## Pound force per square inch

1 psi is the pressure exterted by one pound-force of force being applied to an area of one square inch

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Show formulainHg =

psi * 2.0360

Pound force per square inch | Inches of Mercury |
---|---|

0psi | 0.00inHg |

1psi | 2.04inHg |

2psi | 4.07inHg |

3psi | 6.11inHg |

4psi | 8.14inHg |

5psi | 10.18inHg |

6psi | 12.22inHg |

7psi | 14.25inHg |

8psi | 16.29inHg |

9psi | 18.32inHg |

10psi | 20.36inHg |

11psi | 22.40inHg |

12psi | 24.43inHg |

13psi | 26.47inHg |

14psi | 28.50inHg |

15psi | 30.54inHg |

16psi | 32.58inHg |

17psi | 34.61inHg |

18psi | 36.65inHg |

19psi | 38.68inHg |

Pound force per square inch | Inches of Mercury |
---|---|

20psi | 40.72inHg |

21psi | 42.76inHg |

22psi | 44.79inHg |

23psi | 46.83inHg |

24psi | 48.86inHg |

25psi | 50.90inHg |

26psi | 52.94inHg |

27psi | 54.97inHg |

28psi | 57.01inHg |

29psi | 59.04inHg |

30psi | 61.08inHg |

31psi | 63.12inHg |

32psi | 65.15inHg |

33psi | 67.19inHg |

34psi | 69.22inHg |

35psi | 71.26inHg |

36psi | 73.30inHg |

37psi | 75.33inHg |

38psi | 77.37inHg |

39psi | 79.40inHg |

Pound force per square inch | Inches of Mercury |
---|---|

40psi | 81.44inHg |

41psi | 83.48inHg |

42psi | 85.51inHg |

43psi | 87.55inHg |

44psi | 89.58inHg |

45psi | 91.62inHg |

46psi | 93.66inHg |

47psi | 95.69inHg |

48psi | 97.73inHg |

49psi | 99.77inHg |

50psi | 101.80inHg |

51psi | 103.84inHg |

52psi | 105.87inHg |

53psi | 107.91inHg |

54psi | 109.95inHg |

55psi | 111.98inHg |

56psi | 114.02inHg |

57psi | 116.05inHg |

58psi | 118.09inHg |

59psi | 120.13inHg |

1 psi is the pressure exterted by one pound-force of force being applied to an area of one square inch

inHg =

psi * 2.0360

1 inch of mercury is the pressure exerted by a 1 inch high column of mercury at 0 °C (32 °F )