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If you want to know more about psi, bar and the conversion from one to the other, read on and we will explain everything with formulas, examples and more.

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## How many psi is a bar?

First of all, we need to know **how many psi is one bar**:

1 bar = 14.5038 psi

With this information, we can **from bar to psi** by means of a simple mathematical formula that we will see in the next point.

## How to go from bar to psi

If you want to convert from bar to psi manually, the **mathematical formula** you should use is as follows:

psi = bar x 14.5038

For example, if you want to calculate **60 bar to psi**, you would do it in the following way:

60 bar x 14.5038 = 870.23 psi

As you can see, the conversion is very simple and with a simple calculator we can do it in a few seconds.

## How many bar is a psi?

As you may already know, a**n bar is a unit of pressure** and in Spain it is quite often referred to as "kilos". Who has not been in a workshop and heard that the wheel has 2 kilos of pressure? In reality they are referring to bar, which is a unit practically equivalent to kgf/cm.^{2}

We already know the equivalence of 1 bar in psi, but,**how many bar is 1 psi**? Here is the answer to your question:

1 psi = 0.0689476 bar

We will use this equality to convert from psi to bar as we will see in the next section.

## How to convert from psi to bar

To switch from pressure units **psi a bar,** we have to apply the following multiplication:

bar = psi x 0.0689476

For example, if we want to convert **120 psi to bar**, we substitute in the previous formula and we are left with the following:

120 psi x 0.0689476 = 8.2737 bar

We can also **divide by 14.5038**because the result we will obtain is the same:

120 psi / 14.5038 = 8.2737 bar

Either option is valid, so you can use the one that is easiest for you to remember.

## How to convert bar to psi and vice versa in Excel

If you want to make the **bar to psi conversion in Excel**, simply open a new spreadsheet and type the following function in an empty cell:

=bar*14.5038

To be clear, if we want to convert **50 bar to psi**, the function in Excel would look like this:

=50*14,5038

After pressing the Enter key on your keyboard, the result will automatically appear on the screen.

If what we want is** use Excel to convert from psi to bar,** the function to be used will be the following:

=psi/14.5038

In the case of psi to bar conversion, we will use division instead of multiplication. The remainder works exactly the same as in the previous case.

## Psi to bar table

To familiarize yourself a little more with the equivalence of these two units of pressure, we leave you with one **psi to bar table** to find out what common and usual figures are equivalent to.

For other quantities that are not listed in this table, you can always use our **online converter** or leave us a comment and we will be happy to help you.

psi | bar |
---|---|

1 | 0,06894744825494 |

2 | 0,13789489650988 |

3 | 0,20684234476482 |

4 | 0,27578979301976 |

5 | 0,3447372412747 |

6 | 0,41368468952964 |

7 | 0,48263213778458 |

8 | 0,55157958603952 |

9 | 0,62052703429446 |

10 | 0,6894744825494 |

20 | 1,3789489650988 |

30 | 2,0684234476482 |

40 | 2,7578979301976 |

50 | 3,447372412747 |

60 | 4,1368468952964 |

70 | 4,8263213778458 |

80 | 5,5157958603952 |

90 | 6,2052703429446 |

100 | 6,894744825494 |

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