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Unit of Measure Codes

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Unit of MeasureCodeDefinition
15 C CalorieA1 
Access LineAL 
AcreACR 
Actual Ton26 
Additional MinuteAH 
Air Dry Metric TonMD 
Alcoholic Strength By MassASM 
Alcoholic Strength By VolumeASU 
Aluminium Pound OnlyAP 
AmpereAMP 
Ampere HourAMHA unit of electric charge defining the amount of charge accumulated by a steady flow of one ampere for one hour.
Ampere Per CentimetreA2 
Ampere Per MetreAE 
Ampere Per MillimetreA3 
Ampere Per Square CentimetreA4 
Ampere Per Square MetreA41 
Ampere Per Square Metre Kelvin SquaredA6 
Ampere Per Square MillimetreA7 
Ampere SecondA8 
Ampere Square MetreA5 
Ampere Square Metre Per Joule SecondA10 
Ampere Tum Per Centimetre73 
AmpouleAM 
AngstromA11A unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimetre, 10–10 metre, used mainly to express wavelengths and interatomic distances.
Anti XA UnitAXUA unit of measure for blood potency. Units for the anti XA activity which is a measure to the anti coagulating effect at low molecular heparins.
Anti-Hemophilic Factor (Ahf) UnitAQ 
AreARE 
AssemblyAY 
AssortmentASA unit of count defining the number of assortments (assortment: set of items grouped in a mixed collection).
Astronomical UnitA12 
Atomic Mass Units (AMU)D43 
AttojouleA13 
Average Minute Per CallAI 
BagBG 
BaleBL 
BallAA 
BandD92 
BarBRThe bar is widely used in descriptions of pressure; 1 bar = 100 kilopascals 0.987 atmospheres.
Bar (unit of pressure)BARThe bar is widely used in descriptions of pressure; 1 bar = 100 kilopascals 0.987 atmospheres.
BargeNB 
BarnA14 
Barn Per Electron VoltA15 
Barn Per Steradian Electron Volt,A16 
Barn Per SterdianA17 
Barrel (Us) Per DayB1 
Barrel Per Minute5A 
Barrel USBLLThere are varying standards for barrel for some specific commodities, including 31 gal for beer, 40 gal for whiskey or kerosene, and 42 gal for petroleum. The general standard for liquids is 31.5 gal or half a hogshead; the general standard for dry contents is 7,056 Cubic Inches.
Barrel, ImperialB4 
Base boxBBA 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.
Base WeightBW 
BasketBK 
Batch5B 
BattB9 
Batting PoundB3 
BeamD79 
Beats Per MinuteBPM 
BecquerelBQLThe SI derived unit of radioactivity. One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. SI uses the becquerel rather than the second for the unit of activity measure to avoid dangerous mistakes: a measurement in becquerels is proportional to activity, and thus a more dangerous source of radiation gives a higher reading. A measurement in seconds is inversely proportional.
Becquerel Per KilogramA18 
Becquerel Per Metre CubedA19 
BeltE2 
BilletB5 
Bin2W 
Bit per secondB10In telecommunications and computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a variable R or fb) is the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time.The bit rate is quantified using the bits per second (bit/s or bps) unit.
BlockD64 
BoardBD 
Board FootBFTA specialized unit of measure for the volume of rough lumber (before drying and planing with no adjustments) or planed/surfaced lumber. It is the volume of a one-foot length of a board one foot wide and one inch thick. Some countries utilize the synonym super foot or superficial foot.
Bobbin4A 
BoltBT 
BookD63A unit of count defining the number of books (book: set of items bound together or written document of a material whole).
BottleBO 
BoxBX 
Brake Horse PowerBHP 
British thermal unitBTUA traditional unit of energy. It is approximately the amount of energy needed to heat one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. One Btu is equal to about 1.06 kilojoules. It is used in the power, steam generation, heating and air conditioning industries.
British Thermal Unit Per Hour2I 
British Thermal Unit Per Hour Square Foot Degree RankinA23 
British Thermal Unit Per PoundAZ 
British Thermal Unit Per Pound Degree RankinA21 
British Thermal Unit Per Second Foot Degree RankinA22 
British Thermal Unit Per Second Square Foot Degree RankinA20 
BrushBH 
Btu Per Cubic FootB0 
BucketBJ 
BulkVQ 
Bulk Car Load48 
Bulk PackAB 
BunB6 
BundleBE 
BunkB2 
Bushel (UK)BUIA bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture
Bushel (US)BUAA bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture
ByteAD 
Caboose Count1D 
Caboose Mile1H 
CakeKA 
CallC0 
CalorieD70A calorie is 1/100 of the amount of energy required to warm one gram of air-free water from 0 °C to 100 °C at standard atmospheric pressure; this is about 4.190 J. Its use is archaic, having been replaced by the SI unit of energy, the joule. However, in many countries it remains in common use as a unit of food energy. In the context of nutrition, and especially food labelling, the calorie is approximately equal to 4.1868 joules (J), and energy values are normally quoted in kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal). This code is being deprecated. Use code E14 Kilocalorie to express food calories.
Calorie - Calorie Per Cubic Centimetre92 
Calorie Per Gram93 
CanCA 
CandelaCDL 
Candela per Square MetreA24 
Cap4B 
CapsuleAV 
CarNC 
Car Count1B 
Car Mile1A 
CarboyCO 
CardCGA unit of count defining the number of units of card (card: thick stiff paper or cardboard).
