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ft-lb

(mechanics)

FT-LB

On drawings, abbr. for “foot-pound.”
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On BP Amoco's Wytch Farm well M-16SP on the South Coast of England, Sun Drilling Product's LubraGlide(R) co-polymer beads reduced torque to as low as 22k ft-lb, enabling a world extended reach drilling (ERD) record.
LubraGlide not only reduced torque well below the 44k ft-lb threshold, but the LubraGlide was recovered, recycled and reused with the patented LubraGlide Recovery Unit, increasing cost effectiveness.
The Model VM560 features a 20/25-hp geared head spindle that delivers 6,000 rpm with 415 ft-lb of torque.
The spindle uses a 35 hp VAC motor for 12,000 rpm and 121 ft-lb of torque.
9 ft-lb, tensile strength of 33,500 psi, elongation of 2.
Other features include maximum spindle speed of 10,000 rpm, 40 hp maximum spindle power, 387 ft-lb maximum torque, and 1,575 ipm rapid traverse rate in X, Y and Z axes.
Featuring a Fanuc robot, the Nexus 6000 has a 50-taper, 50-hp, 10,000-rpm spindle with 388 ft-lb torque.
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2-liter diesel engine delivers 330 horsepower and 860 ft-lbs.