# How do you convert a Head to a bar?

## How do you convert a Head to a bar?

By using our Meter of Head to Bar conversion tool, you know that one Meter of Head is equivalent to 0.09804139432 Bar. Hence, to convert Meter of Head to Bar, we just need to multiply the number by 0.09804139432.

## How many feet is a bar?

Bars to Feet of water

1 Bars = 33.4562 Feet of water 10 Bars = 334.56 Feet of water
2 Bars = 66.9124 Feet of water 20 Bars = 669.12 Feet of water
3 Bars = 100.37 Feet of water 30 Bars = 1003.69 Feet of water
4 Bars = 133.82 Feet of water 40 Bars = 1338.25 Feet of water

What Head of water is 1 bar?

Bars to Metres of water

1 Bars = 10.1974 Metres of water 10 Bars = 101.97 Metres of water
2 Bars = 20.3949 Metres of water 20 Bars = 203.95 Metres of water
3 Bars = 30.5923 Metres of water 30 Bars = 305.92 Metres of water
4 Bars = 40.7898 Metres of water 40 Bars = 407.9 Metres of water

How many PSI is a foot of Head?

.433 PSI
Therefore, one foot of head is equal to . 433 PSI. To convert pressure in pounds per square inch (PSI) to head in feet: multiply by 2.31.

### How do you convert head to pressure?

Head (unit of length) can be converted to pressure by multiplying the value by the product of the specific gravity of the fluid and the pressure gradient of water.

### How many meters is 20 bars?

A watch that’s “20 bar water resistant” is strong enough to withstand water pressures on a par with a depth of 200 meters.

What depth is 3 bar?

30 meters/100 feet
30 meters/100 feet/3 bar: General water resistant watches can withstand minor moisture from splashing, but should not be worn for swimming, diving, bathing, or showering.

How far underwater is 10 bar?

10 BAR / 10 ATM / 100m / 330ft: Your watch is suitable for swimming, snorkelling but not suitable for high board diving or aqua diving.

## What does 0.1 bar mean?

Low pressure
0.1 bar = Low pressure. 2 metres. 0.2 bar = Low pressure. 3 metres. 0.3 bar = Low pressure.

## What is the head height of 1 bar?

10 metres
Water pressure is measured in bars, with 1 bar being the force needed to raise water to a height of 10 metres.