Torque Converter

Torque Converter

Welcome to, your trusted source for reliable and user-friendly tools designed to simplify your technical and engineering tasks. Today, we are excited to introduce the Torque Converter, a versatile tool that is indispensable for anyone working with torque measurements. Whether you’re an engineer, mechanic, or physics student, this tool will help you convert torque units accurately and efficiently.

Understanding Torque

Torque is a measure of the rotational force applied to an object, such as a bolt or a mechanical component. It is a crucial parameter in mechanical engineering, automotive design, and various other fields. Torque is typically measured in units such as dyne centimeters (dyn cm), kilogram-force meters (kgf m), newton meters (N m), pound-force feet (lbf ft), and pound-force inches (lbf in). Converting between these units is essential for ensuring precise calculations and effective engineering solutions.

Conversion Options with the Torque Converter

Our Torque Converter offers a comprehensive range of conversion options to cater to diverse needs. Here’s a detailed look at the available conversions:

Dyne Centimeter to Dyne Centimeter

This straightforward conversion allows you to verify your measurements without any changes in scale, ensuring consistency and accuracy.

Dyne Centimeter to Kilogram-Force Meter

For applications requiring a larger scale of measurement, converting dyne centimeters to kilogram-force meters (kgf m) is essential. This conversion is particularly useful in mechanical engineering and physics, where 1 dyne centimeter equals 1x10⁻⁷ kilogram-force meters.

Dyne Centimeter to Newton Meter

Newton meters (N m) are a standard unit of torque in the International System of Units (SI). Converting dyne centimeters to newton meters is crucial for scientific and engineering applications, where 1 dyne centimeter equals 1x10⁻⁷ newton meters.

Dyne Centimeter to Pound-Force Foot

In many practical engineering applications, especially in the United States, torque is measured in pound-force feet (lbf ft). Converting dyne centimeters to pound-force feet is necessary for these contexts, where 1 dyne centimeter equals approximately 7.233x10⁻⁹ pound-force feet.

Dyne Centimeter to Pound-Force Inch

For more detailed and precise measurements, converting dyne centimeters to pound-force inches (lbf in) can be essential. This conversion is often used in automotive and mechanical engineering, where 1 dyne centimeter equals approximately 8.8507x10⁻⁸ pound-force inches.

How to Use the Torque Converter

Our Torque Converter is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, making it accessible to both professionals and enthusiasts. Follow these simple steps to get accurate conversions:

Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Navigate to the Converter: Visit the Torque Converter page on
  2. Select the Conversion Type: Choose the specific conversion you need from the provided options.
  3. Input the Value: Enter the torque value in the starting unit.
  4. Get Instant Results: The tool will provide an accurate conversion to the desired unit.

Example Conversion

Let's see how it works with an example:

Input: 1000 dyne centimeters

Conversion Type: Dyne Centimeter to Newton Meter

Output: 0.0001 newton meters

Why Choose Our Torque Converter?

  • Accuracy: Our tool ensures precise and reliable conversions, critical for technical and engineering applications.
  • User-Friendly Interface: Designed for ease of use, making it accessible to both professionals and hobbyists.
  • Versatility: Covers a wide range of units, accommodating various fields and applications.
  • Free Access: Available at no cost, providing high-quality tools for everyone.


The Torque Converter at is an indispensable tool for anyone working with torque measurements. Its wide range of conversion options, combined with accuracy and ease of use, makes it ideal for various applications. Visit today to try the Torque Converter and explore our other free tools designed to make your technical tasks easier and more efficient.

Convert torque units with precision and confidence!


Richard Hayes

CEO / Co-Founder

Enjoy the little things in life. For one day, you may look back and realize they were the big things. Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.

We care about your data and would love to use cookies to improve your experience.