Measurements of force or pressure

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Measurements of force or pressure

Postby Stirny » Wed Sep 26, 2007 1:59 am

I'm trying to compare two different rock crushers that are noting their unit's performance in different terms.

One product claims it has a crushing power of 650 kilo-newtons (this is a product from England).

The other product discusses the compression resistance of material to crush and says it's product will handle up to 320MPa (this is a product from the US).

HELP = How do these two products compare?

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