kilogram force


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kilogram force

n. Abbr. kgf
The gravitational force of a kilogram weight or a one-kilogram mass multiplied by the acceleration of standard Earth gravity, equal to 9.8 newtons.
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6-liter turbo engine coupled with a manual transmission will obviously have higher acceleration with torque of 27 kilogram force meters at a tachometer range of 2,000 RPM to 4,000 RPM.
It comes with multiple power plugs and a digital output that displays measurement settings in pound force (Ibf), kilogram force (kgf) and Newton (N), making the Tester appropriate for global use.
It comes with multiple power plugs and a digital output that displays measurement settings in pound force (lbf), kilogram force (kgf) and newton (N), making the Hand-Held Wire Crimp Pull-Force Tester ideal for global use.