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Your engineering thermoplastic challenges demand multiple solutions and vast knowledge. 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
°  =
Length:
mils x 0.001 = inches
inches x 1000 = mils
mm x 0.0394 = inches
inches x 25.4 = mm
mils x 0.0254 = mm
mm x 39.4 = mils
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Area:
in2 x 0.000645 = m2
m2 x 1550 = in2
mm2 x 0.00155 = in2
in2 x 645.16 = mm2
cm2 x 0.155 = in2
in2 x 6.4516 = cm2
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Volume:
in3 x 16.3871 = cm3
cm3 x 0.061 = in3
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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 2.2046 = 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/Dielectric strength:
V/mil x 0.0394 = kV/mm
kV/mm x 25.381 = V/mil
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Thermal Expansion:
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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