# Convert Millibars to Pounds Per Square Foot

Enter the pressure in millibars below to get the value converted to pounds per square foot.

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## How to Convert Millibars to Pounds Per Square Foot

To convert a millibar measurement to a pound per square foot measurement, multiply the pressure by the conversion ratio. One millibar is equal to 2.088546 pounds per square foot, so use this simple formula to convert:

The pressure in pounds per square foot is equal to the millibars multiplied by 2.088546.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 millibars to pounds per square foot using the formula above.

Millibars and pounds per square foot are both units used to measure pressure. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Millibars

One millibar is equal to one-thousandth of a bar, which is defined as the pressure of one newton per square meter. One millibar is also equal to one hectopascal.

The millibar is a non-SI metric unit for pressure. In the metric system, "milli" is the prefix for 10^{-3}. Millibars can be abbreviated as *mbar*, for example 1 millibar can be written as 1 mbar.

## Pounds Per Square Foot

One pound per square foot is the pressure of equal to one pound-force per square foot.

The pound per square foot is a US customary and imperial unit of pressure. Pounds per square foot can be abbreviated as *psf*, for example 1 pound per square foot can be written as 1 psf.

PSF can be expressed using the formula:

1 psf = 1 lbfft^{2}

Pressure in pounds per square foot are equal to the pound-force divided by the area in square feet.

## Millibar Measurements and Equivalent Pound Per Square Foot Conversions

Millibars | Pounds Per Square Foot |
---|---|

1 mbar | 2.0885 psf |

2 mbar | 4.1771 psf |

3 mbar | 6.2656 psf |

4 mbar | 8.3542 psf |

5 mbar | 10.44 psf |

6 mbar | 12.53 psf |

7 mbar | 14.62 psf |

8 mbar | 16.71 psf |

9 mbar | 18.8 psf |

10 mbar | 20.89 psf |

11 mbar | 22.97 psf |

12 mbar | 25.06 psf |

13 mbar | 27.15 psf |

14 mbar | 29.24 psf |

15 mbar | 31.33 psf |

16 mbar | 33.42 psf |

17 mbar | 35.51 psf |

18 mbar | 37.59 psf |

19 mbar | 39.68 psf |

20 mbar | 41.77 psf |

21 mbar | 43.86 psf |

22 mbar | 45.95 psf |

23 mbar | 48.04 psf |

24 mbar | 50.13 psf |

25 mbar | 52.21 psf |

26 mbar | 54.3 psf |

27 mbar | 56.39 psf |

28 mbar | 58.48 psf |

29 mbar | 60.57 psf |

30 mbar | 62.66 psf |

31 mbar | 64.74 psf |

32 mbar | 66.83 psf |

33 mbar | 68.92 psf |

34 mbar | 71.01 psf |

35 mbar | 73.1 psf |

36 mbar | 75.19 psf |

37 mbar | 77.28 psf |

38 mbar | 79.36 psf |

39 mbar | 81.45 psf |

40 mbar | 83.54 psf |

## More Millibar Pressure Conversions

- Convert to Pascals
- 1 mbar is equal to 100 pascals
- Convert to Hectopascals
- 1 mbar is equal to 1 hectopascals
- Convert to Atmospheres
- 1 mbar is equal to 0.000987 atmospheres
- Convert to Bars
- 1 mbar is equal to 0.001 bars
- Convert to Kilograms Per Square Centimeter
- 1 mbar is equal to 0.00102 kilograms per square centimeter
- Convert to Kilograms Per Square Meter
- 1 mbar is equal to 10.197162 kilograms per square meter
- Convert to Pounds Per Square Inch
- 1 mbar is equal to 0.014504 pounds per square inch
- Convert to Torr
- 1 mbar is equal to 0.750062 torr

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## Understanding the Metric System

The metric system makes it relatively easy to convert from one metric unit to another metric unit. The metric system uses a base unit, think meters or grams, and a prefix such as kilo or milli. The prefixes differ from the base units by differing powers of 10. So to convert within the metric system it’s usually a matter of multiplying or dividing by one of the powers of 10.

### Here is a list of some of the common metric prefixes:

- “kilo” – 1,000x larger
- “hecto” – 100x larger
- “deca” – 10x larger
- “deci” – 10x smaller
- “centi” – 100x smaller
- “milli” – 1,000x smaller

There is a helpful mnemonic for remembering the prefixes: “King Henry Died Until Drinking Chocolate Milk.”

The u in Until refers to the base unit.