CarloadC4 
Carrying Capacity In Metric TonCCT 
CarsetC2 
CartonCT 
CartridgeCQ 
CaseCS 
CaskZ3 
CassetteD66 
Catch Weight31 
CellC6 
Cental (Uk)CNT 
CentigramCGMA centigram is one hundredth (1/100) of a gram
CentilitreCLTA centilitre is one hundredth (1/100) of a litre
CentimetreCMTA centimetre is equal to one hundredth of a metre.
Centimetre Per Second2M 
CentipoiseC7 
Centisimal Hahnemannian Dilution (CH)X_CHD 
Centistokes4C 
ChainX1 
ChestZ2 
Cheval VapeurA25 
CoilCL 
Coil GroupC9 
Colony Forming UnitsCFU 
Column InchII 
ComboCZ 
Composite Product Pound (Total Weight)C1 
ConeCJ 
Conference PointZ6 
ConnectorCK 
ContainerCH 
Conventional Millimetre Of MercuryHNConventional millimetre of mercury mm Hg.
Conventional Millimetre Of WaterHP 
CopAJ 
CordWCD 
CostC5 
CoulombCOU 
Coulomb MetreA26 
Coulomb Metre Squared Per VoltA27 
Coulomb Per Cubic CentimetreA28 
Coulomb Per Cubic MetreA29 
Coulomb Per Cubic MillimetreA30 
Coulomb Per KilogramCKG 
Coulomb Per Kilogram SecondA31 
Coulomb Per MoleA32 
Coulomb Per Square CentimetreA33 
Coulomb Per Square MetreA34 
Coulomb Per Square MillimetreA35 
Count1NCount
Count Per CentimetreIT 
Count Per InchIC 
Count Per Minute5K 
CoverCV 
CrateCR 
Cubic centimetreCMQA cubic centimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one centimetre (0.01 m) equal to a millilitre.
Cubic Centimetre Per MoleA36 
Cubic Centimetre Per Second2J 
Cubic decimetreDMQA cubic decimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one decimetre (0.1 m)
Cubic Decimetre Per MoleA37 
Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Square Foot36 
Cubic footFTQA cubic foot is the volume of a cube of side length one foot (0.3048 m) .
Cubic Foot Per Hour2K 
Cubic Foot Per Minute2L 
Cubic inchINQA cubic inch is the volume of a cube of side length one inch (0.254 m).
Cubic metreMTQA cubic metre is the volume of a cube of side length one metre.
Cubic Metre (Net)D90 
Cubic Metre Per CoulombA38 
Cubic Metre Per HourMQHCubic Metre Per Hour
Cubic Metre Per KilogramA39 
Cubic Metre Per MoleA40 
Cubic Metre Per SecondMQS 
Cubic millimetreMMQA cubic millimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one milliimetre (0.001 m)
Cubic YardYDQ 
CupCU 
Cup (US)G21Cup (US)
CurieCUR 
Curie Per KilogramA42 
Curl Unit94 
CycleB7 
CylinderCY 
Data RecordDQ 
DaysDAYA day is one three hundreds and sixty fifth (1/365) of a year
Deadweight TonnageA43A 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.
DealDE 
DecadeDEC 
DecagramDJ 
DecalitreA44 
DecametreA45 
DecareDAA 
DecibarX_DBA 
Decibel2NA measurement for sound in air and other gases, relative to 20 micropascals (μPa) = 2×10−5 Pa, the quietest sound a human can hear. This is roughly the sound of a mosquito flying 3 metres away. This is often abbreviated to just "dB"; however the correct abbreviation is dB(SPL), indicating decibel for Sound Pressure Level.
DecigramDGA decigram is one tenth (1/10) of a gram.
DecilitreDLTA decilitre is one tenth (1/10) of a litre.
Decilitre Per Gram22 
DecimetreDMTA decimetre is equal to one tenth of a metre.
Decinewton MetreDN 
DecitexA47 
DecitonneDTN 
Degree (Unit of Angel)DDA measurement of plane angle, representing 1⁄360 of a full rotation; one degree is equivalent to π/180 radians.
Degree CelsiusCELCelsius (also historically known as centigrade) is a temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius (°C) and the boiling point 100 °C (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 100 degrees apart.
Degree FahrenheitFAHThe Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and the boiling point 212 °F (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 180 degrees apart.
Degree RankinA48 
DenierA49 
Directory BookDY 
Disk (Disc)DC 
DispenserDI 
Displacement TonnageDPT 
DisplayDS 
Dollar Per HourD67 
DoseE27A unit of count defining the number of doses (dose: a definite quantity of a medicine or drug).
Dots per inchE39A unit of count defining the number of dots per linear inch as a measure of the resolution or sharpness of a graphic image.
DozenDZNA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 12.
Dozen PackDZP 
Dozen PairDPR 
Dozen PieceDPC 
Dozen RollDRL 
Drachm (Uk)DRM 
Draize ScoreD8 
Dram (UK)DRIThe dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The fluid dram is defined as 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.551 632 812 500 0 mL in the Commonwealth and Ireland. In England dram came to mean a small draught of cordial or alcohol; hence the term dram-house for the taverns where one could purchase a dram.
Dram (US)DRAThe dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The term also refers to the fluid dram, a measure of capacity equal 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.696 691 195 312 5 mL in the United States.
DrumDR 
Dry Barrel (Us)BLD 
Dry Gallon (Us)GLD 
Dry Pint (US)PTDThe United States dry pint is equal one eighth of a US dry gallon or one half US dry quarts. It is used in the United States but is not as common as the liquid pint.
Dry PoundDB 
Dry TonDT 
Dyn Second Per Cubic CentimetreA50 
DyneDU 
Dyne Per CentimetreDX 
Dyne Per Square CentimeterD9 
Dyne Second Per CentimetreA51 
Dyne Second Per Centimetre To The FifthA52 
EachEAA unit of count defining the number of items regarded as separate units.
