an obsolete monetary unit of Cyprus equal in value to 1/1000 of a pound.
a unit of length equal to 1/1000 inch, used especially in measuring the thickness of sheets of materials.
a unit of angular size equal to 1/6400 of 360 degrees; -- it is used especially in artillery ranging.
0.001 inch; the unit of measure of plastic film. See also: Caliper. to top
Angular change in aim that moves the point of impact of an artillery projectile one meter at a range of 1000 meters.
Measure of the thickness of a plastic film. (.001" = 1 mil)
a measurement of thickness equal to one thousandths of an inch
one thousandth of an inch, 0.001 in = 0.0254 mm geology
The angle subtended by one unit at 1000 units.
10-3 inch, ~ 25.4 µm
One thousandth of an inch. Used to describe plastic card thickness (30-mil card /.030).
1 mil=1/1000 inch.
Unit of measurement being .001 inch.
A unit of measure for thickness of a plastic bag, expressed in 1/1000 of an inch. For example: 2 mil = 0.002 of 1 inch.
One-thousandth of an inch (x 10 -3 inches). Equal to 25.4 microns.
A unit used in computing the property tax owed on real estate. A mill equals 0.1% (.001) of assessed value or $1 per $1,000 of assessed value.
The thickness of plastic films as printing substrates are expressed in mils. 1/1000 inch
The standard measure of card thickness. Each mil. is 1/1000 of an inch.
A mil is one thousandth of a goldgram (roughly 1 US cent), the smallest payment possible in the GoldMoney system. Each goldgram is divisible into thousandths of a gram ("mils") for precision in a transaction. Thus, 11.215gg expresses the amount of 11 goldgrams and 215 mils.
a Cypriot monetary unit equal to one thousandth of a pound
a metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter
an angular unit used in artillery; equal to 1/6400 of a complete revolution
a millionth of an inch
A unit of measure used to indicate the thickness of a roofing membrane. One rail is equal to 0.001 inches or 25,400 microns (0.0254 ram).
A unit of measure for expressing the thickness of a film. One (1) Mil is equal to .001" or (1/1000"). The thickness of vinyl film when expressed in Mils typically includes the thickness of its adhesive.
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Unit of measure equal to 1/1000 of an inch.
A unit of measurement in the rifle industry.
A term used to indicate the thickness of the paint film. A dry film thickness of 0.001", i.e., the standard dry film thickness after curing for several common paints, is one (1) mil.
Unit of angle, like a degree. However, whereas there are 360° in a circle, there are 6400 mils. Of military derivation, this unit is not much used in Australia
a unit of length equal to 0.001 inch, often used for reporting film thickness. To convert mil to millimeter, multiply by 0.0254.
A measure of thickness used to classify resist materials. A mil is one thousandth of an inch.
A unit of length equal to 0.001 inches.
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One thousandth (0.001) of an inch. (1 mil = 25.4 microns)
The English measurement used to describe the thickness of poly. One mil is one one-thousandth of an inch.
Angular unit of measurement used to estimate distance and size: 1 Milradian is 1/1,000 of the distance; 1 meter at 1,000 meters; 1 yard at 1000 yards. 360 degrees consist of 6,400 Mils by military definition, 6283.2 mathematically.
A unit of measurement equal to .001 inch.
The unit used in measuring film thickness. One mil equals one thousandth of an inch. (l mil = .001 ").
One thousandth of an inch (.001 inch), or approximately .0254 millimeter. Bar code bar widths are commonly referred to as being a certain number of mils wide.
(0.001"): A unit used in measuring the diameter of wire or thickness of insulation over a conductor.
1/1000th (0.001) of an inch or approximately 0.0254 millimeter. Bar code densities are commonly referred to as number of mils (i.e. 10 mils).
Unit of length or thickness. 1/1000 (.001) of an inch. Go to top Molten Debris Molten material separating from the specimen during the test procedure and falling below the lower edge of the test specimen without flaming. Go to top
An English unit often used to measure the thickness of paint film or plastic sheeting. It is equal to one thousandth of an inch.
One thousandth of an inch, 0.001" (Common in USA)
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One thousandth of an inch. (1 mil = 25.4 cm = .0254 mm)
The unit used in measuring the diameter of glass fiber strands, wire and so forth (1 mil = 0.001 inch).
A unit in measuring diameter of a wire or thickness of insulation over a conductor. One one-thousandth of an inch (.001").
One one-thousandth of an inch; 0.0001 inches. Commonly used to denote coating thickness.
A unit of measure equal to 0.001 inches (1/1000 in.) used to indicate the thickness of a roofing membrane.
Thickness of a material, measured in thousandths of an inch.
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Unit of measurement equal to 10-3 inches (0.001") or 0.0254 mm.
A mil is a unit of thickness equaling one thousandth of an inch (.001").
One-one thousandth of an inch. 1/1000". In the profile wrapping industry generally used to define paper backings on wood veneers, and vinyl thicknessâ€™.
one thousandth of an inch (x10-3 inch), equal to 25.4µms.
one mil is one one-thousandth of an inch (0.001").
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A unit of measurement which equals 1/1000 Inch.
A unit in measuring thickness, being 0.001 inch (British equivalent: Thou.) (Metric equivalent: 0.0254 mm).
One one-thousandth of an inch; the measurement used to gauge the thickness of PVC and rubber pond liners.
One one-thousandth of an inch (0.001"). Unit of measurement used in bar code specifications.
Unit of measure. 1 mil=0.001 inch=100 gauge.
A measure of paint film thickness, equal to one one-thousandth of an inch (0.001 inch).
An international unit of measurement equaling one thousandth of an inch. Barcodes are measured using mils. Mil comes from the French word mille meaning thousand.
One thousandth of an inch (0.001 inch), or approximately 0.0254 millimeter. Commonly used to refer to the width of bar code elements, for example, 0.013 inch would be expressed as 13 mils.
a unit of measure, one mil is equal to 0.001 inches or 25.400 microns, often used to indicate the thickness of a roofing membrane.
Unit of thickness measurement used for thin materials. 1 mil=0.001 inch=100 gauge.
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The unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch.
(0.001 inch), the measure of the paint film buildup on the surface being coated. Basically the thickness of one layer (coat) of paint.
One thousandth of an inch. Typically expressed in gauge of film, i.e. 4-mil thick film. Typical IBC bags in U.S. are 2 or 3ply's of 4-mil thick film, forming a bag that is actually 8 or 12-mil thick.
One thousands of an inch
A unit of length equal to 0.001 of an inch.
Unit of Measure for film thickness. One mil is equal to 1/1000th of an inch.
1. A unit of angular measurement, sometimes used in radar antennas, equal to 1/6400 of the circumference of a circle. 2. A unit of length, equal to 0.001 in., used in measuring the diameter of wire.
A unit of measurement to describe length or width. Equals 1/1000 of an inch, usually referring to the thickness of metal plating on a medal or coin.
A measurement of thickness: 1/1000 inch.
A unit of measure equal to one thousandth of an inch. 1 mil = 0.001 in. = 0.025 mm. Commonly used to describe the thickness of a membrane or film.
One one-thousandth (1/1000) of an inch; used to describe paper and tape thickness.
A unit of measure equal to 25 microns or one-thousandth of an inch.
A unit of length 0.001 inch commonly used for measuring the diameter of wires and textile monofilaments.
The diameter of a conductor equal to 1/1000 (.001) inch.
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