a gastronomic measure of the hotness or pungency of chili peppers, in Scoville units
An ordinary chili pepper is 5000 degrees on the Scoville scale and a really hot one is around 8000 degrees.
1912; fr. W. Scoville, chemist
Then there were geometric and scale drawing, building plans of a varied character, and other work.
(d) For shop purposes, enlarge a scale drawing to full size, dimension and otherwise prepare it for actual use.
It was a scale drawing of the Planetara interior corridors, the lower control rooms and mechanisms.