›› Convert pipe [US] to barrel [UK, wine]

barrel [UK, wine]

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How many pipe in 1 barrel [UK, wine]? The answer is 0.30023748010718.
We assume you are converting between pipe [US] and barrel [UK, wine].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 2.0966035812822 pipe, or 6.9831507396536 barrel [UK, wine].
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›› Quick conversion chart of pipe to barrel [UK, wine]

1 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 3.3307 barrel [UK, wine]

5 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 16.65348 barrel [UK, wine]

10 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 33.30697 barrel [UK, wine]

15 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 49.96045 barrel [UK, wine]

20 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 66.61394 barrel [UK, wine]

25 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 83.26742 barrel [UK, wine]

30 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 99.9209 barrel [UK, wine]

40 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 133.22787 barrel [UK, wine]

50 pipe to barrel [UK, wine] = 166.53484 barrel [UK, wine]

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