Convert PSI to Inches of Water?

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The PSI in 1 inch of water column is 0.0361272918274. You can use a calculator to convert PSI to inches of water column or you can use a online translator such as this one:
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1. Read the pressure in inches of water from the pressure gauge. Interpolate as necessary on an analog gauge. 2. Use a calculator for speed and accuracy. Enter the pressure reading
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You need to multiply by 0.036. So 5 x 0.036=18 psi.
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27.68 inches of water is equivalent to one pound per square inch of pressure. So, take your value of inches of water use the conversion factor to cancel your units to psi. For example
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