Each Per MonthEC 
Eight PackP8 
Electronic Mail BoxEB 
ElectronvoltA53 
Electronvolt Per MetreA54 
Electronvolt Square MetreA55 
Electronvolt Square Metre Per KilogramA56 
Eleven PackEP 
ELISA UnitsELUEnzyme-linked immunosorbent assay unit, is always associated with a product and a method.
Empty Car1E 
EnvelopeEV 
Equivalent GallonEQ 
ErgA57 
Erg Per CentimetreA58 
Erg Per Cubic CentimetreA60 
Erg Per GramA61 
Erg Per Gram SecondA62 
Erg Per SecondA63 
Erg Per Second Square CentimetreA64 
Erg Per Square Centimetre SecondA65 
Erg Square CentimetreA66 
Erg Square Centimetre Per GramA67 
ExajouleA68 
Failure Rate In Time63 
FaradFAR 
Farad Per MetreA69 
FathomAK 
FemtojouleA70 
FemtolitreQ32 
FemtometreA71 
Fibre Per Cubic Centimetre Of AirF9 
FieldFB 
Fifteen Kg Drum98 
Fifty Lb Bag47 
Fifty Lb Bulk Bag46 
Fiftyfive Gallon (Us) Drum18 
Five PackP5 
Fivehundred Kg Bulk Bag44 
Fixed Rate1I 
Flake TonFL 
Fluid ounce (UK)OZIA fluid ounce (UK) is equal to one thirtieth (1/30) of a UK pint or 28.4130625 millilitres.
Fluid ounce (US)OZAA fluid ounce (US) is equal to one sixteenth (1/16) of a US pint or 29.5735295625 millilitres .
FootFOTThe international foot is defined to be equal to 0.3048 meters.
Foot Per MinuteFR 
Foot Per SecondFS 
Foot Per Second SquaredA73 
Foot Pound-Force85 
Foot Pound-Force Per SecondA74 
Forty Foot Container21 
Four PackP4 
Freight TonA75 
French gaugeH79The French scale (most correctly abbreviated as Fr, but also often abbreviated as FR or F) is commonly used to measure the catheter size (Circumference is in millimeters), in which 1 Fr = 0.33 mm in diameter. In the French Gauge system as it is also known, the diameter in millimeters of the catheter can be determined by dividing the French size by 3, thus an increasing French size corresponds with a larger diameter catheter. The following equations summarize the relationships: D(mm) = Fr/3 or Fr = D(mm)*3
Fuel Usage Gallon (Us)1G 
Gage SystemGZ 
GalA76 
Gallon (UK)GLIThe imperial (UK) gallon was legally defined as 4.54609 litres.
Gallon (US)GLLThe U.S. liquid gallon is legally defined as 231 cubic inches, and is equal to exactly 3.785411784 litres or about 0.133680555 cubic feet.
Gallon (Us) Per DayGB 
Gallon Per Thousand Cubic FeetGW 
Gallon(Us) Per Thousand5CA number referring to the outer diameter of hypodermic or suture needles. Smaller gauge numbers indicate larger outer diameters. Inner diameter depends on both gauge and wall thickness. An increasing needle-gauge size corresponds to a smaller diameter needle. This is contrary to French Gauge where an increasing gauge size corresponds to a larger external diameter.
GaugeAWG 
Gauss76 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of DisplacementA77 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electic CurrentA78 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric ChargeA79 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric Field StrengthA80 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric PolarizationA81 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric PotentialA82 
Gaussian Cgs Unit Of MagnetizationA83 
GigabecquerelGBQ 
GigabyteE34 
Gigacoulomb Per Cubic MetreA84 
GigaelectronvoltA85 
GigahertzA86 
GigajouleGV 
GigaohmA87 
Gigaohm MetreA88 
GigapascalA89 
GigawattA90 
Gigawatt hourGWH 
Gill (Uk)GII 
Gill (Us)GIA 
GonA91 
GrainGRNA grain or troy grain is precisely 64.79891 milligrams. Exactly 7,000 grains per avoirdupois pound.
GramGRMOne one-thousandth of the kilogram (1×10-3 kg).
Gram Of Fissile IsotopeGFI 
Gram Per 100 GramGC 
Gram Per Cubic MetreA93 
Gram Per HourF27 
Gram Per KilogramGK 
Gram Per LitreGLA unit of measurement of mass concentration that shows how many grams of a certain substance are present in one litre.
Gram Per Metre (Gram Per 100 Centimetres)GF 
Gram Per MillilitreGJ 
Gram Per MoleA94 
Gram Per Square Centimetre25 
Gram per square metreGMIn the metric system, the density of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, is expressed in terms of grams per square meter (g/m2).This quantity is commonly called grammage both in English and French (ISO 536), though many English- speaking countries still refer to the "weight". The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density.
Grams Per Cubic Centimetre23Grams Per Cubic Centimetre
GrayA95 
Gray Per SecondA96 
Great GrossGGR 
GrossGROA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 144 (12 x 12).
Gross BarrelGD 
Gross GallonGN 
Gross kilogramE4A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms before deductions.
Gross Register TonGRT 
Gross TonGT 
Gross YardGY 
Group10 
Half dozenHDA unit of count defining the number of units in multiplt of six (6).
Half Gallon (Us)GH 
Half HourHT 
Half LitreH2 
Half PageH1 
Half Pint (Us)PV 
Half Year (6 Months)SAN 
HankHA 
Heat Lot8 
Heat Transfer CoefficientD55 
HectareHAR 
HectobarHBA 
HectogramHGMA hectogram is one hundred (100) grams
HectolitreHLTA hectolitre is one hundred (100) litres.
