Pressure units converter
Pressure units converter. Easy conversion of pascals, atmosfpheres, bars and other pressure related units.

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1 (pascal) is equal to:


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yottapascalShow sourceYPaYPaYPa1×10-24Derived pressure unit in SI system. One yottapascal is equal to septylion of pascals: 1 YPa=1024 Pa1\ YPa= 10^{24}\ Pa
zettapascalShow sourceZPaZPaZPa1×10-21Derived pressure unit in SI system. One zettapascal is equal to sextillion of pascals: 1 ZPa=1021 Pa1\ ZPa= 10^{21}\ Pa
exapascalShow sourceEPaEPaEPa1×10-18Derived pressure unit in SI system. One exapascal is equal to quintillion of pascals: 1 EPa=1018 Pa1\ EPa= 10^{18}\ Pa
petapascalShow sourcePPaPPaPPa1×10-15Derived pressure unit in SI system. One petapascal is equal to quadrillion of pascals: 1 PPa=1015 Pa1\ PPa= 10^{15}\ Pa
terapascalShow sourceTPaTPaTPa1×10-12Derived pressure unit in SI system. One terapascal is equal to trillion of pascals: 1 TPa=1012 Pa1\ TPa= 10^{12}\ Pa
gigapascalShow sourceGPaGPaGPa1×10-9Derived pressure unit in SI system. One gigapascal is equal to billion of pascals: 1 GPa=109 Pa1\ GPa= 10^{9}\ Pa
megapascalShow sourceMPaMPaMPa0.000001Derived pressure unit in SI system. One megapascal is equal to million of pascals: 1 MPa=1000000 Pa=106 Pa1\ MPa=1000000\ Pa= 10^{6}\ Pa
kilopascalShow sourcekPakPakPa0.001Derived pressure unit in SI system. One kilopascal is equal to thausand of pascals: 1 kPa=1000 Pa=103 Pa1\ kPa=1000\ Pa= 10^{3}\ Pa
hektopascalShow sourcehPahPahPa0.01Derived pressure unit in SI system. One hektopascal is equal to hundred of pascals: 1 hPa=100 Pa=102 Pa1\ hPa=100\ Pa= 10^{2}\ Pa
pascalShow sourcePaPaPa1Base pressure unit in SI system.
decipascalShow sourcedPadPadPa10Derived pressure unit in SI system. One decipascal is equal to one tenth of pascal: 1 dPa=0.1 Pa=101 Pa1\ dPa=0.1\ Pa= 10^{-1}\ Pa
centipascalShow sourcecPacPacPa100Derived pressure unit in SI system. One centipascal is equal to one hundredth of pascal: 1 cPa=0.01 Pa=102 Pa1\ cPa=0.01\ Pa= 10^{-2}\ Pa
milipascalShow sourcemPamPamPa1000Derived pressure unit in SI system. One milipascal is equal to one thousandth of pascal: 1 mPa=0.001 Pa=103 Pa1\ mPa=0.001\ Pa= 10^{-3}\ Pa
micropascalShow sourceμPa\mu PaµPa1000000Derived pressure unit in SI system. One micropascal is equal to one millionth of pascal: 1 μPa=0.000001 Pa=106 Pa1\ \mu Pa=0.000001\ Pa= 10^{-6}\ Pa
nanopascalShow sourcenPanPanPa1000000000Derived pressure unit in SI system. One nanopascal is equal to one billionth of pascal: 1 nPa=109 Pa1\ nPa= 10^{-9}\ Pa
pikopascalShow sourcepPapPapPa1×1012Derived pressure unit in SI system. One pikopascal is equal to one trillionth of pascal: 1 pPa=1012 Pa1\ pPa= 10^{-12}\ Pa
femtopascalShow sourcefPafPafPa1×1015Derived pressure unit in SI system. One femtopascal is equal to one quadrillionth of pascal: 1 fPa=1015 Pa1\ fPa= 10^{-15}\ Pa
attopascalShow sourceaPaaPaaPa1×1018Derived pressure unit in SI system. One attopascal is equal to one quintillionth of pascal: 1 aPa=1018 Pa1\ aPa= 10^{-18}\ Pa
zeptopascalShow sourcezPazPazPa1×1021Derived pressure unit in SI system. One zeptopascal is equal to one sextillionth of pascal: 1 zPa=1021 Pa1\ zPa= 10^{-21}\ Pa
yoctopascalShow sourceyPayPayPa1×1024Derived pressure unit in SI system. One yoctopascal is equal to one septillionth of pascal: 1 yPa=1024 Pa1\ yPa= 10^{-24}\ Pa

