What Is 1 Bar of Pressure?

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One bar of pressure is a rough estimate of atmospheric pressure at sea level. It is a unit of pressure equal to100 kilopascals. The word 'bar' is of Greek origin and is used to mean weight.
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The bar is a unit of measuring pressure. One bar pressure is equal to one atmosphere that is approximately equal to 14.7 pounds per square inch.
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