# Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F) Conversion

## Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F) Conversion - Convert Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F) (ftAq to inAq)

### You are currently converting Pressure units from Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F)

1 Foot Water (60°F) (ftAq)

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12 Inch Water (60°F) (inAq)

Foot Water (60°F) : Feet of Water (or called foot of Water Column, ftH2O) is an American and English low value pressure unit, now used mostly in the USA where feet and inches are the standard units for measuring distance. It is mainly used to measure fluid level in a tank or depth in a liquid such as sea water. 1 Foot of Water Column 60 degF equals 2986.08 Pascals.

Inch Water (60°F) : Inches of water (also called wc, inch water column (inch WC), inAq, Aq, or inH2O) is a non-SI unit for pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted by a column of water of 1 inch in height at defined conditions for example 60 °F at the standard acceleration of gravity. 1 inAq equals 248.84 Pa.

### Pressure Conversion Calculator

1 Foot Water (60°F) = 12 Inch Water (60°F)

### How to convert Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F) ?

1 foot water (ftAq) is equal to 12 inch water (60°f) (inAq).

1ftAq = 12inAq

The pressure p in inch water (60°f) (inAq) is equal to the pressure p in foot water (60°f) (ftAq) times 12, that conversion formula:

p(inAq) = p(ftAq) × 12

#### How many Inch Water (60°F) in a Foot Water?

One Foot Water is equal to 12 Inch Water (60°F):

1ftAq = 1ftAq × 12 = 12inAq

#### How many Foot Water (60°F) in a Inch Water?

One Inch Water is equal to 0.08333 Foot Water (60°F):

1inAq = 1inAq × 0.08333 = 0.08333ftAq

#### How to Convert 5 Foot Water (60°F) to Inch Water (60°F)?

p(inAq) = 5(ftAq) × 12 = 60inAq