEP 100 cm x 120 cmCommonwealth Handling Equipment Pool (CHEP) standard pallet of dimensions 100 centimeters x 120 centimeters.
XOD
Pallet, AS 40681993Australian standard pallet of dimensions 115.5 centimeters x 116.5 centimeters.
XOE
Pallet, ISO T11ISO standard pallet of dimensions 110 centimeters x 110 centimeters, prevalent in Asia  Pacific region.
XOF
Platform, unspecified weight or dimensionA pallet equivalent shipping platform of unknown dimensions or unknown weight.
XOK
BlockA solid piece of a hard substance, such as granite, having one or more flat sides.
XOT
OctabinA standard cardboard container of large dimensions for storing for example vegetables, granules of plastics or other dry products.
XOU
Container, outerA type of containment box that serves as the outer shipping container, not otherwise specified as transport equipment.
XP2
PanA shallow, wide, open container, usually of metal.
XPA
PacketSmall package.
XPB
Pallet, box Combined openended box and palletXPC
ParcelXPD
Pallet, modular, collars 80cms * 100cmsStandard sized pallet of dimensions 80 centimeters by 100 centimeters (cms).
XPE
Pallet, modular, collars 80cms * 120cmsStandard sized pallet of dimensions 80 centimeters by 120 centimeters (cms).
XPF
PenA small open top enclosure for retaining animals.
XPG
PlateXPH
PitcherXPI
PipeXPJ
PunnetXPK
PackageStandard packaging unit.
XPL
PailXPN
PlankXPO
PouchXPP
PieceA loose or unpacked article.
XPR
Receptacle, plasticContainment vessel made of plastic for retaining substances or articles.
XPT
PotXPU
TrayXPV
Pipes, in bundle/bunch/trussXPX
PalletPlatform or openended box, usually made of wood, on which goods are retained for ease of mechanical handling during transport and storage.
XPY
Plates, in bundle/bunch/trussXPZ
Planks, in bundle/bunch/trussXQA
Drum, steel, nonremovable headXQB
Drum, steel, removable headXQC
Drum, aluminium, nonremovable headXQD
Drum, aluminium, removable headXQF
Drum, plastic, nonremovable headXQG
Drum, plastic, removable headXQH
Barrel, wooden, bung typeXQJ
Barrel, wooden, removable headXQK
Jerrican, steel, nonremovable headXQL
Jerrican, steel, removable headXQM
Jerrican, plastic, nonremovable headXQN
Jerrican, plastic, removable headXQP
Box, wooden, natural wood, ordinaryXQQ
Box, wooden, natural wood, with sift proof wallsXQR
Box, plastic, expandedXQS
Box, plastic, solidXRD
RodXRG
RingXRJ
Rack, clothing hangerXRK
RackXRL
ReelCylindrical rotatory device with a rim at each end on which materials are wound.
XRO
RollXRT
RednetContainment material made of red mesh netting for retaining articles (e.g. trees).
XRZ
Rods, in bundle/bunch/trussXSA
SackXSB
SlabXSC
Crate, shallowXSD
SpindleXSE
SeachestXSH
SachetXSI
SkidA low movable platform or pallet to facilitate the handling and transport of goods.
XSK
Case, skeletonXSL
SlipsheetHard plastic sheeting primarily used as the base on which to stack goods to optimise the space within a container. May be used as an alternative to a palletized packaging.
XSM
SheetmetalXSO
SpoolA packaging container used in the transport of such items as wire, cable, tape and yarn.
XSP
Sheet, plastic wrappingXSS
Case, steelXST
SheetXSU
SuitcaseXSV
Envelope, steelXSW
ShrinkwrappedGoods retained in a transparent plastic film that has been wrapped around and then shrunk tightly on to the goods.
XSY
SleeveXSZ
Sheets, in bundle/bunch/trussXT1
TabletA loose or unpacked article in the form of a bar, block or piece.
XTB
TubXTC
TeachestXTD
Tube, collapsibleXTE
TyreA ring made of rubber and/or metal surrounding a wheel.
XTG
Tank container, genericA specially constructed container for transporting liquids and gases in bulk.
XTI
TierceXTK
Tank, rectangularXTL
Tub, with lidXTN
TinXTO
TunXTR
TrunkXTS
TrussXTT
Bag, toteA capacious bag or basket.
XTU
TubeXTV
Tube, with nozzleA tube made of plastic, metal or cardboard fitted with a nozzle, containing a liquid or semiliquid product, e.g. silicon.
