The Hüttenzentner , French: quintal de fonderies, was a measure of weight in the ironworks. The amount ranged from 114 to 118 pounds .
This hundredweight was common in the smelters and was mostly 115 pounds. For ore samples, however, the smelter hundredweight was only calculated at 110 pounds.
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