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ft-lb

(mechanics)

FT-LB

On drawings, abbr. for “foot-pound.”
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The world's largest underground iron ore mine, LKAB in Kiruna, Sweden, recently requested a rock-breaking system equipped with a 10K ft-lb hydraulic breaker to be semi-portable and operated from a remotely located control room by radio controls.
The SMB actuator series covers a broad scope of capabilities, producing torque ranging from 15 ft-lb (20 Nm) to 60,000 ft-lb (81,349 Nm), and handling stem thrusts up to 500,000 lb.
a pendulum test achieving frontal impact of 35,000 ft-lb.
The spindle produces about 3,000 ft-lb cutting torque for heavy cutting.
9 ft-lb, tensile strength of 33,500 psi, elongation of 2.