Since Newton was the founder of such a magnitude as force in physics, it is not surprising that it was his name that the international unit of measurement of any forces bears. Multiple and fractional units of force are formed by adding the appropriate prefix, for example, kilonewton, where each prefix indicates its own coefficient. One of the obsolete units of measure of force is the dyne, which takes its origin from the GHS system, which preceded the international SI system of units. Dyne determines the force that gives a body mass of 1 g acceleration of 1 cm / s per second. Also, kilogram-force was once widely used, which can now be found in some technical areas due to the fact that the kilogram-force is associated with the acceleration of gravity and denotes the force with which the gravitational force acts on the body, weighing 1 kg. By analogy with kilogram-force, the British measurement system used pound-force or ounce-force. It is often difficult to manually translate systemic and non-systemic units of force measurement into each other. The power converter presented on the site will help you with this. To convert one unit to another, just one click is enough. How to use: To obtain the desired force value in a particular unit of measure, enter the available number that you want to convert in the field corresponding to the unit of measure used, and then press "Enter". The force converter will automatically translate to all units from the list.