Hectopascals to Kilograms Per Square Centimeter Conversion
Enter the pressure in hectopascals below to get the value converted to kilograms per square centimeter.
How to Convert Hectopascals to Kilograms Per Square Centimeter
To convert a hectopascal measurement to a kilogram per square centimeter measurement, multiply the pressure by the conversion ratio.
Since one hectopascal is equal to 0.00102 kilograms per square centimeter, you can use this simple formula to convert:
The pressure in kilograms per square centimeter is equal to the hectopascals multiplied by 0.00102.
Hectopascals and kilograms per square centimeter are both units used to measure pressure. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.
The hectopascal is a multiple of the pascal, which is the SI derived unit for pressure. In the metric system, "hecto" is the prefix for 102. Hectopascals can be abbreviated as hPa; for example, 1 hectopascal can be written as 1 hPa.
The kilogram per square centimeter is a non-SI metric unit for pressure. A kilogram per square centimeter is sometimes also referred to as a kilogram per square centimetre or kilogram-force per centimeter square. Kilograms per square centimeter can be abbreviated as kgf/cm²; for example, 1 kilogram per square centimeter can be written as 1 kgf/cm².
In formal expressions, the slash, or solidus (/), is used to separate units used to indicate division in an expression.
The unit is deprecated and not permitted for use with SI units, although it is still in use as some precision measuring devices still use the unit.
Kilograms per square centimeter can be expressed using the formula:
1 kgf/cm2 = 1 kgfcm2
Pressure in kilograms per square centimeter are equal to the kilogram-force divided by the area in square centimeters.
Hectopascal to Kilogram Per Square Centimeter Conversion Table
|Hectopascals||Kilograms Per Square Centimeter|
|1 hPa||0.00102 kgf/cm²|
|2 hPa||0.002039 kgf/cm²|
|3 hPa||0.003059 kgf/cm²|
|4 hPa||0.004079 kgf/cm²|
|5 hPa||0.005099 kgf/cm²|
|6 hPa||0.006118 kgf/cm²|
|7 hPa||0.007138 kgf/cm²|
|8 hPa||0.008158 kgf/cm²|
|9 hPa||0.009177 kgf/cm²|
|10 hPa||0.010197 kgf/cm²|
|20 hPa||0.020394 kgf/cm²|
|30 hPa||0.030591 kgf/cm²|
|40 hPa||0.040789 kgf/cm²|
|50 hPa||0.050986 kgf/cm²|
|60 hPa||0.061183 kgf/cm²|
|70 hPa||0.07138 kgf/cm²|
|80 hPa||0.081577 kgf/cm²|
|90 hPa||0.091774 kgf/cm²|
|100 hPa||0.101972 kgf/cm²|
|200 hPa||0.203943 kgf/cm²|
|300 hPa||0.305915 kgf/cm²|
|400 hPa||0.407886 kgf/cm²|
|500 hPa||0.509858 kgf/cm²|
|600 hPa||0.61183 kgf/cm²|
|700 hPa||0.713801 kgf/cm²|
|800 hPa||0.815773 kgf/cm²|
|900 hPa||0.917745 kgf/cm²|
|1,000 hPa||1.0197 kgf/cm²|
- National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST Guide to the SI, Chapter 6: Rules and Style Conventions for Printing and Using Units, https://www.nist.gov/pml/special-publication-811/nist-guide-si-chapter-6-rules-and-style-conventions-printing-and-using