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**Kilopascal**

**Definition**

Kilopascals are a unit of pressure. They are told as kilo, followed by the pascal (Pa), which is an SI derived unit of pressure. A kilopascal is equal to 1,000 Pa, where 1 Pa is defined as the pressure at which a load of one newton acts perpendicularly on an area of one square meter and it's expressed as 1 N/m2 or kg/m·s2.

**Origin**

Pascal is a unit of pressure that is named after Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and physicist. The kilopascal is simply an SI unit of pressure and was adopted in 1971.

**Current use**

Originally developed for use in SI, the kilopascal is now widely used worldwide. Potentially confusing exceptions include many countries that still use alternative systems of measurement, such as imperial units or United States customary units. The metric unit is more common in scientific contexts like material science, engineering, and geophysics. The same holds true for Western countries, including the United States.

**Pound-force per square inch**

**Definition**

A pound-force per square inch, or psi for short, is an imperial and US customary unit to measure pressure. One psi is approximately 6,895 pascals (N/m2). You can convert from psi to other units using our handy conversion tool.

**Origin**

Pound-force per square inch, often abbreviated as psi, is a unit of pressure that originated in the imperial and US customary systems. It's based on the avoirdupois system, a system where the weight is based on one avoirdupois pound. The system is believed to have originated in England around 1300 and followed the international wool trade. This style of weight was called the avoirdupois wool pound at the time.

**Current use**

The pound-force per square inch is used to measure a myriad of things, including tire pressure, scuba tank pressure, natural gas pipeline pressure, and others. Although the pascal is more commonly used in scientific realms, pounds per square inch are used more often in everyday contexts—particularly in the United States and other countries that follow the US customary or imperial systems of units.

**Kilopascal to Psi Conversion Table**

Kilopascal [kPa] Psi [psi]

0.01 kPa 0.0014503774 psi

0.1 kPa 0.0145037738 psi

1 kPa 0.1450377377 psi

2 kPa 0.2900754755 psi

3 kPa 0.4351132132 psi

5 kPa 0.7251886887 psi

10 kPa 1.4503773773 psi

20 kPa 2.9007547546 psi

50 kPa 7.2518868865 psi

100 kPa 14.503773773 psi

1000 kPa 145.03773773 psi

**How to Convert Kilopascal to Psi**

1 kPa = 0.1450377377 psi

1 psi = 6.8947572932 kPa

**Example:** convert 15 kPa to psi:

15 kPa = 15 × 0.1450377377 psi = 2.175566066 psi

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Q Convert 50 kPa to psi.

Ans. 50 kPa = 50 × 0.1450377377 psi = 7.2518868865 psi

Q. How many Kilopascal is a psi?

Ans. There are 6.8947572932 kPa (Kilopascal) in one psi.

Q. How many psi are there in 1 kPa?

Ans. There are 0.1450377377 psi in1 kPa.

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