# Pascal to Foot Water (60°F) Conversion

## Pascal to Foot Water (60°F) Conversion - Convert Pascal to Foot Water (60°F) (Pa to ftAq)

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

1 Pascal (Pa)

=

0.00033 Foot Water (60°F) (ftAq)

Pascal : The pascal (symbol: Pa) is the SI unit of pressure which derived from other SI units. It is defined as one newton per square meter. The commonly used multiple units of the pascal are the hectopascal (1 hPa ≡ 100 Pa), kilopascal (1 kPa ≡ 1000 Pa), and megapascal (1 MPa ≡ 1,000,000 Pa).

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.

### Pressure Conversion Calculator

1 Pascal = 0.00033 Foot Water (60°F)

### FAQ about Pascal to Foot Water (60°F) Conversion

1 pascal (Pa) is equal to 0.00033 foot water (60°f) (ftAq).

1Pa = 0.00033ftAq

The pressure p in foot water (60°f) (ftAq) is equal to the pressure p in pascal (Pa) times 0.00033, that conversion formula:

p(ftAq) = p(Pa) × 0.00033

One Pascal is equal to 0.00033 Foot Water (60°F):

1Pa = 1Pa × 0.00033 = 0.00033ftAq

One Foot Water is equal to 2986.08 Pascal:

1ftAq = 1ftAq × 2986.08 = 2986.08Pa

p(ftAq) = 5(Pa) × 0.00033 = 0.00165ftAq