›› Convert newton meter/hour to horsepower [metric]

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How many newton meter/hour in 1 horsepower [metric]? The answer is 2647795.5.
We assume you are converting between newton meter/hour and horsepower [metric].
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The SI derived unit for power is the watt.
1 watt is equal to 3600 newton meter/hour, or 0.0013596216173039 horsepower [metric].
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›› Definition: Horsepower

Metric horsepower began in Germany in the 19th century and became popular across Europe and Asia. The various units used to indicate this definition ("PS", "CV", "pk", and "ch") all translate to "horse power" in English. Metric horsepower, as a rule, is defined as 0.73549875 kW, or roughly 98.6% of mechanical horsepower.

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