Fahrenheit(°F) to Kelvin(K) and Kelvin(K) to Fahrenheit(°F) Converter

Fahrenheit and Kelvin temperature scales are one of the most used ones by the people. They are needed to be converted to each other many times. We prepared a calculator that you can easily convert the Fahrenheit temperatures to Kelvin temperatures and vice versa without any problem. This calculator will be a very big companion for you to easily calculate the Kelvin-Fahrenheit calculations.

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Fahrenheit – Kelvin Temperature Converter

Kelvin(K) to Fahrenheit(°F) Converter









Fahrenheit(°F) to Kelvin(K) Calculator









The use of the Fahrenheit to Kelvin temperature scale converter is very simple above. You just need to select in which direction you want to make temperature conversions; Fahrenheit to Kelvin or Kelvin to Fahrenheit, then enter the temperature value that must be converted to another one. Then click on the ‘Calculate!’ button to see the equivalent temperature on the other temperature scale. 

Check: Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter Tool.

What is the Fahrenheit Temperature Scale?

Fahrenheit is a temperature scale that is used in English units. People in the US are more familiar with the Fahrenheit temperature scale. According to the Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of the water at 1 atm is assumed as 32°F and the boiling point of the water is considered 212°F. The SI unit equivalent of the Fahrenheit temperature scale is Celsius.

What is the Kelvin Temperature Scale?

Kelvin temperature scale is a scientific temperature scale in the SI units. The absolute zero temperature is -273.16°C. And it is not dependent on the boiling or freezing points of any elements or substances. In the scientific and thermodynamical calculations, the Kelvin temperature scale is used. 

How to Convert Kelvin to Fahrenheit?

The conversion between Kelvin and Fahrenheit is very simple. 

°F = 1.8*(K-273) + 32

To find the Fahrenheit equivalent of the K, you need to subtract 273 from K and multiply this value by 1.8. Add 32 to this value to calculate the Fahrenheit. To make the opposite calculation, subtract 32 from Fahrenheit, divide this value by 1.8 then add 32 to it. 

Conclusion

The use of Fahrenheit to Kelvin and Kelvin to Fahrenheit converters is very simple. 

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