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Pa to mmHg Converter – Easy and Free Conversion

Here you can make Pa to mmHg conversion with this converter completely free. It is a very important pressure conversion that you can easily apply without a problem. So, it will be very easy to make this conversion with this tool.







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How to Use Pa to mmHg Converter?

The use of this converter is very simple. First of all, you need to select the conversion direction, Pa to mmHg or mmHg to Pa. And then enter the value that you want to convert to another pressure value. After that click on the “Calculate!” button to see the result. The calculation is very simple like this.

And also, if you want to make another calculation, click on the “Reset” button and enter the values again.

How to Make This Conversion?

Th conversion between these two pressure units is very simple. You just need to multiply the Pascal value with 0.00750062 to find the mmHg value. And if you want to find the Pascal from mmHg, you just need to divide the mmHg value by 0.00750062. So, the conversion is very simple like this.

You do not need to make it with hand calculations. Just use the free calculator above to make this calcuşlation.

What is Pa?

Pa is the acronym for Pascal. It is a very important pressure unit in the SI system. Pascal states the amount of force on the unit area. The unit of the Pascal is N/m2. The total force per meter square is the pressure value.

We use Pascal in different kinds of scientific and engineering calculations. Because they are very useful for different kinds of applications in general.

Also in hydraulic applications, we use Pascal to define the total pressure value of the hydraulic fluids in general.

Pascal is named after Blaise Pascal who is a very important scientist in hydrodynamics and hydrostatics.

What mmHg?

It is another important pressure unit. The derivation of this unit came from the atmospheric pressure experiment that Torricelli made. Torricelli created an experiment to measure the atmospheric pressure at 0 degrees Celsius at sea level. The contraption has a hollow tube and an open container that includes Hg or Mercury.

He vacuumed the tube and dipped the open mount of this tube inside the Mercury which is open to the atmosphere. The mercury climbed 760 mm inside the tube with the action of the atmospheric pressure on the surface of the Mercury. So, we know that the atmospheric pressure at 0 degrees and sea level is equal to the 760 mmHg. This convention comes from this experiment.

So, if we know the pressure value according to the mm/Hg, we can easily compare it with the atmospheric pressure.

The use of mmHg is very common in aerospace. The pitot tubes are measuring the pressure outside of the plane, and compare it with the atmospheric pressure to assess the elevation of the plane. Because the atmosphere becomes thinner with the elevation and the pressure decreases. We call this pressure a “vacuum”. The vacuum pressure is the pressure that lower than 760mmHg.

Last Words

So, as you can understand that conversion between these two important pressure units is very important. And lots of people are making these Pa to mmHg conversions.

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FAQs

What is the difference between PSI and Pascal?

They both are pressure units. But the unit of Pascal is N/m2 and the unit of the PSI is lb/in2. This means, 1 PSI is equal to 6895 Pascals. This is the main difference between the PSI and Pascal pressure units.

Is Pascal the same as N/m2?

Yes, they are completely the same. N/m2 is equal to the unit of Pascal.

How many Pascals can a human withstand?

The lowest Pascal temperature that a human can withstand is around 6000 Pascals. And if we think that the atmospheric pressure is 101252 Pascals, it is a very low pressure.

What does 760 mmHg represent?

It is the atmospheric pressure at 0 degrees Celsius and at the sea level. So, it is very important to pressure value that we need to know about atmospheric pressure. The pressure below this value means “vacuum” pressure.

Pa to mmHg Conversion Table

Also from this table, you can find the corresponding pressure value that you are looking for.

PascalsmmHg
10.00750062
20.01500124
30.02250186
40.03000248
50.0375031
60.04500372
70.05250434
80.06000496
90.06750558
100.0750062
110.08250682
120.09000744
130.09750806
140.10500868
150.1125093
160.12000992
170.12751054
180.13501116
190.14251178
200.1500124
210.15751302
220.16501364
230.17251426
240.18001488
250.1875155
260.19501612
270.20251674
280.21001736
290.21751798
300.2250186
310.23251922
320.24001984
330.24752046
340.25502108
350.2625217
360.27002232
370.27752294
380.28502356
390.29252418
400.3000248
410.30752542
420.31502604
430.32252666
440.33002728
450.3375279
460.34502852
470.35252914
480.36002976
490.36753038
500.375031
510.38253162
520.39003224
530.39753286
540.40503348
550.4125341
560.42003472
570.42753534
580.43503596
590.44253658
600.4500372
610.45753782
620.46503844
630.47253906
640.48003968
650.4875403
660.49504092
670.50254154
680.51004216
690.51754278
700.5250434
710.53254402
720.54004464
730.54754526
740.55504588
750.5625465
760.57004712
770.57754774
780.58504836
790.59254898
800.6000496
810.60755022
820.61505084
830.62255146
840.63005208
850.6375527
860.64505332
870.65255394
880.66005456
890.66755518
900.6750558
910.68255642
920.69005704
930.69755766
940.70505828
950.7125589
960.72005952
970.72756014
980.73506076
990.74256138
1000.750062
1010.75756262
1020.76506324
1030.77256386
1040.78006448
1050.7875651
1060.79506572
1070.80256634
1080.81006696
1090.81756758
1100.8250682
1110.83256882
1120.84006944
1130.84757006
1140.85507068
1150.8625713
1160.87007192
1170.87757254
1180.88507316
1190.89257378
1200.9000744
1210.90757502
1220.91507564
1230.92257626
1240.93007688
1250.9375775
1260.94507812
1270.95257874
1280.96007936
1290.96757998
1300.9750806
1310.98258122
1320.99008184
1330.99758246
1341.00508308
1351.0125837
1361.02008432
1371.02758494
1381.03508556
1391.04258618
1401.0500868
1411.05758742
1421.06508804
1431.07258866
1441.08008928
1451.0875899
1461.09509052
1471.10259114
1481.11009176
1491.11759238
1501.125093
1511.13259362
1521.14009424
1531.14759486
1541.15509548
1551.1625961
1561.17009672
1571.17759734
1581.18509796
1591.19259858
1601.2000992
1611.20759982
1621.21510044
1631.22260106
1641.23010168
1651.2376023
1661.24510292
1671.25260354
1681.26010416
1691.26760478
1701.2751054
1711.28260602
1721.29010664
1731.29760726
1741.30510788
1751.3126085
1761.32010912
1771.32760974
1781.33511036
1791.34261098
1801.3501116
1811.35761222
1821.36511284
1831.37261346
1841.38011408
1851.3876147
1861.39511532
1871.40261594
1881.41011656
1891.41761718
1901.4251178
1911.43261842
1921.44011904
1931.44761966
1941.45512028
1951.4626209
1961.47012152
1971.47762214
1981.48512276
1991.49262338
2001.500124
2011.50762462
2021.51512524
2031.52262586
2041.53012648
2051.5376271
2061.54512772
2071.55262834
2081.56012896
2091.56762958
2101.5751302
2111.58263082
2121.59013144
2131.59763206
2141.60513268
2151.6126333
2161.62013392
2171.62763454
2181.63513516
2191.64263578
2201.6501364
2211.65763702
2221.66513764
2231.67263826
2241.68013888
2251.6876395
2261.69514012
2271.70264074
2281.71014136
2291.71764198
2301.7251426
2311.73264322
2321.74014384
2331.74764446
2341.75514508
2351.7626457
2361.77014632
2371.77764694
2381.78514756
2391.79264818
2401.8001488
2411.80764942
2421.81515004
2431.82265066
2441.83015128
2451.8376519
2461.84515252
2471.85265314
2481.86015376
2491.86765438
2501.875155

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