Hectolitre Of Pure AlcoholHPA 
HectometreHMT 
HectopascalA97 
Henry81 
Henry Per MetreA98 
HertzHTZ 
Histamine Equivalent PrickHEPHistamine equivalent prick testing for allergen.
HogsheadZ4 
Horse Power Day Per Air Dry Metric Ton30 
HourHURAn hour is a unit of measurement of time of the duration of 60 minutes, or 3600 seconds. It is 1/24 of a median Earth day.
HundredCEN 
Hundred board footBPA unit of volume equal to one hundred board foot.
Hundred BoxeHBX 
Hundred countHCA unit of count defining the number of units counted in multiples of 100.
Hundred Cubic FeetHH 
Hundred Cubic MetreFF 
Hundred FeetHF 
Hundred Feet (Linear)HL 
Hundred Fifteen Kg Drum16 
Hundred International UnitHIU 
Hundred KilogramHK 
Hundred Lb Drum17 
Hundred LeaveCLF 
Hundred Linear YardYL 
Hundred PackCNP 
Hundred pound (cwt) / hundred weight (US)CWAA unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System equal to 100 pounds (45.36 kilograms); also called cental.
Hundred SheetHI 
Hundred Square FeetHS 
Hundred Troy OunceHO 
Hundred weight (UK)CWIA unit of weight in the British Imperial System equal to 112 pounds (50.80 kilograms); also called quintal.
Hundred YardHY 
Hundredth Of A CaratHE 
Hydraulic Horse Power5J 
Imperial Gallon Per MinuteG3 
ImpressionIM 
Inch Per MinuteIL 
Inch Per Second (Linear Speed)IU 
Inch Per Second Squared (Acceleration)IV 
Inch Pound (Pound Inch)IA 
Inch To The Fourth PowerD69 
InchesINHAn international inch is defined to be equal to 25.4 millimeters.
Inches Of WaterIF 
Insurance PolicyIP 
International Table (It) Calorie Per GramD75 
International Table (It) Calorie Per Gram KelvinD76 
International Table (It) Calorie Per Second Centimetre KelvinD71 
International Table (It) Calorie Per Second Square Centimetre KelvinD72 
JarJR 
JointJO 
JouleJOU 
Joule Per Cubic MetreB8 
Joule Per GramD95 
Joule Per KelvinJE 
Joule Per KilogramJ2 
Joule Per Kilogram KelvinB11 
Joule Per MetreB12 
Joule Per Metre To The Fourth PowerB14 
Joule Per MoleB15 
Joule Per Mole KelvinB16 
Joule Per Square MetreB13 
Joule SecondB18 
Joule Square MetreD73 
Joule Square Metre Per KilogramB20 
JugJG 
JumboJB 
Kallikrein inactivator unit.KIU 
KegKG 
KelvinKELA unit of absolute temperature equal to 1/273.16 of the absolute temperature of the triple point of water. One kelvin degree is equal to one Celsius degree.
Kelvin Per WattB21 
Kilo Becquerel2Q 
KiloampereB22 
Kiloampere Hour (Thousand Ampere Hour)TAH 
Kiloampere Per MetreB24 
Kiloampere Per Square MetreB23 
KilobarKBA 
Kilobecquerel Per KilogramB25 
Kilobyte2P 
Kilocalorie (international table)E14 
KilocharacterKB 
KilocoulombB26 
Kilocoulomb Per Cubic MetreB27 
Kilocoulomb Per Square MetreB28 
Kilocurie2R 
KiloelectronvoltB29 
Kilogauss78 
KilogramKGMA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams.
Kilogram DecimalKD 
Kilogram Metre Per SecondB31 
Kilogram Metre SquaredB32 
Kilogram Metre Squared Per SecondB33 
Kilogram Named SubstanceKNS 
Kilogram Of NitrogenKNI 
Kilogram Of Phosphorus Pentoxide (Phosphoric Anhydride)KPP 
Kilogram Of Potassium Hydroxide (Caustic Potash)KPH 
Kilogram Of Potassium OxideKPO 
Kilogram Of Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda)KSH 
Kilogram Of Substance 90 % DryKSD 
Kilogram Of UraniumKUR 
Kilogram Per Air Dry Metric Ton32 
Kilogram Per Cubic DecimetreB34 
Kilogram Per Cubic MetreKMQ 
Kilogram Per Kilogram Of Product3H 
Kilogram Per LitreB35 
Kilogram Per MetreKL 
Kilogram Per Millimetre WidthKI 
Kilogram Per MoleD74 
Kilogram Per Piece Of Product3I 
Kilogram Per SecondKGSKilogram drained net weight
Kilogram per square centimetreD5A kilogram-force per square centimeter (kgf/cm2), often just kilogram per square centimeter (kg/cm2), or kilopond per square centimeter is a unit of pressure using metric units. Its use is now deprecated; it is not a part of the International System of Units (SI), the modern metric system. The unit is similar to the English unit psi (lbf/in2).