XTW
Pallet, triwallA lightweight pallet made from heavy duty corrugated board.
XTY
Tank, cylindricalXTZ
Tubes, in bundle/bunch/trussXUC
UncagedXUN
UnitA type of package composed of a single item or object, not otherwise specified as a unit of transport equipment.
XVA
VatXVG
Bulk, gas (at 1031 mbar and 15°C)XVI
VialXVK
VanpackA type of wooden crate.
XVL
Bulk, liquidXVO
Bulk, solid, large particles (“nodules”)XVP
VacuumpackedXVQ
Bulk, liquefied gas (at abnormal temperature/pressure)XVN
VehicleA selfpropelled means of conveyance.
XVR
Bulk, solid, granular particles (“grains”)XVS
Bulk, scrap metalLoose or unpacked scrap metal transported in bulk form.
XVY
Bulk, solid, fine particles (“powders”)XWA
Intermediate bulk containerA reusable container made of metal, plastic, textile, wood or composite materials used to facilitate transportation of bulk solids and liquids in manageable volumes.
XWB
WickerbottleXWC
Intermediate bulk container, steelXWD
Intermediate bulk container, aluminiumXWF
Intermediate bulk container, metalXWG
Intermediate bulk container, steel, pressurised > 10 kpaXWH
Intermediate bulk container, aluminium, pressurised > 10 kpaXWJ
Intermediate bulk container, metal, pressure 10 kpaXWK
Intermediate bulk container, steel, liquidXWL
Intermediate bulk container, aluminium, liquidXWM
Intermediate bulk container, metal, liquidXWN
Intermediate bulk container, woven plastic, without coat/linerXWP
Intermediate bulk container, woven plastic, coatedXWQ
Intermediate bulk container, woven plastic, with linerXWR
Intermediate bulk container, woven plastic, coated and linerXWS
Intermediate bulk container, plastic filmXWT
Intermediate bulk container, textile with out coat/linerXWU
Intermediate bulk container, natural wood, with inner linerXWV
Intermediate bulk container, textile, coatedXWW
Intermediate bulk container, textile, with linerXWX
Intermediate bulk container, textile, coated and linerXWY
Intermediate bulk container, plywood, with inner linerXWZ
Intermediate bulk container, reconstituted wood, with inner linerXXA
Bag, woven plastic, without inner coat/linerXXB
Bag, woven plastic, sift proofXXC
Bag, woven plastic, water resistantXXD
Bag, plastics filmXXF
Bag, textile, without inner coat/linerXXG
Bag, textile, sift proofXXH
Bag, textile, water resistantXXJ
Bag, paper, multiwallXXK
Bag, paper, multiwall, water resistantXYA
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in steel drumXYB
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in steel crate boxXYC
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in aluminium drumXYD
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in aluminium crateXYF
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in wooden boxXYG
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in plywood drumXYH
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in plywood boxXYJ
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in fibre drumXYK
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in fibreboard boxXYL
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in plastic drumXYM
Composite packaging, plastic receptacle in solid plastic boxXYN
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in steel drumXYP
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in steel crate boxXYQ
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in aluminium drumXYR
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in aluminium crateXYS
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in wooden boxXYT
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in plywood drumXYV
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in wickerwork hamperXYW
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in fibre drumXYX
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in fibreboard boxXYY
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in expandable plastic packXYZ
Composite packaging, glass receptacle in solid plastic packXZA
Intermediate bulk container, paper, multiwallXZB
Bag, largeXZC
Intermediate bulk container, paper, multiwall, water resistantXZD
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, with structural equipment, solidsXZF
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, freestanding, solidsXZG
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, with structural equipment, pressurisedXZH
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, freestanding, pressurisedXZJ
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, with structural equipment, liquidsXZK
Intermediate bulk container, rigid plastic, freestanding, liquidsXZL
Intermediate bulk container, composite, rigid plastic, solidsXZM
Intermediate bulk container, composite, flexible plastic, solidsXZN
Intermediate bulk container, composite, rigid plastic, pressurisedXZP
Intermediate bulk container, composite, flexible plastic, pressurisedXZQ
Intermediate bulk container, composite, rigid plastic, liquidsXZR
Intermediate bulk container, composite, flexible plastic, liquidsXZS
Intermediate bulk container, compositeXZT
Intermediate bulk container, fibreboardXZU
Intermediate bulk container, flexibleXZV
Intermediate bulk container, metal, other than steelXZW
Intermediate bulk container, natural woodXZX
Intermediate bulk container, plywoodXZY
Intermediate bulk container, reconstituted wood