›› Convert pound/inch to newton/millimetre

Note these are surface tension units, where you divide the units. If you meant to convert torque, use the dash symbol to multiply, like N-m instead of N/m.


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How many pound/inch in 1 newton/millimetre? The answer is 5.7101471627692.
We assume you are converting between pound/inch and newton/millimetre.
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The SI derived unit for surface tension is the newton/meter.
1 newton/meter is equal to 0.0057101471627692 pound/inch, or 0.001 newton/millimetre.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between pounds/inch and newtons/millimeter.
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›› Quick conversion chart of pound/inch to newton/millimetre

1 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 0.17513 newton/millimetre

5 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 0.87563 newton/millimetre

10 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 1.75127 newton/millimetre

20 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 3.50254 newton/millimetre

30 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 5.25381 newton/millimetre

40 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 7.00507 newton/millimetre

50 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 8.75634 newton/millimetre

75 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 13.13451 newton/millimetre

100 pound/inch to newton/millimetre = 17.51268 newton/millimetre

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