Kilogram per square metre28A unit of pressure equal to 9.80665*10-05 Bar
Kilogram-ForceB37 
Kilogram-Force MetreB38 
Kilogram-Force Metre Per SecondB39 
Kilogram-Force Per Square MetreB40 
Kilograms Per MillimeterKW 
KilohertzKHZ 
KilojouleKJO 
Kilojoule Per KelvinB41 
Kilojoule Per KilogramB42 
Kilojoule Per Kilogram KelvinB43 
Kilojoule Per MoleB44 
KilolitreK6 
Kilolitre Per Hour4X 
KilometreKMTA kilometre is one thousand (1000) metres
KilometreKTM 
Kilometre Per HourKMH 
KilomoleB45 
Kilomole Per Cubic MetreB46 
KilonewtonB47 
Kilonewton MetreB48 
Kilonewton Per Square MetreKNMKilonewton Per Square Metre
KiloohmB49 
Kiloohm MetreB50 
KilopacketKF 
KilopascalKPA 
Kilopascal Square Metres Per Gram33 
Kilopascals Per Millimetre34 
KilopondB51 
Kilopound Per Square Inch84 
KiloröntgenKR 
KilosecondB52 
KilosegmentKJ 
KilosiemensB53 
Kilosiemens Per MetreB54 
KilotonneKTN 
KilovarKVR 
KilovoltKVA 
KilovoltKVT 
Kilovolt Ampere (Reactive)K5 
Kilovolt Ampere Reactive DemandK2 
Kilovolt Ampere Reactive HourK3 
Kilovolt Per MetreB55 
KilowattKWTA kilowatt is one thousand (1000) watts
Kilowatt DemandK1 
Kilowatt hourKWH 
Kiloweber Per MetreB56 
KitKTA unit of count defining the number of kits (kit: tub, barrel or pail).
KnotKNT 
Korsakovian (K)X_KVN 
Labour HourLH 
Large SprayLJ 
LayerLRA unit of count defining the number of layers.
LeafLEF 
LengthLN 
Lift5 
Lift VanZ1 
Light YearB57 
Linear CentimetreLC 
Linear footLFA unit of count defining the number of feet (12-inch) in length of a uniform width object.
Linear InchLI 
Linear metreLMA unit of count defining the number of metres in length of a uniform width object.
Linear YardLY 
Linear Yard Per PoundLX 
LinkLKA unit of distance equal to 0.01 chain.
Liquid pint (US)PTLThe US liquid pint is equal one eighth of a United States liquid gallon.
Liquid PoundLP 
Liquid quart (US)QTLA US liquid quart exactly equals 57.75 cubic inches, which is exactly equal to 0.946352946 litres.
LiteLEA litre is defined as a special name for a cubic decimetre (1 L = 1 dm3 = 1000 cm3).
LitreLTR 
Litre Of Pure AlcoholLPALitre of pure alcohol
Litre Per DayLD 
Litre Per HourE32Litre Per Hour
Litre Per MinuteL2 
Litre Per MoleB58 
LoadNL 
Locomotive Count1C 
Locomotive Mile1K 
LotLO 
LugZ5 
LumenLUMLumen is a measure of the total quantity of visible light emitted by a light source.
Lumen HourB59 
Lumen Per WattB61 
Lumen SecondB62Lumen seconds is the SI derived unit of luminous energy. It is based on the lumen, the SI unit of luminous flux, and the second, the SI base unit of time. The lumen second is sometimes called the Talbot (symbol T).
Lumens per Square MeterB60 
Lump SumLS 
LuxLUX 
Lux HourB63 
Lux SecondB64 
Machine Per UnitMA 
Magnetic TapeM0 
Manmonth3C 
Mass PoundD98 
MatMT 
MaxwellB65 
MealQ3 
Mega LitreMAL 
Megaampere Per Square MetreB66 
Megabecquerel4N106 Bq1 Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second.
Megabecquerel Per KilogramB67 
Megabyte4LA unit of information equal to 10 (1000000) bytes.
MegacoulombD77 
Megacoulomb Per Cubic MetreB69 
Megacoulomb Per Square MetreB70 
MegaelectronvoltB71 
Megagram2U 
Megagram Per Cubic MetreB72 
Megagram Per Hour2V 
MegahertzMHZA unit of frenquecy equal to 106 Hertz
Megajoule3B 
Megajoule Per Cubic MetreJM 
Megajoule Per KilogramJK 
MegametreMAM 
MeganewtonB73 
Meganewton MetreB74 
MegaohmB75 
Megaohm MetreB76 
MegapascalMPA 
Megasiemens Per MetreB77 
MegavoltB78 
Megavolt – AmpereMVA 
Megavolt Per MetreB79 
MegawattMAWA 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.
Megawatt hour (1000 kW.h)MWHA unit of energy defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumed.
Mesh57 
MessageNF 
Message HourNH 
MetreMTRThe metre is the basic unit of length in the International System of Units (SI).
Metre KelvinD18 
Metre Per Minute2X 
Metre Per SecondMTS 
Metre Per Second SquaredMSK 
Metre To The Fourth PowerB83 
Metric CaratCTMMetric Carat
Metric Horse PowerHJ 
Metric Long TonE5 
MhoNQ 
MicroampereB84 
MicrobarB85 
MicrocoulombB86 
Microcoulomb Per Cubic MetreB87 
Microcoulomb Per Square MetreB88 
MicrocurieM5 
Microfarad4O 
Microfarad Per MetreB89 
Microfiche SheetG7 
MicrogramMCA microgram is one millionth of a gram (0.000001)
Microgram Per Cubic MeterGQ 
MicrohenryB90 
Microhenry Per MetreB91 
Micro-InchM7 
Microlitre4GA microlitre is one millionth of a litre
Micrometre4HA micrometre is one millionth of a metre, also termed Micron.
