Torque Converter

Torque Converter

Torque Converter

Introduction of the Tool

Welcome to the Torque Converter tool! This handy utility allows you to convert torque values between various units quickly and accurately. Whether you’re an engineer, mechanic, or DIY enthusiast, this tool simplifies the process of torque conversion, helping you save time and reduce errors.

Steps to Use the Tool

  1. Enter Torque Value: Input the torque value you wish to convert in the “Enter Torque Value” field.
  2. Select From Unit: Choose the unit of the value you have from the “From Unit” dropdown menu.
  3. Select To Unit: Choose the unit to which you want to convert the value from the “To Unit” dropdown menu.
  4. Convert: Click the “Convert” button to perform the conversion.
  5. View Result: The converted torque value will be displayed below the button.

Functionality of the Tool

The Torque Converter tool provides the following functionalities:

  • User Input: Allows the user to input a torque value and select units for conversion.
  • Unit Selection: Offers a variety of torque units including Newton meter (N·m), Pound-force foot (lb·ft), Pound-force inch (lb·in), Kilogram-force meter (kgf·m), Kilogram-force centimeter (kgf·cm), and Ounce-force inch (oz·in).
  • Conversion Calculation: Utilizes a predefined conversion table to accurately convert torque values from one unit to another.
  • Output Display: Shows the converted torque value along with the corresponding units.

Benefits of Using This Tool

  • Efficiency: Quickly converts torque values without the need for manual calculations or external tools.
  • Accuracy: Ensures precise conversions using a reliable conversion matrix.
  • Convenience: Easy-to-use interface accessible from any device with a web browser.
  • Versatility: Supports multiple units of torque measurement, making it suitable for various applications and industries.


Q: What is torque? A: Torque is a measure of the force that can cause an object to rotate about an axis. It is commonly used in mechanics and engineering to describe the rotational force applied to a lever, wheel, or shaft.

Q: How do I know which units to convert between? A: If you are working with specific tools or standards, the required units should be specified. Otherwise, you can use the tool to convert between any of the supported units as needed.

Q: What if I enter an invalid number or leave the field blank? A: The tool will prompt you to “Please enter a valid number” if the input value is missing or invalid.

Q: Can I use this tool for professional engineering calculations? A: While the tool provides accurate conversions, it is always advisable to double-check critical calculations and consult professional standards or guidelines relevant to your field.

Q: Are there any limitations to the torque values I can enter? A: The tool is designed to handle a wide range of values, but extreme values might be subject to browser or computational limitations. For most practical purposes, it will handle typical torque values encountered in engineering and mechanical applications.