Torque Units Converter

Convert torque units, including Newton-meters (Nm), inch-pounds (in-lbs) and foot-pounds (ft-lbs), with our torque measurement units conversion tool. Input a value in the provided field and choose the torque units you wish to convert between.


The torque unit converter above allows you to convert between different units used to measure torque, which is the rotational force applied to an object. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use the torque converter:

1. Enter the value you want to convert.

2. Select the initial torque unit you wish to convert from.

3. Select the target torque unit you wish to convert to.

4. Click on the "Convert" button.

5. The converter will instantly display the converted value in the desired output unit, rounded to four decimal places.

The most popular torque units used in both the Metric and Imperial systems include:

1. Newton Meter (Nm) : Widely used in the Metric system for measuring torque in applications such as engineering, mechanics and automotive.

2. Foot-Pound (ft-lb) : Commonly used in the Imperial system, particularly in the United States, for measuring torque in industries like construction, automotive and machinery.

3. Inch-Pound (in-lb) : Commonly used in the Imperial system for smaller torque values, especially in applications such as electronics and precision instruments.

These units are essential for different industries and applications and understanding their conversions is crucial for accurate measurements.

All Torque Units

The torque units in the torque converter are dyne centimeter, dyne meter, dyne millimeter, gram centimeter, gram meter, gram millimeter, kilogram centimeter, kilogram meter, kilogram millimeter, kilonewton meter, kilopond meter, meganewton meter, micronewton meter, millinewton meter, long tone foot, newton centimeter, newton meter, newton millimeter, ounce foot, ounce inch, pound foot, poundal foot, pound inch, short tone foot.

To convert between torque units newton meter and pound foot and for more information, please visit newton meter to pound foot torque converter page.

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