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 Subject: Help with measurements Category: Reference, Education and News > General Reference Asked by: quiteconfused-ga List Price: \$5.00 Posted: 26 Jan 2004 15:36 PST Expires: 25 Feb 2004 15:36 PST Question ID: 300484
 ```There is a bathroom vanity that I'm interested in, and the measurements from the factory are as follows: SPEC (mm) 1400 x 530 x 845 MEAS (m^3): Basin: 1100x640x850 = 0.6 Cabinet: 465x335x1070 = 0.16 Mirror: 800x900x120 = 0.086 NW (kg): Basin: 31.5 Cabinet: 23.8 Mirror: 12.4 GW (kg): Basin: 40 Cabinet: 32 Mirror: 15 Please decipher these codes. Thanks.``` ```Hi there! I was "quiteconfused" for a moment, too. Fortunately, the nice guys at Home Depot were decidedly Not Confused and very helpful. SPEC (mm) --------- The specifications are given in millimeters. MEAS (m^3) ---------- The measurements are in cubic meters (typically calculated length x width x height). This is the amount of space the piece occupies. Basin: 1100x640x850 = 0.6 = The basin is .6 cubic meters Cabinet: 465x335x1070 = 0.16 = The cabinet measures .16 cubic meters Mirror: 800x900x120 = 0.086 = The mirror measurs .086 cubic meters NW (kg) ------- The net weight is measured in kilograms. Basin: 31.5 = the basin has a net weight of 31.5 kilograms Cabinet: 23.8 = the cabinet has a net weight of 23.8 kilograms Mirror: 12.4 = the mirror has a net weight of 12.4 kilograms GW (kg) ------- The gross weight (the approximate weight of the piece before any extraneous bits are removed) of the piece is measured in kilograms. This is also given as the shipping weight. Basin: 40 = the basin has a gross weight of 40 kilograms Cabinet: 32 = the cabinet has a gross weight of 32 kilograms Mirror: 15 = the mirror has a gross weight of 15 kilograms Hope that helps! --Missy Search terms: None. I called Home Depot and asked for a translation.```  