# Bar To PSI Calculator: Convert Bars To PSI (+ Pressure Chart)

Bar to PSI is one of the most common pressure unit conversions. Here, we will help you convert any bars to PSI (Pounds per Square Inch). We will explain exactly how to convert pressure in bars to pressure in PSI with these 2 useful tools:

1. Bar To PSI Calculator. Here, you just insert the number of bars, and the online calculator will immediately convert them to PSI. Example: You insert ‘2.8 bars’, and the calculator tells you this is equal to 40.61 PSI right away.
2. Bar To PSI Conversion Chart. We converted 0.01-100 bars into PSI and summarized all the bar-to-psi equivalents in a neat conversion chart.

Let’s start with the calculator (we’ll show you the formula below the calculator, followed by the conversion chart):

Let’s use this online calculator to solve one example to illustrate how the calculator works:

How many PSI is 0.8 bar? We simply input ‘0.8’ in the bar input field, hit ‘Calculate’, and we get this result (screenshot):

We see that 0.8 bar is equal to 11.60 PSI. You can also use a similar PSI to bar calculator here, if you need this conversion in reverse.

Let’s have a look at the math behind this conversion:

### Bar To PSI Formula

Namely, both bars and PSI are units of pressure:

• Bar is defined as 100,000 Pa (Pascals, another unit of pressure). This is a pressure produced by a force of 100,000 N (Newtons) being exerted on an area of 1 m2 (square meter). Our atmospheric pressure at sea level, for example, is about 1.013 bars.
• PSI or pounds per square inch is just that; a pressure produced by a force of 1 pound being exerted on a surface of 1 square inch.

Now, to convert between these two pressure units, we only need to know this 1 conversion relationship:

1 Bar = 14.5037738 PSI

Basically, 1 bar is equal to about 14.5 PSI. Using this relationship, we can write the following bar to PSI formula:

PSI = Bar Ã— 14.5037738

Namely, if we want to convert bars to PSI, we have to multiply the number of bars by a factor of 14.5037738.

Quick Example: How many PSI is 0.3 bars? Simple. We just input 0.3 bars in the equation above like this (with the result):

PSI (0.3 Bar) = 0.3 Bar Ã— 14.5037738 = 4.35 PSI

We can see that 0.3 bar is equal to 4.35 PSI (accurate to two decimal places). You can check this result with the calculator above.

This is just one example. We convert pressures ranging from 0.01 and up to 100 bars into PSI, and summarized the results in this conversion chart you can freely use:

### Bar To PSI Conversion Chart

 Bar: PSI (Pounds Per Square Inch): 0.01 Bar 0.15 PSI 0.05 Bar 0.73 PSI 0.1 Bar 1.45 PSI 0.2 Bar 2.90 PSI 0.3 Bar 4.35 PSI 0.4 Bar 5.80 PSI 0.5 Bar 7.25 PSI 0.6 Bar 8.70 PSI 0.7 Bar 10.15 PSI 0.8 Bar 11.60 PSI 0.9 Bar 13.05 PSI 1 Bar 14.50 PSI 1.1 Bar 15.95 PSI 1.2 Bar 17.40 PSI 1.3 Bar 18.85 PSI 1.4 Bar 20.31 PSI 1.5 Bar 21.76 PSI 1.6 Bar 23.21 PSI 1.7 Bar 24.66 PSI 1.8 Bar 26.11 PSI 1.9 Bar 27.56 PSI 2 Bar 29.01 PSI 2.1 Bar 30.46 PSI 2.2 Bar 31.91 PSI 2.3 Bar 33.36 PSI 2.4 Bar 34.81 PSI 2.5 Bar 36.26 PSI 2.6 Bar 37.71 PSI 2.7 Bar 39.16 PSI 2.8 Bar 40.61 PSI 2.9 Bar 42.06 PSI 3 Bar 43.51 PSI 3.1 Bar 44.96 PSI 3.2 Bar 46.41 PSI 3.3 Bar 47.86 PSI 3.4 Bar 49.31 PSI 3.5 Bar 50.76 PSI 3.6 Bar 52.21 PSI 3.7 Bar 53.66 PSI 3.8 Bar 55.11 PSI 3.9 Bar 56.56 PSI 4 Bar 58.02 PSI 4.1 Bar 59.47 PSI 4.2 Bar 60.92 PSI 4.3 Bar 62.37 PSI 4.4 Bar 63.82 PSI 4.5 Bar 65.27 PSI 4.6 Bar 66.72 PSI 4.7 Bar 68.17 PSI 4.8 Bar 69.62 PSI 4.9 Bar 71.07 PSI 5 Bar 72.52 PSI 6 Bar 87.02 PSI 7 Bar 101.53 PSI 8 Bar 116.03 PSI 9 Bar 130.53 PSI 10 Bar 145.04 PSI 11 Bar 159.54 PSI 12 Bar 174.05 PSI 13 Bar 188.55 PSI 14 Bar 203.05 PSI 15 Bar 217.56 PSI 20 Bar 290.08 PSI 25 Bar 362.59 PSI 30 Bar 435.11 PSI 35 Bar 507.63 PSI 40 Bar 580.15 PSI 45 Bar 652.67 PSI 50 Bar 725.19 PSI 55 Bar 797.71 PSI 60 Bar 870.23 PSI 65 Bar 942.75 PSI 70 Bar 1,015.26 PSI 75 Bar 1,087.78 PSI 80 Bar 1,160.30 PSI 85 Bar 1,232.82 PSI 90 Bar 1,305.34 PSI 95 Bar 1,377.86 PSI 100 Bar 1,450.38 PSI

From now on, you can just check this chart, and see how many PSI you get for the certain amount of bars. In practice, the most commonly used conversions are below 1 bar. Here are the most important ones from the chart:

• 0.1 bar is equal to 1.45 PSI.
• 0.2 bar is equal to 2.90 PSI.
• 0.3 bar is equal to 4.35 PSI.
• 0.4 bar is equal to 5.80 PSI.
• 0.5 bar is equal to 7.25 PSI.
• 0.6 bar is equal to 8.70 PSI.
• 0.7 bar is equal to 10.15 PSI.
• 0.8 bar is equal to 11.60 PSI.
• 0.9 bar is equal to 13.05 PSI.

The atmospheric pressure at sea level (about 1.013 bar) is equal to 14.69 PSI.

Using the online calculator and this chart, you can now convert any bar to PSI yourself. If you need any help from us, you can always use the comment section below to specify how we can help you out, and we will lend our hand.