# Kilonewton to Newton Conversion

kilonewtons to newtons table

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## How to convert kilonewtons to newtons?

1 Kilonewton (kN) is equal to 1000 newtons (N). To convert kilonewtons to newtons, multiply the kilonewton value by 1000.

For example, to convert 20 kilonewtons to newtons, multiply 20 by 1000, that makes 20000 N is 20 kN.

kilonewton to newton formula

newton = kilonewton * 1000

## How to convert newtons to kilonewtons?

1 Newton (N) is equal to 0.001 kilonewton (kN). To convert newtons to kilonewtons, multiply the newton value by 0.001 or divide by 1000.

For example, to convert 2000 newtons to kilonewtons, multiply 2000 by 0.001, that makes 2 kN is 2000 N.

newton to kilonewton formula

kilonewton = newton * 0.001

kilonewton = newton / 1000

What is a Kilonewton?

Kilonewton is a metric system force unit. 1 kN = 1000 N. The symbol is "kN".

What is a Newton?

Newton is a Metric system force unit. 1 N = 0.001 kN. The symbol is "N".

Please visit force conversion to convert all force units.

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