›› Convert pint [US, liquid] to imperial gallon

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How many pint in 1 Imperial gallon? The answer is 9.6075993634299.
We assume you are converting between pint [US, liquid] and imperial gallon.
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 2113.3764099325 pint, or 219.96924829909 Imperial gallon.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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›› Quick conversion chart of pint to Imperial gallon

1 pint to Imperial gallon = 0.10408 Imperial gallon

5 pint to Imperial gallon = 0.52042 Imperial gallon

10 pint to Imperial gallon = 1.04084 Imperial gallon

20 pint to Imperial gallon = 2.08169 Imperial gallon

30 pint to Imperial gallon = 3.12253 Imperial gallon

40 pint to Imperial gallon = 4.16337 Imperial gallon

50 pint to Imperial gallon = 5.20421 Imperial gallon

75 pint to Imperial gallon = 7.80632 Imperial gallon

100 pint to Imperial gallon = 10.40843 Imperial gallon

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