# Pressure Converter

Based on the chosen units, this converter's dynamic conversion scale will determine the equivalent pressure value from one pressure measurement unit to another and produce a conversion table.

- In the upper input box, enter the value you wish to convert.
- From the upper pull-down menu, choose the correct units.
- From the lower pull-down menu, choose the units to convert to.
- In the lower text box, the conversion will be visible.

You may also use this converter to copy and paste values. To convert a value, click or touch one of the text boxes or choose a unit.

## Conversion Manual

Use the pressure unit converting tool to convert pressure units, search up a conversion in the tables, recognise a pressure unit and its association with other pressure units, or locate the necessary pascals for the conversion.

## Use of Pressure Converter Calculators

A scalar property called pressure reflects how force behaves on a surface.

**P = F/A**

F is the normal force, A is an area, and P is equivalent to pressure. Many pressure units directly connect force to the area since pressure is derived from force and area. Some are clear, as pounds per square inch. However, even the SI standard Pascal is essentially an expression of one Newton per square metre.

## How to Convert Pressure Units?

A conversion factor is used to execute conversions. Converting between units can be as easy as multiplication if you know the conversion factor:

**S * C = E**

S is the initial value, C is the conversion factor, and E is the final value after conversion.

Multiply the conversion value in the right column of the table below to convert any unit into pascals, such as 5 bar.

**100000 [(Pa) / (bar) / 5 bar] = 500000 Pa**

Divide by the value in the right column or multiply by the reciprocal, 1/x, to convert from Pa into the units in the left column.

**500,000,000 PA/100,000,000 [(Pa)/(bar)] = 5 bar**

You can multiply by the factor for A to convert it to Pascals and divide by the factor for B to convert it back to any other unit in the left column, such as from A to B. Alternately; you can calculate the required single component by dividing the A factor by the B factor.

For instance, you would multiply by 100000 and divide by 6894.757 to convert from bar to pounds per square inch. Alternately, multiply by 100000/6894.757 to get 14.503774. So you multiply by 14.503774 to directly convert from bar to pounds per square inch.