|Oct14-12, 02:34 AM||#1|
MPm Type Hammers
Recently i saw a 6 tons counter blow hammer, having a plate coupled stating its capacity as "6 MPm". I tried working out this MPm but could not get any clue. Can anyone please tell me what this MPm is about?
|Oct16-12, 07:42 PM||#2|
I found two different ways used to specify energy delivered by a counterblow hammer:
“impact energy of 1470 kJ” and, “Energy of full blow: 7000 kgm”
As far as I can determine from searching counterblow hammers is that "MPM" is not a capacity. It appears to be part of a model number. Here is where searching on Google “MPm” shows up:
|Oct17-12, 01:24 AM||#3|
Well i was also googling for a while but could get any significant answer, somehow i came to know it does define capacity, i think you may also have a look.
But still i am not clear about that perhaps it is MegaPond-metre, similar to that of kgm.
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