Flow of liquid (gas) is the amount of liquid or gas flowing through a given section per unit time.

You can measure the rate of the fluid flow using various values volume per time.

**1 l/s = 3.6 m3/h**

(1 liter per second = 3.6 cubic meters per hour)

(1 liter per second = 3.6 cubic meters per hour)

With this online calculator you can convert l/s to m3/h. This is a simple program for converting m3/h into l/s.

Quickly perform this simple mathematical operation with this online program. To do this, enter a value in the appropriate field and click the button.

## Table for conversion m3/h to l/s and vice versa

Below is a table for converting.

Flow, m3/h to l/s |
Flow, l/s to m3/h |

1 m3/h = 0.2777 l/s | 1 l/s = 3.6 m3/h |

2 m3/h = 0.5555 l/s | 2 l/s = 7.2 m3/h |

3 m3/h = 0.8333 l/s | 3 l/s = 10.8 m3/h |

4 m3/h = 1.1111 l/s | 4 l/s = 14.4 m3/h |

5 m3/h = 1.3888 l/s | 5 l/s = 18 m3/h |

6 m3/h = 1.6666 l/s | 6 l/s = 21.6 m3/h |

7 m3/h = 1.9444 l/s | 7 l/s = 25.2 m3/h |

8 m3/h = 2.2222 l/s | 8 l/s = 28.8 m3/h |

9 m3/h = 2.5 l/s | 9 l/s = 32.4 m3/h |

10 m3/h = 2.7777 l/s | 10 l/s = 36 m3/h |

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