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# Pa to psi Converter

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Our Pa to psi converter is helpful to people dealing with pascal to psi conversion or vice versa. It can also handle conversion between any pressure unit!

If you struggle to convert Pa to psi or psi to Pa, you're likely missing the appropriate conversion factor! You will find it worthwhile to peruse the following article, where we dwell on these concepts. But first, let's take a quick look at how to use this converter.

## How to use this Pa to psi converter

Using this Pa to psi converter is a piece of cake. To perform pascals to psi conversion:

1. Enter the pressure in pascals.

2. The tool will automatically convert Pa to psi and give you the result in psi.

If you need to do a reverse calculation, our tool has you covered:

1. Enter the pressure in psi.

2. Instantly, you'll get the result in pascals.

You can even convert between any pressure unit here:

1. Click on the unit in the pascals field and change it to any unit from the list of pressure units.

2. Now, enter the pressure value in this unit.

3. Like before, you'll get the pressure in psi. To view the result in a different unit, click on the unit and change it, as in step 1.

In the upcoming sections, you'll learn the magic behind this calculator.

## Pascals and Pounds per square inch

Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit of pressure and stress. One pascal is equivalent to the pressure exerted on a square meter surface by a normal force of one newton. Pascal and its multiples are widely used in most of the world, replacing the psi unit, except in countries that continue to use Imperial and US customary units, including the US.

Pounds per square inch (psi) is the unit of pressure that uses avoirdupois units. One psi is the pressure exerted by one pound-force force acting normal to a square inch surface.

## Pa to psi conversion

The Pa to psi conversion factor is given by:

1 Pa = 1.450377 × 10-4 psi.

When converting pascals to psi, we must multiply the pressure in pascals with 1.450377 × 10-4. For example, 240 Pa is equal to:

\begin{align*} 240 \text{ Pa} &= 240 \times 1.450377 \times 10^{-4} \text{ psi}\\ &= 348.09048 \times 10^{-4} \text{ psi}\\ 240 \text{ Pa} &= 0.03480905 \text{ psi} \end{align*}

On the other hand, when converting psi to pa, we need to divide the pressure in psi with 1.450377 × 10-4. For example, 122 psi is:

\begin{align*} 122 \text{ psi} &= \frac{122}{1.450377 \times 10^{-4}} \text{ Pa}\\[1em] &= 84.11606085 \times 10^{4} \text{ Pa}\\ 122 \text{ psi} &= 841160.6085 \text{ Pa} \end{align*}

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FAQs

### How do you convert psi to pascals?

To convert pressure from psi to pascals, follow these steps:

1. Find the pressure in psi.
2. Divide this value by 1.450377 × 10-4 to obtain pressure in pascals.
3. Verify the result with our Pa to psi converter.

### How many pascals is 30 psi pressure?

30 psi is equivalent to 206842.8 Pa. To arrive at this answer, divide 30 psi by 1.450377 × 10-4:
30/(1.450377 × 10^^-4) = 20.684277 × 10^^4^^ Pa ≈ 206842.8 Pa.

You may verify this result using our Pa to psi converter.