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    16.5psi=?Bar

    Does anyone know if it is 1.1 bar or 1.2 bar?

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    You can do this "roughly" in your head. Just remember that 1 bar on the guage equals 14.5 psi. So divide 14.5 by 10 and you get 1.45 psi per .1 bar. This is close enough so that you can do something like:

    .8 = 11.5 psi
    .9 = 13 psi
    1 bar = 14.5 psi
    1.1 = 16 psi
    1.2 = 17.5 psi

    That is a pretty accurate way of doing it when your talking about values right around the 1 bar range.

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    16.5 lbf/square inch (PSI) = 1.137635 bar

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    it's one thing not to search for a simple common question like that, but isn't there a conversion chart AS THE SECOND POST IN THIS FORUM!!??



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    Here is the website that I found that does all of the pressure conversions.

    http://www.onlineconversion.com/pressure.htm
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    So it says that 16.5psi is 1.137635 bar


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    Originally posted by dark_rex
    it's one thing not to search for a simple common question like that, but isn't there a conversion chart AS THE SECOND POST IN THIS FORUM!!??



    dR
    Yeah but wheres the fun in that?

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