Convert psi to pa 

The calculator allows you to convert psi (pounds per inch square) to pa (pascal). Perform the reverse calculation: convert pa to psi 
1 Pa = 0.0001450377 psi (approximately egal to) 
To convert psi to pa, multiply by 6 894.76. Example 1We are going to convert a pressure p of 30 pounds per inch square (psi) to Pa.Pressure p = 30 psi 1 psi = 6 894.76 Pa (approximately egal to) p = 30 psi = 30 x 6 894.76 = 206 842.8 pa (approximately egal to) Example 2: tire pressureWhen checking the air pressure in your car's tires, the pressure gauge might measure the pressure in psi. However, the recommended tire pressure is usually given in Pa. To convert the psi reading to Pa, you can use the conversion factor:1 psi = 6 894.76 Pa For example, if your tire pressure gauge reads 32 psi, you can convert it to Pa using: 32 psi x 6 894.76 = 220 632.32 Pa Example 3: air compressorAn air compressor might be rated in psi, but you need to know the output pressure in Pa for a particular application.For example, if your air compressor is rated at 100 psi, you can convert it to Pa using: 100 psi x 6 894.76 = 689 476 Pa A conversion table for pounds per inch square (psi) to pascal (Pa)
The table contains two columns: one for the "psi" values and the other for their corresponding "Pa" values. To read the table, find the "psi" value you want to convert in the left column and then look in the right column to find the corresponding "Pa" value. For example, if you want to convert 5 psi to Pa, find the row with "5" in the left column and read the value "34 473.8" in the right column. Psi (pound per inch square)Psi stands for "pounds per square inch" which is a unit of pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted by a force of one poundforce applied to an area of one square inch.Pressure is a physical quantity that is commonly measured using various units of measurement. Pressure is defined as the force applied per unit area, and is expressed in units such as pascal (Pa), bar, pounds per square inch (psi), and atmosphere (atm), among others. Pa (pascal)The Pascal (Pa) is the SI unit of pressure. The Pascal is a measure of the amount of force applied per unit area. The symbol for Pascal is "Pa". Blaise Pascal (16231662) was a French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher who made significant contributions to a wide range of fields, including mathematics, physics, and philosophy. 