**Unit Converter** ▶ **Pressure Converter** ▶ Convert Bar to Kilopascal

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Bar and kilopascals (kpa) both are the most common units of pressure, and in this lesson we tells you the simplest and easiest way of converting bar into kpa. An online bar to kilopascal converter is helps you to convert the amount of bar into the equivalent amount of kilopascals. The calculator shows the real-time conversion for conversions between these units of pressure.

Also, you can look at the example mentioned-below and simply account the given formula to proceed manual conversion for bar and kpa. But, before knowing these terms, let’s begin with the basic definitions:

The bar is said to be as a metric unit of pressure, but not part of the SI or International System of Units. It is referred to as exactly equal to 100,000 Pa (100 kpa), or even slightly less than the current acerage pressure at sea level (approximately 1.013 bar).

The kpa or kilopascal is said to be as a x1000 multiple of the Pascal unit that is referred to as the SI unit for pressure. It typically used for elaborating sub- atmospheric air pressures 7 even the low differential air pressures found in building ventilation systems.

Now let’s define how many kpa in a bar!

Read on!

- 1 bar is equal to 100 kilopascals (kpa)
- 1 kilopascal (kpa) is equal to 0.01 bars

The formula is:

kPa = bar x 100

Convert with:

- Online bar to kpa converter
- Formula (the below example helps you)

Problem: Convert 10 bar to kpa?

Solution:

Step 1 (Formula):

- kPa = bar x 100

Step 2 (Put the Values):

- kPa = 10 x 100

Step 3 (Result):

- 1000 kilopascals

Means, 10 bars is equal to 1000 kpa