## Let Us Do The Math

Our technical staff has compiled the following unit conversions to help you determine the material requirements of your specific application in order to maximize manufacturing efficiency, control operating costs and adhere to regulatory requirements.

### Temperature:

°F = (°C x 1.8) + 32

°C = (°F-32) x 0.556

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### Density:

lbs/in3 x 27.805 = gm/cm3

gm/cm3 x 0.036 = lbs/in3

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### Weight:

oz x 28.354 = gm

gm x 0.0353 = oz

lb x 453.592 = gm

gm x 0.0022 = lb

oz x 0.0284 = kg

kg x 35.27 = oz

lb x 0.4536 = kg

kg x 2.20464 = lb

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### IZOD/Energy:

J/cm x 1.87 = ft-lbs/in

ft-lbs/in x 0.534 = J/cm

ft-lbs/in2 x 2.103 = kJ/m2

kJ/m2 x 0.4755 = ft-lbs/in2

ft-lbs/in x 53.4 = J/m

J/m x 0.0187= ft-lbs/in

ft-lbs/in x 5.4432 = kg-cm/cm

kg-cm/cm x 0.1837= ft-lbs/in

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### Pressure/Strength/Modulus:

psi x 6.8949 = kPa

kPa x 0.145 = psi

psi x 0.0069 = MPa

MPa x 145 = psi

psi x 0.07031 = kg/cm2

kg/cm2 x 14.2231 = psi

psi x 0.0069 = N/mm2

N/mm2 x 145 = psi

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### Power/Dielectricstrength:

V/mil x 0.0394 = kV/mm

kV/mm x 25.381 = V/mil

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### ThermalExpansion:

in/(in, °F) x 1.8 = m/(m, °C)

m/(m, °C) x 0.556 = in/(in, °F)

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### Thermal Conductivity:

BTU-in/(hr, ft2, °F) x 0.1442 = W/(m, °K)

W/(m, °K) x 6.933 = BTU-in/(hr, ft2, °F)

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### Specific Heat:

BTU/(lb, °F) x 4.187 = J/(g, °K)

J/(g, °K) x 0.239 = BTU/(lb, °F)

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