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My suction meter: How to convert mm h2o suction to kPa?
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Post# 378776   9/22/2017 at 11:24 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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So my problem is, that using the convert program it converts
2100 mm H2O to 20,6 kPa. This doesn't seem right.
Can someone tell how it's done?
Program in the link.


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Post# 378781 , Reply# 1   9/22/2017 at 13:56 by Wyaple (Pickerington, OH)        
Mike,

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That webpage is correct. Your suction gauge goes to 2500mm H2O, which is about 100 inches of water, which is about 25 kPa. What will you need the kPa conversion for by the way?

Bill


Post# 378787 , Reply# 2   9/22/2017 at 14:55 by Mike811 (Finland)        

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Thank you!
Oh I completely mixed up kpa and waterlift. Waterlift was what I was looking for.
I wan't to mention both airflow and waterlift in my future videos.





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