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    micron to mm


    Hi all,
    How to convert 200 micron to mm.


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    Re: micron to mm

    it is simple 1 mm= 1000 micron

    so 200 micron is 0.2 mm

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    Re: micron to mm

    Thanks for the info. it's indeed simple.

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    Re: micron to mm

    There is a vacuum conversion chart here which may be of interest...

    http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/va...ter-d_460.html
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    Re: micron to mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_UK View Post
    There is a vacuum conversion chart here which may be of interest...

    http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/va...ter-d_460.html
    Thanks Brian I needed something like that!
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    Re: micron to mm

    Thks Brian,
    It's useful to me.

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    Re: micron to mm

    Just what i was looking for i was trying to convert 6mm Hg to microns Which means it is 6000 microns.

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    Re: micron to mm

    Quote Originally Posted by marc5180 View Post
    Just what i was looking for i was trying to convert 6mm Hg to microns Which means it is 6000 microns.

    Thanks
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    Re: micron to mm

    You doing some absorption work?
    Quote Originally Posted by marc5180 View Post
    Just what i was looking for i was trying to convert 6mm Hg to microns Which means it is 6000 microns.

    Thanks

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    Re: micron to mm

    How did you know .
    Its for a presentation i was doing for college.
    Last edited by marc5180; 26-12-2008 at 11:03 PM.
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    Re: micron to mm

    Brian,
    many thanks for the site.one i'm looking for.

    regards,
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    Re: micron to mm

    Hi, all

    Quote Originally Posted by sparo View Post
    Hi all,
    How to convert 200 micron to mm.
    Quote Originally Posted by marc5180 View Post
    Just what i was looking for i was trying to convert 6mm Hg to microns Which means it is 6000 microns.

    Thanks
    1 bar is 760 mmHg (or 760 Torr), if we divide 1/760= 0,00131578947368 bar = 1 Torr

    The last inch (from 29-30 actually from 0-1) of vacuum is equal to 25400 microns. The micron then is a much more precise method for measuring deep vacuums. 1 micron = 0.001 ...

    .... an informal unit of pressure widely used in vacuum technology. In this use, a micron is a micron of mercury, that is, 0.001 mm Hg or approximately 1.333 microbars (Ábar or Áb) or 133.3 millipascals (mPa). For all practical purposes, 1 micron is identical to 1 millitorr (mTorr).

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    Re: micron to mm

    Thanks for the link Brian.

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