# Pressure Converter

It is true that switching between pressure units, such as bars (b) to kilopascals (kPa) to Pascal to atm to torr (Torr) and the measurement of each unit, may be quite perplexing. However, it is worth noting that common pressure units include Torr, Pascal (Pa), bar and millibar (mbar), and pounds per square inch (psi).

### What is pressure?

The force exerted per unit area perpendicular to the force vector is called pressure. It is a scalar value. Pascals is the SI unit of pressure (Pa). For example, one Pascal (1 Pa) is the pressure exerted on a one square meter surface by a Newton force (1 N) (1 m2).

The engineering units used in nations that use the Imperial system (such as the United States and the United Kingdom) differ from those used in countries that use the SI system. As a result, an entirely new set of pressure units is created. In addition, area and distance are usually measured in inches or feet, whereas mass is commonly measured in pounds or ounces.

Pressure units derived from these include lbf/ft2, psi, ozf/in2, iwc, inH2O, and ftH2O.

The most prevalent pressure unit in the United States is pounds per square inch (psi). However, a typical unit for process industries is inches of water (inH2O), generated from level measurement and historical pressure changes with water in a column.

### How to use the pressure converter tool?

Our Pressure Conversion calculator's technique is incredibly simple-to-use, free, and basic for all users. For example, a translation from atm to Pascal that may be done manually no longer requires much work. Following the procedures outlined below, you will discover that the conversion from 1atm to Pa is 101325.

#### You only need to follow the procedures below:

Enter the pressure value in the relevant unit symbol in the field. If you don't immediately discover the desired unit, click on any unit icon to see a list of different units to pick from. This pressure unit converter will automatically complete the necessary conversions into the remaining units.