Pressure Conversion table

Pressure Conversion Table (approximate values)

|Bar|mWG|kPa|Mpa|Pia|| | — | — | — | — | — | — | — | |0.5 bar| 5 mWg| 50 kPa| 0.05 Mpa| 7.25 psi |1 bar| 10 mWg |100 kPa| 0.10Mpa| 14.5 psi |2 bar| 20 mWg| 200 kPa| 0.2Mpa| 29 psi |3 bar| 30 mWg| 300 kPa| 0.3Mpa |43.5 psi |5 bar| 50 mWg| 500 kPa| 0.5Mpa| 72.5 psi |10 bar| 100 mWg| 1000 kPa| 1Mpa |145 psi |20 bar| 200 mWg |2000 kPa |2Mpa |290 psi |40 bar|400 mWg |4000 kPa |4Mpa |580 psi |50 bar|500 mWg |5000 kPa |5Mpa |725 psi |100 bar |1000 mWg |10000 kPa |10Mpa |1450 psi |200 bar |2000 mWg |20000 kPa |20Mpa |2900 psi |400 bar |4000 mWg |40000 kPa |40Mpa |5800psi |600 bar |6,000 mWg |6,0000 kPa |6,0Mpa |8702psi |1000 bar| 10000 mWg |100000 kPa |100 Mpa |14503psi

What is a conversion table?

The conversion table is a tabular arrangement of the equivalent values of the weight or measure units of different systems.

The use of a unit depends on the situation; for example, the area of a room is described in metres, yet the length and thickness of a pencil are expressed in centimetres and millimetres, respectively.

As a result, we must convert one unit to another. Before we can grasp unit conversion, we must first understand the relationship between units.