Flow Converter
Flow Unit Converter Tool
The Flow Unit Converter Tool allows users to convert between different units of flow measurement, including liters per second, cubic meters per hour, and gallons per minute. This tool is essential for professionals in fields such as hydrology, engineering, and environmental science. It ensures precise conversions, aiding in the accurate measurement and management of fluid flow.
Flow Rate Measurement Units
Flow rate measures the volume of fluid (liquid or gas) passing through a given point per unit of time. It is a crucial parameter in various fields, including engineering, environmental science, and industrial processes. Different units are used to quantify flow rates depending on the context and the scale of measurement. Here’s an overview of some common flow rate units:

Cubic Meter per Second (m³/s): A metric unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per second. This unit is commonly used in largescale applications such as hydrology and industrial processes.

Cubic Meter per Hour (m³/h): A metric unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per hour. It is often used in HVAC systems, water treatment facilities, and other industrial applications.

Liter per Second (L/s): A metric unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per second. One liter per second is equivalent to 0.001 cubic meters per second. This unit is frequently used in smallerscale applications, including laboratory work and small industrial processes.

Liter per Minute (L/min): A metric unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per minute. This unit is commonly used in medical devices, household appliances, and smaller industrial systems.

Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM): A unit used predominantly in the United States to measure the volume of air or gas flowing per minute. It is widely used in HVAC systems and various industrial applications.

Cubic Feet per Hour (CFH): A unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per hour. This unit is less common but may be used in some industrial contexts.

Gallons per Minute (GPM): A unit commonly used in the United States to measure the volume of liquid flowing per minute. It is frequently used in water supply and irrigation systems.

Gallons per Hour (GPH): A unit measuring the volume of liquid flowing per hour. This unit is used in various applications, including fuel consumption and water treatment.

Cubic Inches per Minute (CIM): A unit measuring the volume of fluid flowing per minute, commonly used in smallerscale industrial applications and engineering.
Flow Rate Unit Conversion Table
Cubic Meter per Second (m³/s)  Cubic Meter per Hour (m³/h)  Liter per Second (L/s)  Liter per Minute (L/min)  Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)  Cubic Feet per Hour (CFH)  Gallons per Minute (GPM)  Gallons per Hour (GPH)  Cubic Inches per Minute (CIM) 

1 m³/s  3,600 m³/h  1,000 L/s  60,000 L/min  2,118.88 CFM  7,648,000 CFH  264.172 GPM  15,850 GPH  61,023.74 CIM 
0.1 m³/s  360 m³/h  100 L/s  6,000 L/min  211.888 CFM  764,800 CFH  26.417 GPM  1,585 GPH  6,102.374 CIM 
0.01 m³/s  36 m³/h  10 L/s  600 L/min  21.1888 CFM  76,480 CFH  2.6417 GPM  158.5 GPH  610.2374 CIM 
0.001 m³/s  3.6 m³/h  1 L/s  60 L/min  2.11888 CFM  7,648 CFH  0.2642 GPM  15.85 GPH  61.02374 CIM 
0.0001 m³/s  0.36 m³/h  0.1 L/s  6 L/min  0.2119 CFM  764.8 CFH  0.0264 GPM  1.585 GPH  6.102374 CIM 
0.00001 m³/s  0.036 m³/h  0.01 L/s  0.6 L/min  0.0211888 CFM  76.48 CFH  0.00264 GPM  0.1585 GPH  0.6102374 CIM 
This table provides a comprehensive view of conversions between different flow rate units. Understanding these conversions is essential for applications such as fluid management, engineering calculations, and industrial processes.