# Liquid Measurement Conversion Charts

=== by Bob Sutherland ===

This is a collection of conversion charts for liquid measurements.

Pick the liquid measurement conversion chart that best meets your needs. Version 2 charts display more decimal places than version 1 charts.

- Conversion list from Imperial Fluid Ounces to Milliltres
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts imperial fluid ounces to millilitres.
- Conversion list from United States Fluid Ounces to Milliltres
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts United States fluid ounces to millilitres.
- Conversion list from Litres to Imperial Gallons (version 1)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts litres to imperial gallons displaying 2 decimal places for imperial gallons.
- Conversion list from Litres to Imperial Gallons (version 2)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts litres to imperial gallons displaying 8 decimal places for imperial gallons.
- Conversion list from Litres to U.S.A. Liquid Gallons (version 1)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts litres to U.S.A. liquid gallons displaying 2 decimal places for U.S.A. liquid gallons.
- Conversion list from Litres to U.S.A. Liquid Gallons (version 2)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts litres to U.S.A. liquid gallons displaying 8 decimal places for U.S.A. liquid gallons.
- Conversion list from Imperial Gallons to Litres
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts imperial gallons to litres displaying 5 decimal places for litres.
- Conversion list from U.S.A. Liquid Gallons to Litres (version 1)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts U.S.A. liquid gallons to litres displaying 2 decimal places for litres.
- Conversion list from U.S.A. Liquid Gallons to Litres (version 2)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts U.S.A. liquid gallons to litres displaying 9 decimal places for litres.
- Conversion list from Imperial Gallons to U.S.A. Liquid Gallons (version 1)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts imperial gallons to U.S.A. liquid gallons displaying 2 decimal places for U.S.A. liquid gallons.
- Conversion list from Imperial Gallons to U.S.A. Liquid Gallons (version 2)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts imperial gallons to U.S.A. liquid gallons displaying 8 decimal places for U.S.A. liquid gallons.
- Conversion list from U.S.A. Liquid Gallons to Imperial Gallons (version 1)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts U.S.A. liquid gallons to imperial gallons displaying 2 decimal places for imperial gallons.
- Conversion list from U.S.A. Liquid Gallons to Imperial Gallons (version 2)
- Counting from 0 to 4000, this list converts U.S.A. liquid gallons to imperial gallons displaying 8 decimal places for imperial gallons.

### A Note Explaining Dry Versus Liquid Gallons

In the United States they have a series of dry units that include pints, quarts, gallons and bushels which are used in agriculture to measure the size of baskets containing berries, fruits and vegetables. For historical reasons a U.S.A. dry gallon does not have the same volume as a U.S.A. liquid gallon.

1 U.S. liquid gallon is exactly 3.785411784 litres.

1 U.S. dry gallon is exactly 4.40488377086 litres.

In the imperial system of measurements inherited by Canada from Britain the volume of an imperial gallon does not change whether used for dry measurements of basket sizes in agriculture or for liquid measurements.

1 imperial gallon is exactly 4.54609 litres.