Use this petrol conversion tool to convert between different units of weight and volume. Please note that this type of conversion requires a substance density figure. A list of some common petrol density approximations is provided below.
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Petrol conversion substances
'Petrol Density List' figures are from simetric.co.uk - copyright © Roger Walker. Note that converting between units of weight and volume require a density figure. You can learn how to convert from volume to weight in this article.
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Substance densities currently available for the petrol converter:
Petrol (natural) (60 F), Petrol (vehicle) (60 F),
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