There are any number of mass models that can be run alongside our own kg system. There is, for example, the protonic system, based, as the word suggests, on the proton. Using the proton Compton frequency, (2.268731561x10^23)^1.5= 1.0806x10^35 protonic units of weight given as timescale mass for one second; and by linking it to the SI metre we have a useful template quite close to the kg. Also using the Model Template as a close guide to the kg we have a one second timescale mass of 1.0095x10^35kg. The GM product of both systems will be 6.736x10^24 as both are measured in seconds and metres. An informative method in quantum gravitational research is to use this number, 6.736x10^24, as a measure in local units of mass, in our case kilograms and protonic units and then find the relevant schwarzschild radii. In this case 1.00019955x10^-2 metres for the kg and 9.34368435x10^-3 metres for the protonic mass. The quantum gravitational analogue for the protonic radius is 29.6906035 but we cannot be certain about the kg. However, 8pi[(9.343684x10-3)^2 metres x 1.00019955x10^-2 metres]=2.1946378x10^-5 m^3 = gravitational volume.
Using the quantum gravitational analogue to find the quantum volume we have (c^2/h)(29.6904035)^3 = 3.550112576x10^54. Dividing quantum gravitational volume by gravitational volume we have:
(2.1946378x10^-5)/(3.550112576x10^54)=6.18188x10^-60 local quantum units.