# Bar to Millimeter of Mercury (mmHg) Pressure Unit Conversion Calculator

This calculator allows you to convert pressure values from Bar to Millimeter of Mercury (mmHg) .

**Definition: Bar**

A bar is a unit of pressure that is commonly used in meteorology and engineering. It is defined as 100,000 Pascals and is approximately equal to atmospheric pressure at sea level.

**Definition: Millimeter of Mercury (mmHg)**

A millimeter of mercury (mmHg) is a unit of pressure based on the height of a column of mercury. It is commonly used in measuring atmospheric pressure and in clinical settings.

**Formula for Bar to mmHg Conversion:**

**Pressure in mmHg = Pressure in Bar × 750.062**

**How to Convert Bar to mmHg: Example Calculation**

Suppose you have a pressure of 1 Bar.

To convert it to mmHg:

1 × 750.062 = 750.062 mmHg

So, 1 Bar is equal to approximately 750.062 mmHg.

**Quick Reference Conversion Table for Bar to mmHg**

Bar | mmHg |

0.1 Bar | 75.0062 mmHg |

0.5 Bar | 375.031 mmHg |

1 Bar | 750.062 mmHg |

2 Bar | 1500.12 mmHg |

5 Bar | 3750.31 mmHg |

10 Bar | 7500.62 mmHg |

20 Bar | 15001.24 mmHg |

**Use of Bar to mmHg Conversion Calculator:**

**Pressure Measurement:**Useful for converting pressure measurements in bar to mmHg for various applications.**Instrumentation:**Ideal for converting gauge readings in bar to mmHg units for accurate monitoring.**Industrial Applications:**Practical for industries requiring pressure conversions between these units for process control.

This calculator is a valuable tool for engineers, technicians, and professionals needing precise pressure conversions.

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