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PSI to Bar to KPA Conversion Chart

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Pounds per square inch (PSI) to Bar to Kilopascal (KPA) conversion chart

PSI BAR KPA PSI BAR KPA PSI BAR KPA
10 0.7 70 29 2.0 200 48 3.3 330
11 0.8 80 30 2.1 210 49 3.4 340
12 0.8 80 31 2.1 210 50 3.4 340
13 0.9 90 32 2.2 220 51 3.5 350
14 1.0 100 33 2.3 230 52 3.6 360
15 1.0 100 34 2.3 230 53 3.7 370
16 1.1 110 35 2.4 240 54 3.7 370
17 1.2 120 36 2.5 250 55 3.8 380
18 1.2 120 37 2.6 260 56 3.9 390
19 1.3 130 38 2.6 260 57 3.9 390
20 1.4 140 39 2.7 270 58 4.0 400
21 1.4 140 40 2.8 280 59 4.1 410
22 1.5 150 41 2.8 280 60 4.1 410
23 1.6 160 42 2.9 290 61 4.2 420
24 1.7 170 43 3.0 300 62 4.3 430
25 1.7 170 44 3.0 300 63 4.3 430
26 1.8 180 45 3.1 310 64 4.4 440
27 1.9 190 46 3.2 320 65 4.5 450
28 1.9 190 47 3.2 320 66 4.5 450
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Above is an image of the PSI to Bar to KPA Conversion Chart tyre pressure placard.

This tyre pressure placard sticker was taken from a PSI to Bar to KPA Conversion Chart and the tyre pressure placard lists standard air pressures, laden tyre pressures and in some cases even have an "Eco" (Economical driving) setting.

The Eco or Economical driving tyre pressure setting is there to help increase fuel economy but in some cases can sacrifice comfort making the vehicle a harder ride. The increased air pressure in the Eco setting could also increase tyre wear to the centre of the tread but this is not always the case. Some drivers have reported a slightly lighter steering feeling and a very slight decrease in vehicle stability when using the Eco pressure.

The actual tyre pressure placard stuck on your vehicle is the most accurate listing of the tyre pressures for your PSI to Bar to KPA Conversion Chart, so if you are looking to find where the tyre / air pressure settings are for your vehicle then the placard is the best thing to look for.

Not all PSI's have a placard attached to the vehicle, if this is the case then you would need to find the vehicles hand book for the correct air pressure listing.

If you cant find your hand book and your vehicle doesn't have a readable placard attached to your vehicle then you could try our looking at our PSI Tyre Pressure Index for your vehicles tyre pressure.