To change  To  Multiply by 

acres  hectares  .4047 
acres  square feet  43,560 
acres  square miles  .001562 
atmospheres  cms. of mercury  76 
Btu  horsepowerhour  .0003931 
Btu  kilowatthour  .0002928 
Btu/hour  watts  .2931 
bushels  cubic inches  2150.4 
bushels (U.S.)  hectoliters  .3524 
centimeters  inches  .3937 
centimeters  feet  .03281 
cubic feet  cubic meters  .0283 
cubic meters  cubic feet  35.3145 
cubic meters  cubic yards  1.3079 
cubic yards  cubic meters  .7646 
degrees  radians  .01745 
dynes  grams  .00102 
fathoms  feet  6.0 
feet  meters  .3048 
feet  miles (nautical)  .0001645 
feet  miles (statute)  .0001894 
feet/second  miles/hour  .6818 
furlongs  feet  660.0 
furlongs  miles  .125 
gallons (U.S.)  liters  3.7853 
grains  grams  .0648 
grams  grains  15.4324 
grams  ounces (avdp)  .0353 
grams  pounds  .002205 
hectares  acres  2.4710 
hectoliters  bushels (U.S.)  2.8378 
horsepower  watts  745.7 
hours  days  .04167 
inches  millimeters  25.4000 
inches  centimeters  2.5400 
kilograms  pounds (avdp or troy)  2.2046 
kilometers  miles  .6214 
kilowatts  horsepower  1.341 
knots  nautical miles/hour  1.0 
knots  statute miles/hour  1.151 
liters  gallons (U.S.)  .2642 
liters  pecks  .1135 
liters  pints (dry)  1.8162 
liters  pints (liquid)  2.1134 
liters  quarts (dry)  .9081 
liters  quarts (liquid)  1.0567 
meters  feet  3.2808 
meters  miles  .0006214 
meters  yards  1.0936 
metric tons  tons (long)  .9842 
metric tons  tons (short)  1.1023 
miles  kilometers  1.6093 
miles  feet  5280 
miles (nautical)  miles (statute)  1.1516 
miles (statute)  miles (nautical)  .8684 
miles/hour  feet/minute  88 
millimeters  inches  .0394 
ounces (avdp)  grams  28.3495 
ounces  pounds  .0625 
ounces (troy)  ounces (avdp)  1.09714 
pecks  liters  8.8096 
pints (dry)  liters  .5506 
pints (liquid)  liters  .4732 
pounds (ap or troy)  kilograms  .3782 
pounds (avdp)  kilograms  .4536 
pounds  ounces  16 
quarts (dry)  liters  1.1012 
quarts (liquid)  liters  .9463 
radians  degrees  57.30 
rods  meters  5.029 
rods  feet  16.5 
square feet  square meters  .0929 
square kilometers  square miles  .3861 
square meters  square feet  10.7639 
square meters  square yards  1.1960 
square miles  square kilometers  2.5900 
square yards  square meters  .8361 
tons (long)  metric tons  1.016 
tons (short)  metric tons  .9072 
tons (long)  pounds  2240 
tons (short)  pounds  2000 
watts  Btu/hour  3.4129 
watts  horsepower  .001341 
yards  meters  .9144 
yards  miles  .0005682 
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°Celsius  °Fahrenheit 

–273.15 
–459.67 
–250 
–418 
–200 
–328 
–150 
–238 
–100 
–148 
–50 
–58 
–40 
–40 
–30 
–22 
–20 
–4 
–10 
14 
0 
32 
5 
41 
10 
50 
15 
59 
20 
68 
25 
77 
30 
86 
35 
95 
40 
104 
45 
113 
50 
122 
55 
131 
60 
140 
65 
149 
70 
158 
75 
167 
80 
176 
85 
185 
90 
194 
95 
203 
100 
212 
Zero on the Fahrenheit scale represents the temperature produced by the mixing of equal weights of snow and common salt.
°Fahrenheit  °Celsius  

Boiling point of water  212°  100° 
Freezing point of water  32°  0° 
Absolute zero  –459.6°  –273.1° 
Absolute zero is theoretically the lowest possible temperature, the point at which all molecular motion would cease.
To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius (Centigrade), subtract 32 and multiply by .6.
To convert Celsius (Centigrade) to Fahrenheit, multiply by 1.8 and add 32.
Absolute zero, –273.15° on the Celsius (Centigrade) scale, is 0° Kelvin. Thus, Kelvin is equivalent to Celsius plus 273.15. The freezing point of water, 0°C and 32°F, is 273.15°K. The conversion formula is K° = C° + 273.15.
To Convert

To 
Multiply
by 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)  Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM)  x 0.588578 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)  Cubic Feet Per Hour  x 35.314 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)  Liters Per Hour  x 1000 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)  Liters Per Second  x 0.277778 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)  Cubic Meters Per Hour (m³/hr)  x 1.6999017 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)  Liters Per Second  x 0.471947 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)  Liters Per Hour  x 1699.017 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)  Cubic Meters Per Second  x 0.000472 
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Did you know? 



What is a Dew point? 

In
simple terms, a dew point describes how much water vapor
is present and tells us how cold the compressed air can get
before liquid water will form. To prevent water in your air system,
choose a dryer that produces a dew point temperature below the lowest
possible temperature that downstream air lines and equipment will be exposed
to.
Moisture Content At Different Dew points

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