# kg/cm² to Inch Water (60°F) Conversion

## Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter to Inch Water (60°F) Conversion - Convert Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter to Inch Water (60°F) (kg/cm² to inAq)

### You are currently converting Pressure units from Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter to Inch Water (60°F)

1 Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter (kg/cm²)

=

394.0946 Inch Water (60°F) (inAq)

Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter : A kilogram-force per square centimeter (kgf/cm2), often just kilogram per square centimeter (kg/cm2), or kilopond per square centimeter is a pressure unit that has been largely displaced the SI unit system of pascal units. Same with psi (abbreviation of pound per square inch), kg/cm2 is part of a group of pressure units that relate pressure with weight. 1 kg/cm2 equals 98,066.5 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.

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1 Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter = 394.0946 Inch Water (60°F)

### How to convert Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter to Inch Water (60°F) ?

1 kilogram-force/square centimeter (kg/cm²) is equal to 394.0946 inch water (60°f) (inAq).

1kg/cm² = 394.0946inAq

The pressure p in inch water (60°f) (inAq) is equal to the pressure p in kilogram-force/square centimeter (kg/cm²) times 394.0946, that conversion formula:

p(inAq) = p(kg/cm²) × 394.0946

#### How many Inch Water (60°F) in a Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter?

One Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter is equal to 394.0946 Inch Water (60°F):

1kg/cm² = 1kg/cm² × 394.0946 = 394.0946inAq

#### How many Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter in a Inch Water?

One Inch Water is equal to 0.00254 Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter:

1inAq = 1inAq × 0.00254 = 0.00254kg/cm²

#### How to Convert 5 Kilogram-force/Square Centimeter to Inch Water (60°F)?

p(inAq) = 5(kg/cm²) × 394.0946 = 1970.473inAq