Do you want to convert Air Watts to Pascals and weren’t sure how? Use following calculator that make this conversion simple for you. Enter the power in Air Watts into the calculator and it will instantly give you the pressure in Pascals.
What Are Air Watts and Pascals?
To understand how to use the calculator, it’s essential to know what Air Watts and Pascals represent.

Air Watts (AW): This is a measure of the effectiveness of a vacuum cleaner or a similar device in moving air and picking up dirt. It combines both airflow (in cubic feet per minute, or CFM) and suction (in inches of water lift) into a single value, giving a more accurate measure of performance compared to just stating the power in watts.

Pascals (Pa): This is a unit of pressure in the International System of Units (SI). It is defined as one newton per square meter. In the context of vacuum cleaners, it measures the suction pressure created by the device.
The relationship between Air Watts and Pascals is given by the formula:
$$\text{Pa}=\text{AW}\times 8.020650$$
How To Use Air Watts to Pa Calculator
This calculator has two modes: Basic and Advanced. Here’s how you can use each mode effectively.
1. Basic Calculator
The Basic Calculator allows you to convert a value from Air Watts to Pascals or vice versa.
 Enter “Power in Air Watts (AW)”: Input the power in Air Watts. For instance, you might enter 50.
 Calculate “Pressure in Pascals (Pa)”: Press the “Calculate” button and the calculator will convert the Air Watts to Pascals.
Alternatively, you can input the Pascals value and leave the Air Watts field empty to convert from Pascals to Air Watts.
2. Advanced Calculator
The Advanced Calculator is designed for more complex scenarios where you may need to account for airflow in cubic feet per minute (CFM) along with Air Watts.
 Enter “Power in Air Watts (AW)”: Input the power in Air Watts. For example, enter 100.
 Enter “Airflow in Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)”: Input the airflow value. For instance, enter 150.
 Calculate “Pressure in Pascals (Pa)”: Press the “Calculate” button, and the calculator will give you the total pressure in Pascals.
Conversion Formula
Here’s a breakdown of the formula and the variables used in the calculator:
Variable  Description 

AW  Air Watts (power) 
Pa  Pascals (pressure) 
CFM  Cubic Feet per Minute (airflow) 
The basic formula used by the calculator is:
How To Convert Air Watts To Pa
Let’s go through two examples to see how the conversion works.
Example 1: Basic Calculation
Convert Air Watts to Pascals
Given:
 Air Watts (AW) = 50
Calculation:
Multiply the Air Watts by the conversion factor:
$$\text{Pa}=50\times 8.020650=401.0325$$
So, 50 Air Watts is equivalent to 401.03 Pascals.
Example 2: Advanced Calculation
Calculate Pressure in Pascals with Air Watts and CFM
Given:
 Air Watts (AW) = 100
 CFM = 150
Calculation:
Calculate pressure from Air Watts:
$$\text{PafromAW}=100\times 8.020650=802.065$$
If you have an additional factor in the advanced calculator (such as a CFMtoPa conversion factor), you could add this to the Pa calculated from Air Watts, but in this simplified scenario, the total Pa would just be the result from above.
So, 100 Air Watts with an airflow of 150 CFM results in a pressure of 802.07 Pascals.
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