US Gallons to Liters - Liters to US Gallons Converter
Usage: (1) Enter the measurement value and tab out or click Convert. (In Detail)
From measuremnet value is required and should be numeric.
Rounding may affect the result of very small decimal values. If you are expecting small decimal value,
then please select 8 Decimals or higher
option in the Round To field.
Using The US Gallon to Litre Unit Converter
Enter the from unit value, either US Gallon or Litre.
Either tab out or press Convert button.
The result will be shown in the result section.
By default, the decimal rounding option is set to Do Not Round. If you want the decimals of the result values to be rounded? Then, select the decimal numbers to be rounded from the Round To drop down list.
You can swap the US Gallon (gal) and Litre (l) units by pressing the the Swap Units button.
Generating And Printing The US Gallon(gal) & Litre(l) Conversion Chart
Select the Volume conversion you want to perform from the drop-down box Conversion Type. You can convert from US Gallon to Litre and vice versa.
Select the decimal place rounding in the Rounding drop down. By default, this converter uses 6 decimal places.
Enter the Starting Volume you desire to start the conversion chart.
Enter the Interval between volumes. Example: -100, -10, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 10, 100, etc...
Click the Generate Chart button to generate your desired chart.
Click the Print button to print the chart you have generated. This printing option allows you to print only the chart portion.
Gallon is one among the common unit of measuring liquids in USA. One US Gallon is equal to 3.785411784 Litres. Gallon is usually represented in short form as ‘gal’. Below is the relationship between US Gallon and other fluid unit of measurements.
1 US Gallon = 3.785411784 Litre.
1 US Gallon = 3785.411784 Millilitre.
1 US Gallon = 16 US Cup.
1 US Gallon = 0.832674184629 UK Gallon.
1 US Gallon = 13.322769370466 UK Cup.
Liter (American Spelling) is also spelled as Litre in British English. One liter is equal to 1 cubic decimeter (dm3). Liter is represented in short form as “L” or “l”. Below is the relationship between Liter and other important fluid unit of measurements.