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Old 02-27-2008, 04:40 PM
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How do I convert 200 Liters of Diesel to Kilograms.


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How do I convert 200 Liters of Diesel to Kilograms.


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The density varies between refineries, between lots and with temperature. Low sulfur is different than conventional, etc. Try to get a density specific to your fuel.

However a typical density for #2 diesel is 0.84 kg/L at 60 F (standard temperature for US petroleum industry). Just multiply and you get 168 kg more or less. "Your diesel may vary"
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pls. send the conversion chart of diesel ltrs to kg
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convert 40 liter into kg
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Depends on the substance. You need to know its density.
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Could someone please tell me what 5 Liters is in KG. Thanks
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Could someone please tell me what 5 Liters is in KG. Thanks
You need to know the density of the specific substance (lead and feathers aren't the same) in kilograms per liter. Then you just multiply by five liters. The liters cancel out and you get kilograms.

If you don't know the density, just weigh the five liters.
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please help me convert 20liter of honey to kilogram
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please help me convert 20liter of honey to kilogram
The density varies with water content, temperature, and other factors, but is somewhere around 1.4 kg/L. See link for more detail:
http://www.fao.org/docrep/w0076e/w0076e04.htm

Assuming 1.4 kg/L, 20 L is 28 kg, more or less.
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[how do i convert 12000 litres of diesel to kgs?
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