## Convert between volume flow units like *gpm, liter/sec, cfm, m*^{3}/h.

^{3}/h

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### Flow Units Converting Table

The tables below can used to convert between some common used flow units:

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US gpd | US gpm | cfm | IMP gpd | IMP gpm | |

m^{3}/s | 22800000 | 15852 | 2119 | 19000000 | 13200 |

m^{3}/min | 380000 | 264.2 | 35.32 | 316667 | 220 |

m^{3}/h | 6333.3 | 4.403 | 0.589 | 5277.8 | 3.67 |

liter/sec | 22800 | 15.852 | 2.119 | 19000 | 13.20 |

liter/min | 380 | 0.2642 | 0.0353 | 316.7 | 0.22 |

liter/h | 6.33 | 0.0044 | 0.00059 | 5.28 | 0.0037 |

US gpd | 1 | 0.000695 | 0.000093 | 0.833 | 0.000579 |

US gpm | 1438.3 | 1 | 0.1337 | 1198.6 | 0.833 |

cfm | 10760.3 | 7.48 | 1 | 8966.9 | 6.23 |

Imp gpd | 1.2 | 0.00083 | 0.00011 | 1 | 0.00069 |

Imp gpm | 1727.3 | 1.2 | 0.161 | 1439.4 | 1 |

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m^{3}/s | m^{3}/min | m^{3}/h | liter/sec | liter/min | liter/h | |

m^{3}/s | 1 | 60 | 3600 | 1000 | 60000 | 3600000 |

m^{3}/min | 0.0167 | 1 | 60 | 16.67 | 1000 | 60000 |

m^{3}/h | 0.000278 | 0.0167 | 1 | 0.278 | 16.67 | 1000 |

liter/sec | 0.001 | 0.06 | 3.6 | 1 | 60 | 3600 |

liter/min | 0.0000167 | 0.001 | 0.06 | 0.0167 | 1 | 60 |

liter/h | 2.7 10^{-7} | 0.000017 | 0.001 | 0.00028 | 0.0167 | 1 |

US gpd | 4.39 10^{-8} | 0.0000026 | 0.000158 | 0.000044 | 0.0026 | 0.158 |

US gpm | 0.000063 | 0.00379 | 0.227 | 0.0630 | 3.785 | 227.1 |

cfm | 0.00047 | 0.028 | 1.699 | 0.472 | 28.32 | 1698.99 |

Imp gpd | 5.26 10^{-8} | 0.0000032 | 0.000189 | 0.0000526 | 0.00316 | 0.1895 |

Imp gpm | 0.000076 | 0.0046 | 0.272 | 0.076 | 4.55 | 272.7 |

Select the "from" unit in the left column and follow the row until the "to" unit column.

*gpm = gallons per minute, gpd = gallons per day, cfm = cubic feet per minute*

### Example - Convert from *m*^{3}/h to Imperial gallons per minute *(gpm)*

^{3}/h

Volume flow in* m ^{3}/h* must be multiplied with

3.67

to convert to* Imp gpm*.

Alternatively use the online fluid flow calculator above.

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### Alternative Flow Units

1 Cubic metre/second = 22643 Barrel (oil)/h

1 Cubic metre/second = 6.29 Barrel (oil)/s

1 Cubic metre/second = 3.6 10^{9}Cubic centimetre/hour

1 Cubic metre/second = 6 10^{7 }Cubic centimetre/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 10^{6}Cubic centimetre/second

1 Cubic metre/second = 127133 Cubic feet/hour

1 Cubic metre/second = 2119 Cubic feet/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 35.3 Cubic feet/second

1 Cubic metre/second = 3600 Cubic metre/hour

1 Cubic metre/second = 60 Cubic metre/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 4709 Cubic yards/hour

1 Cubic metre/second = 78.5 Cubic yards/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 1.31 Cubic yards/second

1 Cubic metre/second = 13198 Gallon water/minute (UK)

1 Cubic metre/second = 15850 Gallon water/minute (US)

1 Cubic metre/second = 951019 Gallons (FI)/hour (US)

1 Cubic metre/second = 15850 Gallons (FI)/minute (US)

1 Cubic metre/second = 264.2 Gallons (FI)/second (US)

1 Cubic metre/second = 19005330 Gallons/day (UK)

1 Cubic metre/second = 791889 Gallons/hour (UK)

1 Cubic metre/second = 13198 Gallons/minute (UK)

1 Cubic metre/second = 219.97 Gallons/second (UK)

1 Cubic metre/second = 3600000 Liter/hour

1 Cubic metre/second = 60000 Liter/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 1000 Liter/second

1 Cubic metre/second = 131981 Pounds water/minute

1 Cubic metre/second = 86400 Ton of water (metric)/24hrs

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### cfm to m^{3}/h Converter

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