MicromhoNR 
MicromoleFH 
MicronewtonB92 
Micronewton MetreB93 
MicroohmB94 
Microohm MetreB95 
MicropascalB96 
MicroradianB97 
MicrosecondB98 
MicrosiemensB99 
MicroteslaD81 
MicrovoltD82 
Microvolt Per MetreC3 
MicrowattD80 
Microwatt Per Square MetreD85 
Mile (statute mile)SMI 
Mile Per HourHM 
Millesimai (LM)X_MLM 
Milliampere4K 
Milliampere hourE09 
MilliardMLD 
MillibarMBR 
MillicoulombD86 
Millicoulomb Per Cubic MetreD88 
Millicoulomb Per KilogramC8 
Millicoulomb Per Square MetreD89 
MillicurieMCU 
MilliequivalentsMEQ 
MillifaradC10 
MilligalC11 
MilligramMGMA milligram is one thousandth of a gram (0.001)
Milligram Per Cubic MetreGP 
Milligram Per Hour4M 
Milligram Per KilogramNAMilligram per Kilogram (mg/kg)
Milligram Per MetreC12 
Milligram Per Square Foot Per SideMF 
Milligram Per Square InchMK 
Milligrams Per LitreM1 
Milligrams Per Square MetreGO 
MilligrayC13 
MillihenryC14 
Milli-Inch77 
MillijouleC15 
MillilitreMLTA millilitre is one thousandth of a litre (0.001)
Millilitre Of WaterWW 
Millilitre Per KilogramKX 
Millilitre Per Minute41 
Millilitre Per Second40 
Millilitres Per Square Centimetre Second35 
MillimetreMMTA millimetre is one thousandth of a metre (0.001)
Millimetre Per SecondC16 
Millimetre Squared Per SecondC17 
MillimoleC18a millimole is one thousandth of a mole.
Millimole Per KilogramD87 
MillinewtonC20 
Millinewton MetreD83 
Millinewton Per MetreC22 
Milliohm MetreC23 
MillionMIO 
Million Btu Per 1000 Cubic FeetM9 
Million BtusBZ 
Million Cubic FeetFM 
Million Cubic MetreHMQ 
Million International Unit (NIE)MIUA unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 106.
Million Particle Per Cubic FootFD 
Million UnitUM 
Millipascal74 
Millipascal SecondC24 
MilliradianC25 
Milliröntgen2Y 
MillisecondC26A thousandth (1/1000) of a second.
MillisiemensC27 
MillisievertC28 
MilliteslaC29 
Millivolt2Z 
Millivolt Per KelvinD49 
Millivolt Per MetreC30 
MilliwattC31 
Milliwatt Per Square MetreC32 
MilliweberC33 
MinuteD61 
Minute (unit of time)MIN 
Mmscf/Day5E 
MoleC34The SI base unit of amount of substance; one of a few units used to measure this physical quantity.A mole will possess mass exactly equal to the substance's molecular or atomic weight in grams. That is to say, a substance's atomic or molecular mass in atomic mass units is the same as its molar mass in grams. Because of this, one can measure the number of moles in a pure substance by weighing it and comparing the result to its molecular or atomic weight
Mole Per Cubic DecimetreC35 
Mole Per Cubic MetreC36 
Mole Per KilogramC19 
Mole Per LitreC38 
Monetary ValueM4 
MonthMONUnit of time equal to 1/12 of a year of 365,25 days
Most Probable NumberMPNMost Probable Number: is a method of getting quantitative data on concentrations of discrete items from positive/negative (incidence) data..
Mother tincture (Dry material)X_MTC 
Mutually DefinedZZ 
NanoampereC39 
NanocoulombC40 
NanofaradC41 
Nanofarad Per MetreC42 
NanogramX_NGM 
NanohenryC43 
Nanohenry Per MetreC44 
NanolitreQ34The metric unit of volume equal to one billionth of a litre, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000001/liter.
NanometreC45A billionth of a metre (10 to the negative 9th power)
Nanoohm MetreC46 
NanosecondC47 
NanoteslaC48 
NanowattC49 
Nautical MileNMI 
NeperC50 
Neper Per SecondC51 
Net BarrelND 
Net Gallon (Us)NG 
Net Imperial GallonNI 
Net kilogram58A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms after deductions.
Net LitreNE 
Net Register TonNTT 
Net TonNT 
Newspage Agate LineZ8 
NewtonNEW 
Newton MetreNU 
Newton Metre SecondC53 
Newton Metre Squared Kilogram SquaredC54 
Newton Per Metre4P 
Newton Per Square MetreC55 
Newton Per Square MillimetreC56 
Newton SecondC57 
Newton Second Per MetreC58 
Nine PackP9 
Number Of ArticlesNAR 
Number Of BobbinsNBB 
Number Of CellsNCL 
Number of International UnitsNIU 
Number Of LinesN2 
Number Of MultsMV 
Number Of PacksNMP 
Number Of PairsNPRNumber of pairs
Number Of ParcelsNPL 
Number Of PartsNPT 
Number Of RollsNRL 
Number Of ScreensNJ 
OctaveC59 
Oersted66 
OhmOHM 
Ohm CentimetreC60 
Ohm MetreC61 
OneC62 
Oscillations Per MinuteOPM 
OunceONZA unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 30 grams
Ounce AvOZ 
Ounce Foot4R 
Ounce Inch4Q 
Ounce Per Square Foot37 
Ounces Per Square Foot Per 0,01 Inch38 
Ounces per square yardONThe weight of one square yard of the material expressed in ounces. Commonly used to express the density or weight of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, e.g. 20 OZ or 20 Weight denim has an area density of 20 oz/yd2.The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density.
Outfit11 
Overtime HourOT 
PackagePK 
PacketPA 
PadPDA unit of count defining the number of pads (pad: block of paper sheets fastened together at one end).
PageZP 
Page - ElectronicP0 
Page - FacsimileQA 
Page - hardcopyQBA 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).
Page Per InchPQ 
PailPL 
PairPRA unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's).
