For the Fire Protection PE Exam, units and unit conversion is critical.
In general practice, I've only rarely come across a need to convert units. However, with an audience as wide as those who follow this blog, I'm happy to say that I've just released a Unit Conversion tool that covers the most common fire protection units, including hydraulics, lighting, temperature, and dimensional units.
Just enter a quantity in any cell on the first column to get a series of converted values on the right.
If you don't see the unit converter below, see the full unit conversion tool here.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, is a Fire Protection Engineer in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.