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Pressure Conversions

Atmosphere (metric)
Atmosphere (standard)
Centimeter of mercury (0 °C)
Centimeter of water (4 °C)
Dyne/square centimeter
Foot of water (4 °C)
Inch of mercury (0 °C)
Inch of mercury (15.56 °C)
Inch of water (15.56 °C)
Inch of water (4 °C)
Kilogram force/centimetre2
Kilogram force/decimetre2
Kilogram force/metre2
Kilogram force/millimetre2
Kilopound force/square inch
Meter of water (15.56 °C)
Meter of water (4 °C)
Microbar (barye, barrie)
Micron of mercury (millitorr)
Millimeter of mercury (0 °C)
Millimeter of water (15.56 °C)
Millimeter of water (4 °C)
Newton/square meter
Ounce force (avdp)/square inch
Pound force/foot2
Pound force/inch2 (psi)
Poundal/square foot
Poundal/square inch
Standard atmosphere
Ton (long)/foot2
Ton (long)/inch2
Ton (metric)/centimetre2
Ton (short)/foot2
Ton (short)/inch2
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Note: Use a period as a decimal point, or use scientific notation: 24E-2
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