Pair InchPB 
Pallet (Lift)PF 
Pallet/Unit LoadD97 
PanelOA 
ParsecC63 
Part Per Billion (Us)61 
Part per million59A unit of proportion equal to 10-6 (ppm).
Part Per ThousandNX 
PascalPAL 
Pascal Per KelvinC64 
Pascal SecondC65 
Pascal Second Per Cubic MetreC66 
Pascal Second Per MetreC67 
PeckG23A peck is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints.
Peck Dry (Uk)PZ 
Peck Dry (Us)PYA peck is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints.
Pen CalorieN1 
Pen Gram (Protein)D23 
PennyweightDWTA pennyweight (abbreviated dwt or denarius weight) is a unit of mass that is equal to 24 grains, 1⁄20 of a troy ounce, 1⁄240 of a troy pound, and exactly 1.55517384 grams. (Usage- The pennyweight is the common weight used in the valuation and measurement of precious metals. Jewellers use the pennyweight in calculating the amount and cost of precious metals used in fabricating or casting jewellery. Similarly, dentists and dental labs still use the pennyweight as the measure of precious metals in dental crowns and inlays.)
PercentP1 
Percent Per 1000 Hour62 
Percent Weight60 
PersonIE 
PetajouleC68 
pH (potential of Hydrogen)Q30 
PhonC69 
PicaR1 
PicoampereC70 
PicocoulombC71 
Picofarad4T 
Picofarad Per MetreC72 
PicohenryC73 
PicolitreQ33Picolitre- Picoliter is the metric unit of volume equal to a trillionth (one millionth of a millionth) of a liter, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000000001/liter. just as the prefix nano denotes a billionth part.
PicometreC52Picometre- a trillionth of a metre (10 to the negative 12th power)
PicowattC75Picowatt is a derived metric SI (System International) measurement unit of power.The picowatt is equal to one trillionth of a watt (10-12W).
Picowatt Per Square MetreC76 
PieceH87A unit of count defining the number of pieces (piece: a single item, article or exemplar).
PiecePCE 
Pint (UK)PTIA pint (UK) is equal to 1/8 Gallon (UK); used primarly as a measure for beer and cider when sold by the glass.
Pint (Us)PT 
PitchPI 
PixelE37A unit of count defining the number of pixels (pixel: picture element).
Pixel per centimetreX_PPC 
Pixel per inchX_PPI 
Plaque Forming unit(s)PFU 
PlatePG 
PointPNT 
Poise89 
PortionPTNPortion
Potential Renal Solute LoadPRS 
PoundLBRThe international avoirdupois pound of exactly 0.45359237 kilogram.
Pound EquivalentPE 
Pound GageC77 
Pound GrossD96 
Pound NetPN 
Pound Per Air Dry Metric TonNY 
Pound Per Cubic Foot87 
Pound Per Cubic InchLA 
Pound Per FootP2 
Pound Per Gallon (Us)GE 
Pound Per Hour4U 
Pound Per Inch Of LengthPO 
Pound Per Inch Of WidthPW 
Pound Per Piece Of Product3G 
Pound Per Pound Of Product3E 
Pound Per ReamRP 
Pound per square footFPA non SI unit of Pressure approximately equal to 47.88025 PASCAL's.
Pound per square inch - Absolute80Psia (pound-force per square inch absolute)is a unit of pressure pressure relative to a vacuum (such as that in space).At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in2).
Pound per square inch - Gauge64Psig (pound-force per square inch gauge) is a unit of pressure relative to the surrounding atmosphere. At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in2).
Pound Per Thousand Square Feet29 
Pound PercentagePM 
Pound-ForceC78 
Pound-force per square inchPSThe pound-force per square inch (symbol: psi or lbf/in2 or lbf/in2) is a unit of pressure or of stress based on avoirdupois units. It is the pressure resulting from a force of one pound-force applied to an area of one square inch. Other abbreviations are used that append a modifier to "psi". However, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends that, to avoid confusion, any modifiers be instead applied to the quantity being measured rather than the unit of measure[1] For example, "Pg = 100 psi" rather than "P = 100 psig".
Pounds Per Thousand5F 
Powder Filled VialAW 
Print PointN3 
Proof GallonPGL 
Proof GallonQTI 
Pump5G 
PumpQTD 
Quart (Uk)QTI 
Quart (US dry)QTDA US dry quart is equal to 1/32 of a US bushel, exactly 1.101220942715 litres.
Quart (Us)QT 
Quarter (Of A Year)QAN 
Quarter (Uk)QTR 
Quarter DozenQD 
Quarter HourQH 
Quarter KilogramQK 
Quarter Mile1X 
QuireQR 
RackRA 
RadC80 
RadianC81 
Radian Meter Squared Per MoleC82 
Radian Metre Squared Per KilogramC83 
Radian Per MetreC84 
Radian Per Second2A 
Radian Per Second Squared2B 
RateA9 
Ration13 
ReamRM 
Ream Metric MeasureRN 
Reciprocal †Ngstr"MC85 
Reciprocal Cubic MetreC86 
Reciprocal Cubic Metre Per SecondC87 
Reciprocal Electron Volt Per Cubic MetreC88 
Reciprocal HenryC89 
Reciprocal Joule Per Cubic MetreC90 
Reciprocal Kelvin Or Kelvin To The Power Minus OneC91 
Reciprocal MetreC92 
Reciprocal Metre Squared Reciprocal SecondB81 
Reciprocal MinuteC94 
Reciprocal MoleC95 
Reciprocal Pascal Or Pascal To The Power Minus OneC96 
Reciprocal SecondC97 
Reciprocal Second Per Cubic MetreC98 
Reciprocal Second Per Metre SquaredC99 
Reciprocal Second Per SteradianD1 
Reciprocal Second Per Steradian Metre SquaredD2 
Reciprocal Square MetreC93 
ReelRL 
RemD91 
ResetRS 
Retinol Equivalent (RE)XREA unit used for quantifying the vitamin A value of sources of vitamin A, including both preformed retinoids and precursor carotenoids.
