16 CFR 500.19 - Conversion of SI metric quantities to inch/pound quantities and inch/pound quantities to SI metric quantities.
Inch/pound | Metric |
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*Exactly. | |
Note: These conversion factors are given to six significant digits to provide such accuracy when necessary. | |
Length | |
1 mil=25.4 micrometers (µm)* | 1 micrometer= 0.039370 mil. |
1 inch=2.54 cm* | 1 millimeter=0.039 370 in. |
1 foot=30.48 cm* | 1 centimeter=0.393 701 in. |
1 yard=0.9144m* | 1 meter=3.280 84 ft. |
Area | |
1 square inch=6.4516 cm^{2}* | 1 square centimeter=0.155 000 in^{2}. |
1 square foot=929.0304 cm^{2}* | 1 square decimeter=0.107 639 ft^{2}. |
=9.290 304 dm^{2} | 1 square meter=10.763 9 ft^{2}. |
1 square yard=0.836 127 m^{2} | |
Volume or Capacity | |
1 cubic inch=16.3871 cm^{3} | 1 cubic centimeter=0.061 023 7 in^{3}. |
1 cubic foot=0.028 316 8 m^{3} | 1 cubic decimeter=0.035 314 7 ft^{3}. |
=2.83 168 dm^{3} | 1 cubic meter=35.314 7 ft^{3}. |
1 cubic yard=0.764 555 m^{3} | =1.307 95 yd^{3}. |
1 fluid ounce=29.573 5 mL | 1 milliliter=0.033 814 0 fluid oz. |
1 liquid pint=473.177 mL | 1 liter=1.05669 liquid quart. |
=0.473 177 L | 1 liter=0.264 172 gallon. |
1 liquid quart=946.353 mL | 1 dry pint=550.610 5 mL. |
=0.946 353 L | 1 dry quart=1.101 221 L. |
1 gallon=3.785 41 L | 1 dry peck=8.809 768 L. |
1 bushel=35.2391 L | |
Weight or Mass | |
1 ounce=28.349 5 g | 1 milligram=0.000 035 274 0 oz. |
1 pound=453.592 g | =0.015 432 4 grain. |
=0.453 592 kg | 1 gram=0.035 274 0 oz. |
1 kilogram=2.204 62 lb. |
(a) For calculating the conversion of SI metric quantities to inch/pound quantities and inch/pound quantities to metric quantities, the factors in the following chart and none others shall be employed:
SI Metric Inch/Pound Conversion Factors
Inch/pound | Metric |
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Length | |
1 mil=25.4 micrometers (µm)* | 1 micrometer= 0.039370 mil. |
1 inch=2.54 cm* | 1 millimeter=0.039 370 in. |
1 foot=30.48 cm* | 1 centimeter=0.393 701 in. |
1 yard=0.9144m* | 1 meter=3.280 84 ft. |
Area | |
1 square inch=6.4516 cm ^{2}* | 1 square centimeter=0.155 000 in ^{2}. |
1 square foot=929.0304 cm ^{2}* | 1 square decimeter=0.107 639 ft ^{2}. |
=9.290 304 dm ^{2} | 1 square meter=10.763 9 ft ^{2}. |
1 square yard=0.836 127 m ^{2} | |
Volume or Capacity | |
1 cubic inch=16.3871 cm ^{3} | 1 cubic centimeter=0.061 023 7 in ^{3}. |
1 cubic foot=0.028 316 8 m ^{3} | 1 cubic decimeter=0.035 314 7 ft ^{3}. |
=2.83 168 dm ^{3} | 1 cubic meter=35.314 7 ft ^{3}. |
1 cubic yard=0.764 555 m ^{3} | =1.307 95 yd ^{3}. |
1 fluid ounce=29.573 5 mL | 1 milliliter=0.033 814 0 fluid oz. |
1 liquid pint=473.177 mL | 1 liter=1.05669 liquid quart. |
=0.473 177 L | 1 liter=0.264 172 gallon. |
1 liquid quart=946.353 mL | 1 dry pint=550.610 5 mL. |
=0.946 353 L | 1 dry quart=1.101 221 L. |
1 gallon=3.785 41 L | 1 dry peck=8.809 768 L. |
1 bushel=35.2391 L | |
Weight or Mass | |
1 ounce=28.349 5 g | 1 milligram=0.000 035 274 0 oz. |
1 pound=453.592 g | =0.015 432 4 grain. |
=0.453 592 kg | 1 gram=0.035 274 0 oz. |
1 kilogram=2.204 62 lb. |
*Exactly.
Note: These conversion factors are given to six significant digits to provide such accuracy when necessary.
(b) The SI metric quantity declaration should be shown in three digits except where the quantity is below 100 grams, milliliters, centimeters, square centimeters or cubic centimeters, where it can be shown in two figures. In either case, any final zero appearing to the right of a decimal point need not be shown.
Title 16 published on 2015-01-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 16 CFR Part 500 after this date.
GPO FDSys XML | Text type regulations.gov FR Doc. 2015-01629 RIN 3084-AB33 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION Notice of proposed rulemaking; request for public comment. Written comments must be received on or before March 30, 2015. 16 CFR Parts 500 and 502 Based on comments received in response to its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“ANPR”), the Commission proposes amending the rules and regulations promulgated under the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (“Rules”) to modernize the place-of-business listing requirement; incorporate a more comprehensive metric chart; address the use of exponents with customary inch/pound measurements; delete outdated prohibitions on retail price sales representations; and acknowledge the role of the weights-and-measures laws of individual states. The Commission seeks comment on these proposals.