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Convert KPA to BAR


What does KPA mean?

KPA stands for kilopascal, which is a unit of pressure. It is commonly used in scientific and engineering applications to measure pressure.

How many KPA in BAR?

There are 100 kilopascals (KPA) in one bar (BAR).

KPA to BAR Formula

To convert KPA to BAR, you can use the following formula - bar = kPa / 100

For example, if you have a pressure of 3 poplar kPa tyre readings, you can convert it to bars by dividing the kPA by 100:

• 250 KPA = 2.5 BAR

• 270 KPA = 2.7 BAR

• 220 KPA = 2.2 BAR

What is the difference between KPI and BAR?

KPA and BAR are both units of pressure, but they are commonly used in different contexts. KPA is more commonly used in scientific and engineering applications, while BAR is more commonly used in the automotive industry. Additionally, KPA is a metric unit, while BAR is a non-SI unit.

KPA to BAR conversion Table

Here is a full table of KPA to BAR conversions:

KPA BAR
100 1.0
110 1.1
120 1.2
130 1.3
140 1.4
150 1.5
160 1.6
170 1.7
180 1.8
190 1.9
200 2.0
210 2.1
220 2.2
230 2.3
240 2.4
250 2.5
260 2.6
270 2.7
280 2.8
290 2.9
300 3.0
310 3.1
320 3.2
330 3.3
340 3.4
350 3.5
360 3.6
370 3.7
380 3.8
390 3.9
400 4.0
410 4.1
420 4.2
430 4.3
440 4.4
450 4.5
460 4.6
470 4.7
480 4.8
490 4.9
500 5.0
510 5.1
520 5.2
530 5.3
540 5.4
550 5.5
560 5.6
570 5.7
580 5.8
590 5.9
600 6.0
610 6.1
620 6.2
630 6.3
640 6.4
650 6.5