With up to 32,500 strokes per minute it effectively reduces five times more plaque along the gum-line after 12 weeks*.
What does SPM stand for?
SPM stands for Strokes Per Minute
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We have 462 other meanings of SPM in our Acronym Attic
- Statistical Packet Multiplexing
- Statistical Parametric Mapping
- Statistical Parametric Matching
- Statistical Process Monitoring
- Steam & Electric Plant Manual (TMINS)
- Steps per Minute
- Stopping Performance Monitor
- Storage Partition Manager
- Strategic Performance Measurement (organization management)
- Strategic Planning Methodology
- Structure et Propriétés de La Matière (French: Structure and Properties of Matter)
- Sua Propria Manu (written in place of address on personally delivered envelopes)
- Subplate Mounted Valve
- Subport Manager
- Subscriber Policy Manager (Shasta Networks)
- Subscribers Private Meter
- Sulfuric Acid-Hydrogen Peroxide Mixture (aka Sulfuric Peroxide Mixture)
- Sulfuric Peroxide Mixture (aka Sulfuric Acid-Hydrogen Peroxide Mixture)
- Sum-Power Minimization
- Summary for Policy Makers
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 62-year-old Los Angeles woman was said to be comfortable, confident and swimming steady at around 50 strokes per minute despite painful jellyfish encounters overnight which left her with stings on her lips, forehead, hands and neck, the 50-member crew accompanying her said in updates to fans via social media.
The new machines are capable of 2,000 strokes per minute, which is more than twice as fast as any machine the company previously possessed.
5-kW spindle for fast metal removal with metal-bond CBN and diamond abrasives (as well as standard aluminum oxide and silicon carbide stones); the servo-driven straight line stroke can be performed at rates up to 160 strokes per minute.
The Cardiff City RC rower rated 34 strokes per minute through a wind-swept start to gain headway over his contenders, completing the 5000 metre race in 19 minutes and 31 seconds to clinch a decisive 0.
Erecting the cartons will be the classic version of the formers, the HS2/60 Double Head Lock Former, which is ruggedly built and operates at speeds up to 60 strokes per minute.
As they wound for the line, GB had to raise their rate to 38 strokes per minute to keep the challengers at arm's length, crossing two-thirds of a length in front of 2006 world finalists Slovenia, with Germany faltering just short of the line.
During early labour, the massage partners took the lead by performing 7-9 effleurage strokes per minute as the women breathed slowly during contractions.