All posts must be related to unit conversions.
Your IP address is logged, but it will not be displayed to anyone on
the forum. To prevent spam, no HTML or links are allowed. You cannot
edit your message once it's posted, so if you need to make corrections,
simply post a new message. If you have problems with the forum, you can
contact us directly.
You are replying to this post:
You need to know the density of the substance to convert litres per minute to kilograms per minute. Water at 4 degrees Celsius has a density of 1 kg/L, so for that particular case:
1 L/min = 1 kg/min for water at 4 deg C
But if it's something else, then you would first find out the density in kg/L and use that as the conversion factor.