pound-force


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pound-force

(pound′fôrs′)
n.
A unit of force equal to the weight of one pound-mass in a gravitational field of one gee, about 4.44822 newtons.
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For example, some of the smaller Bobcat compact excavator models feature bucket breakout forces of 3,620 pound-force and 4,991 pound-force, respectively.
This process was carried out 2 to 3 days prior to the consumer test, and the kiwifruit were allowed to ripen at 68[degrees]F (20[degrees]C) until they reached 2 to 3 pounds-force (1 pound-force equals 4.
It is designed for high temperature service up to 200 degree C at pressures of 250 pound-force per square inch gauge (psig).