height of the liquid column

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centimeter mercury (0°C)Show sourcecmHgcm HgcmHg0.000750064-
milimeter mercury (0°C)Show sourcemmHgmm HgmmHg0.007500638-
inch mercury (32°F)Show sourceinHgin HginHg0.000295301-
inch mercury (60°F)Show sourceinHgin HginHg0.000296134-
centimeter water (4°C)Show sourcecmAqcm AqcmAq0.010197443-
milimeter water (4°C)Show sourcemmAqmm AqmmAq0.101974429-
inch water (4°C)Show sourceinAqin AqinAq0.004014742-
foot water (4°C)Show sourceftAqft AqftAq0.000334562-
inch water (60°F)Show sourceinAqin AqinAq0.004018598-
foot water (60°F)Show sourceftAqft AqftAq0.000334883-

Force per area

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dyne per square centimeterShow sourcedynecm2\frac{dyne}{cm^2}dyne/cm²10-
newton per square meterShow sourceNm2\frac{N}{m^2}N/m²1-
newton per square decimeterShow sourceNdm2\frac{N}{dm^2}N/dm²0.01-
newton per square centimeterShow sourceNcm2\frac{N}{cm^2}N/cm²0.0001-
newton per square milimeterShow sourceNmm2\frac{N}{mm^2}N/mm²0.000001-
kilogram-force per square meterShow sourcekgfm2\frac{kgf}{m^2}kgf/m²0.101971611-
kilogram-force per square centimeterShow sourcekgfm2\frac{kgf}{m^2}kgf/cm²0.000010197-
kilogram-force per square milimeterShow sourcekgfmm2\frac{kgf}{mm^2}kgf/mm²1.019716109×10-7-
gram-force per square centimeterShow sourcegfcm2\frac{gf}{cm^2}gf/cm²0.101971611-


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barShow sourcebarbarbar0.00001-
milibarShow sourcembarmbarmbar0.001-
microbarShow sourceμbar\mu barµbar10-
psiShow sourcepsipsipsi0.000145038-
ksiShow sourceksiksiksi1.450377377×10-7-
TorrShow sourceTorrTorrTorr0.007500617-
standard atmosphereShow sourceatmatmatm0.000009869-
technical atmosphereShow sourceatatat0.000010197-


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ton-force (short) per square footShow sourcetfshortft2\frac{tf_{short}}{ft^2}tf(short)/ft²0.000010443-
ton-force (short) per square inchShow sourcetfshortin2\frac{tf_{short}}{in^2}tf(short)/in²7.251886887×10-8-
ton-force (long) per square footShow sourcetflongft2\frac{tf_{long}}{ft^2}tf(long)/ft²0.000009324-
ton-force (long) per square inchShow sourcetflongin2\frac{tf_{long}}{in^2}tf(long)/in²6.474899006×10-8-
kip-force per square inchShow sourcekipin2\frac{kip}{in^2}kip/in²1.450377377×10-7-
pound-force per square footShow sourcelbfft2\frac{lbf}{ft^2}lbf/ft²0.020885434-
poundal per square footShow sourcepdlft2\frac{pdl}{ft^2}pdl/ft²0.067196898-

Some facts

  • Pressure determines the force that works perpendicular to the surface. Mathematically, we can write it down in the following way:
    p=FpSp = \dfrac{F_p}{S}
    • pp - pressure,
    • FpF_p - component of force acting perpendicular to the surface,
    • SS - the area on which force is acting.
  • Pressure is scalar.
  • The pressure is usually marked with the letter p or P.
  • The pressure prevailing in the gas-filled vessel is the average force acting on the walls of this vessel. In this sense, the pressure is thus the statistical property.
  • The basic pressure unit in the SI system is pascal, which is equal to the pressure corresponding to the force of one newton acting on the surface of one square meter:
    1Pa=1N1m21 Pa = \dfrac{1 N}{1 m^2}
  • The relationship between pressure, temperature, and volume of perfect gas (i.e. one where the particles do not interact with each other) is described by the Clapeyron's equation:
    pV=nRTpV = nRT

How to convert

  • Enter the number to field "value" - enter the NUMBER only, no other words, symbols or unit names. You can use dot (.) or comma (,) to enter fractions.
    • 1000000
    • 123,23
    • 999.99999
  • Find and select your starting unit in field "unit". Some unit calculators have huge number of different units to select from - it's just how complicated our world is...
  • And... you got the result in the table below. You'll find several results for many different units - we show you all results we know at once. Just find the one you're looking for.

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