Pressure conversion calculator for several SI (metric) and other frequently used pressure units.
The pressure units in the pressure converter:
"atmosphere (atm, standard), atmosphere (technical), attobar, attopascal, bar, barad, barye, centimeter of mercury (0°C), centimeter of water (4°C), centibar, centipascal, centipascal, centitorr, decibar,
decipascal, dekabar, dekapascal, dyne/square centimeter, exabar, exapascal, femtobar, femtopascal, foot of air, foot of mercury, foot of water, gigabar,
gigapascal, gram-force/square centimeter, hectobar, hectopascal, inch of air, inch of mercury, inch of water, kilogram force/square centimeter, kilogram force/square meter,
kilogram force/square millimeter, kilobar, kilopascal (kPa), kilonewton/square centimeter, kilonewton/square meter, kilonewton/square millimeter, kip/square foot,
megabar, megapascal (MPa), meter of air, microbar, micropascal, millibar, millimeter of mercury, millipascal, millitorr, nanobar, nanopascal,
newton/square meter, ounce force/square inch, pascal (Pa), pound force/square foot, psi (pound force/square inch), ton force/square foot,
ton force/square inch, ton force/square meter and torr (mmHg)"
The most frequently used pressure units:
The most frequently used pressure units are pascal (Pa), kilopascal (kPa), megapascal (MPa), psi (pound per square inch), torr (mmHg), atm (atmospheric pressure) and bar.
Atm (Atmospheric Pressure) Conversion:
An atmosphere (atm) equals to the air pressure at the sea level at a temperature of 15 Celsius.
Bar is a metric pressure unit and equals to 100 kilopascals which is almost equal to the atmospheric pressure.
Inch of Mercury Conversion:
Inch of Mercury (inHg) is the pressure exerted by a column of mercury 1 inch (25.4 mm) in height.
Kilopascal (kPa) Conversion:
Kilopascal (kPa) is a frequently used pressure unit and equals to 1000 newton per square meter (metre).
Pascal is a derived metric pressure unit and equals to 1 newton per square meter.
Psi (Pound Force Per Square Inch) Conversion:
Psi is a pressure unit and equals to the force of one pound applied to one square inch.