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# How many Kpa of pressure is there in 10 meters of water?

## Answer

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###### July 17, 2010 4:54PM

10 meters of water is 98.06 kPa

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###### Asked in Plumbing, Math and Arithmetic

### How much water pressure would you get from a 80000 liter tank with 35 meter head?

You get a pressure of about 1 atmosphere (or bar) for every 10
meters.
Note:
The pressure has nothing to do with the volume of water
behind it.
It only depends on the depth or head.
1 meter = 9,794.7 pa
35 meters = 342.815 kpa
35 meters = 114.83 feet = 49.72 psi
These figures are only for water in the tank.