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height-of-mercury Group

Characteristic

foot-of-mercury-conventional

Notes

Other Name

ftHg-conventional

Metric (SI) Equivalent

40.63666 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

40.63666 kilonewtons / meter2

40636.66 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress

Characteristic

inch-of-mercury

( At 0 °C )

Notes

Other Name

inHg

Metric (SI) Equivalent

3.38638 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

3.38638 kilonewtons / meter2

3386.38 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress

Characteristic

inch-of-mercury-60

( At 60 °F )

Notes

Other Name

inHg-60

Metric (SI) Equivalent

3.37685 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

3.37685 kilonewtons / meter2

3376.85 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress

Characteristic

inch-of-mercury-conventional

Notes

Other Name

inHg-conventional

Metric (SI) Equivalent

3.386389 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

3.386389 kilonewtons / meter2

3386.389 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress

Characteristic

meter-of-mercury

( At 0 °C )

Notes

Other Name

mHg

Metric (SI) Equivalent

133.322 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

133.322 kilonewtons / meter2

1.33322×105 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress

Characteristic

meter-of-mercury-conventional

Notes

Other Name

mHg-conventional

Metric (SI) Equivalent

133.3224 kilopascals

Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

133.3224 kilonewtons / meter2

1.333224×105 kilograms / meter second2

Metric (SI) Dimensions

length-1 × mass × time-2

Quantity

Pressure and Stress