Revenue Ton MileRT 
Revolutions Per MinuteRPM 
Revolutions Per SecondRPS 
RingRG 
RodRD 
RollROA unit of count defining the number of rolls” where “Roll” is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate.
Roll Metric MeasureRK 
Röntgen2C 
Röntgen Per SecondD6 
RoundD65 
RunRU 
Running Or Operating HourRH 
SackSA 
Sample per secondX_SPS 
SandwichD7 
Saybold Universal Second90 
ScoreSCO 
ScrupleSCR 
SecondD62 
Second (unit of time)SEC 
Second Per Cubic MetreD93 
Second Per Radian Cubic MetreD94 
SectionSE 
SegmentSG 
Seismic Level5P 
Seismic Line5Q 
ServingX_SERA unit of count defining the number of servings being referenced. There is a validation limiting the usage of this UoM.
SessionS6 
SetSETA unit of count defining the number of sets (set: a number of objects grouped together).
Seven PackP7 
SheetSTA unit of count defining the number of “Sheets” where “Sheet” is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate.
Sheet Metric MeasureSS 
Shelf PackageSP 
ShipmentSXA unit of count defining the number of shipments (shipment: an amount of goods shipped or transported).
Shipping TonSHT 
Short Standard (7200 Matches)SST 
Shot14 
SiemensSIE 
Siemens Per MetreD10 
Siemens Square Metre Per MoleD12 
SievertD13 
Sitas56 
Six PackP6 
Sixty Fourths Of An InchS5 
Sizing FactorFJ 
SkeinSW 
SkidSV 
SleeveD99 
SlipsheetSL 
Small Spray4 
Solid PoundSD 
SoneD15 
Split TanktruckSK 
SpoolSO 
SQ-ESQE 
SquareSQ 
Square centimetreCMKA square centimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 centimetre in length.
Square Centimetre Per ErgD16 
Square Centimetre Per Steradian ErgD17 
Square decimetreDMKA square decimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 decimetre in length.
Square footFTKA square foot is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 foot in length.
Square Foot Per SecondS3A square inch is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 inch in length.
Square inchINKA square metre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 metre in length.
Square KilometreKMK 
Square metreMTKA square metre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 metre in length.
Square metre kelvin per wattD19 
Square Metre Per JouleD20 
Square Metre Per KilogramD21 
Square Metre Per MoleD22 
Square Metre Per SecondS4Metre squared per second.
Square Metre Per SteradianD24 
Square Metre Per Steradian JouleD25 
Square Metre Per Volt SecondD26Square metre kelvin per watt .The definition is the thermal resistance (or Rd value) of the material, which is measured by the thickness of the material layer divided by the thermal conductivity of the material. and is expressed in m²K/W.
Square mileMIKA square mile is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 mile in length.
Square millimetreMMKA square millimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 millimetre in
Square RodSN 
Square YardYDKA square yard is the area of a square with sides of one yard (three feet, thirty-six inches, 0.9144 metres) in length
Stage5H 
StandardWSD 
Standard Advertising UnitS8 
Standard AtmosphereATM 
Standard Cubic Foot5I 
SteradianD27 
Stick15 
Stokes91 
Stone (Uk)STI 
Storage UnitS7 
StripSR 
Super Bulk Bag43 
SuppositoryAR 
SyphonD28 
TablespoonG24Tablespoon. 1/2 fluid ounces, 3 teaspoons, 15 millilitres
TabletU2A unit of count defining the number of tablets (tablet: a small flat or compressed solid object).
Tank Truck19 
Tank, CylindricalTY 
Tank, RectangularTK 
TeaspoonG251/6 fluid ounces or 5 millilitres
Technical AtmosphereATTTechnical Atmosphere
Teeth Per InchTPITeeth Per Inch
Telecommunication Line In ServiceT0 
Telecommunication Line In Service AverageUB 
Telecommunication PortUC 
Ten DayDAD 
Ten Kg Drum97 
Ten PackTP 
Ten PairTPR 
Ten Square FeetTR 
Ten Square YardTF 
Ten Thousand Gallon (Us) Tankcar96 
Ten Thousand YardUH 
Ten YardYT 
Tenth HourUE 
Tenth MinuteUD 
TerabyteE35 
TerahertzD29 
TerajouleD30 
TerawattD31 
Terawatt hourD32 
TeslaD33 
Test Specific Scale69 
TexD34 
The milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of productKO 
Theoretical Kilograms53 
Theoretical Pound24 
Theoretical Ton27 
Theoretical Tonne54 
ThermTD 
Thermochemical CalorieD35 
Thermochemical Calorie Per GramB36 
Thermochemical Calorie Per Gram KelvinD37 
Thermochemical Calorie Per Second Centimetre KelvinD38 
Thermochemical Calorie Per Second Square Centimetre KelvinD39 
ThousandMIL 
Thousand BagT4 
Thousand Board FeetMBF 
Thousand CasingT5 
Thousand Cubic FeetFC 
Thousand Cubic Feet Per DayF1 
Thousand Cubic MetreR9Thousand cubic metre
Thousand Cubic Metre Per DayTQD 
Thousand FeetTQ 
Thousand Feet (Linear)TL 
Thousand Gallon (Us)T6 
Thousand ImpressionT7