The output temperature is given as °C, °F, K and °R.
Note! ranges 0-1000 mbara, 0-14.7 psia, 0-760 mm Hg or 0-30 in Hg.
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Below, figures and tables show the boiling point of water at varying vacuum .
See Water and Heavy Water for thermodynamic properties at standard condtions.
See also other properties of Water at varying temperature and pressure : Boiling points at high pressure , Density and specific weight , Dynamic and kinematic viscosity , Enthalpy and entropy , Heat of vaporization , Ionization Constant, pK w , of normal and heavy water , Melting points at high pressure , Prandtl number , Properties at Gas-Liquid Equilibrium Conditions , Saturation pressure , Specific gravity , Specific heat (heat capacity) , Specific volume , Thermal conductivity , Thermal diffusivity and Vapour pressure at gas-liquid equilibrium .
Boiling point as function of the pressure, given as "mm Hg below standard atmospheric pressure":
(= Vacuum of e.g. 100 mm Hg is the same as [760-100]=660 mm Hg absolute pressure)
The table shows the water boiling temperature at different vacuum pressure.
Vacuum is given as absolute pressure and pressure "below standard atmospheric pressure" (1 bara = 0 vacuum):
For full table with Vacuum and Water Boiling Point - rotate the screen!
|Absolute pressure||Vacuum (below standard atmospheric pressure)||Water boiling point|
| [Microns] |
|[in Hg]||[psia]|| [mbara] |
|[in Hg]|| [mmHg] |
| [mbar] |
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