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 [Formula: lbf = N x 0.225] [Worksheet] [Printer friendly]
N   lbf
=  0.225
=  0.450
=  0.674
=  0.899
=  1.124
=  1.349
=  1.574
=  1.798
=  2.023
=  2.248
=  2.473
=  2.698
=  2.923
=  3.147
=  3.372
=  3.597
=  3.822
=  4.047
=  4.271
=  4.496
=  4.721
=  4.946
=  5.171
=  5.395
=  5.620
N   lbf
=  5.845
=  6.070
=  6.295
=  6.519
=  6.744
=  6.969
=  7.194
=  7.419
=  7.644
=  7.868
=  8.093
=  8.318
=  8.543
=  8.768
=  8.992
=  9.217
=  9.442
=  9.667
=  9.892
=  10.116
=  10.341
=  10.566
=  10.791
=  11.016
=  11.240
N   lbf
=  11.465
=  11.690
=  11.915
=  12.140
=  12.364
=  12.589
=  12.814
=  13.039
=  13.264
=  13.489
=  13.713
=  13.938
=  14.163
=  14.388
=  14.613
=  14.837
=  15.062
=  15.287
=  15.512
=  15.737
=  15.961
=  16.186
=  16.411
=  16.636
=  16.861
N   lbf
=  17.085
=  17.310
=  17.535
=  17.760
=  17.985
=  18.210
=  18.434
=  18.659
=  18.884
=  19.109
=  19.334
=  19.558
=  19.783
=  20.008
=  20.233
=  20.458
=  20.682
=  20.907
=  21.132
=  21.357
=  21.582
=  21.806
=  22.031
=  22.256
=  22.481

# NEWTONS to POUND-FORCE Conversion Table

 N  =  0.225 lbf

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## How to convert from NEWTONS to POUND-FORCE

Since 1 Newton is equal to 0.225 Pound-force, we could say that n Newtons are equal to 0.225 times n Pound-force. In other words, we could use the following formula:

Pound-force = Newtons x 0.225

For example, let's say that we want to convert 2.0 Newtons to Pound-force. Then, we just replace Newtons in the abovementioned formula with 2.0:

Pound-force = 2.0 x 0.225

That is, 2.0 Newtons are equal to 0.45 Pound-force.

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