# Foot-Pounds to Inch-Pounds Converter

Enter the torque in foot-pounds below to convert it to inch-pounds.

## Result in Inch-Pounds:

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## How to Convert Foot-Pounds to Inch-Pounds

To convert a measurement in foot-pounds to a measurement in inch-pounds, multiply the torque by the following conversion ratio: 12 inch-pounds/foot-pound.

Since one foot-pound is equal to 12 inch-pounds, you can use this simple formula to convert:

inch-pounds = foot-pounds × 12

The torque in inch-pounds is equal to the torque in foot-pounds multiplied by 12.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 foot-pounds to inch-pounds using the formula above.

### How Many Inch-Pounds Are in a Foot-Pound?

There are **12** inch-pounds in a foot-pound, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 lb-ft = 12 lb-in

Foot-pounds and inch-pounds are both units used to measure torque. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## What Are Foot-Pounds?

One foot-pound is equal to the torque that results from applying one pound-force perpendicularly to a one-foot-long moment arm.

While the foot-pound is a commonly used term, it is technically not the correct verbiage to express torque. Pound-foot (or pound-feet) is the correct way to express this measurement of torque.

The foot-pound, or pound-foot or pound-force foot, is a US customary unit of torque. Foot-pounds can be abbreviated as *lb-ft*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *lbf-ft* or *ft-lb*. For example, 1 foot-pound can be written as 1 lb-ft, 1 lbf-ft, or 1 ft-lb.

Learn more about foot-pounds.

## What Are Inch-Pounds?

One inch-pound is equal to the torque that results from applying one pound-force perpendicularly to a one-inch-long moment arm.

While inch-pounds are commonly used to describe torque, the correct verbiage is pound-inches.

The inch-pound, or pound-inch or pound-force inch, is a US customary unit of torque. Inch-pounds can be abbreviated as *lb-in*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *lbf-in* or *in-lb*. For example, 1 inch-pound can be written as 1 lb-in, 1 lbf-in, or 1 in-lb.

Learn more about inch-pounds.

## Foot-Pound to Inch-Pound Conversion Table

Foot-pounds | Inch-pounds |
---|---|

1 lb-ft | 12 lb-in |

2 lb-ft | 24 lb-in |

3 lb-ft | 36 lb-in |

4 lb-ft | 48 lb-in |

5 lb-ft | 60 lb-in |

6 lb-ft | 72 lb-in |

7 lb-ft | 84 lb-in |

8 lb-ft | 96 lb-in |

9 lb-ft | 108 lb-in |

10 lb-ft | 120 lb-in |

11 lb-ft | 132 lb-in |

12 lb-ft | 144 lb-in |

13 lb-ft | 156 lb-in |

14 lb-ft | 168 lb-in |

15 lb-ft | 180 lb-in |

16 lb-ft | 192 lb-in |

17 lb-ft | 204 lb-in |

18 lb-ft | 216 lb-in |

19 lb-ft | 228 lb-in |

20 lb-ft | 240 lb-in |

21 lb-ft | 252 lb-in |

22 lb-ft | 264 lb-in |

23 lb-ft | 276 lb-in |

24 lb-ft | 288 lb-in |

25 lb-ft | 300 lb-in |

26 lb-ft | 312 lb-in |

27 lb-ft | 324 lb-in |

28 lb-ft | 336 lb-in |

29 lb-ft | 348 lb-in |

30 lb-ft | 360 lb-in |

31 lb-ft | 372 lb-in |

32 lb-ft | 384 lb-in |

33 lb-ft | 396 lb-in |

34 lb-ft | 408 lb-in |

35 lb-ft | 420 lb-in |

36 lb-ft | 432 lb-in |

37 lb-ft | 444 lb-in |

38 lb-ft | 456 lb-in |

39 lb-ft | 468 lb-in |

40 lb-ft | 480 lb-in |