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oz-in balance

Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:27 pm

I have a conversion question related to rotational balanceing. My specs are in oz-in and I have a printed balance specs sheet from another vendor that references the residual imbalance in "moz". first, does anyone know what the "m" may be an abbreveation for and how would I convert from "moz" to "oz-in"?

Thanks

Re: oz-in balance

Wed Mar 31, 2010 2:55 am

phibalance wrote:I have a conversion question related to rotational balanceing. My specs are in oz-in and I have a printed balance specs sheet from another vendor that references the residual imbalance in "moz". first, does anyone know what the "m" may be an abbreveation for and how would I convert from "moz" to "oz-in"?

Thanks


Moz is a mining acronym for 1 million ounces. As far as I can tell, it's use is in the precious metal industry, namely gold. I suggest you call the vendor that references the residual imbalance in MOZ for confirmation.

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