 # Know What is Fluid Ounce and Learn 3 Ways How to Convert Fluid Ounce

The fluid ounce is a common term in volume measurement. In this blog, we will share complete knowledge about fluid ounces and help you understand how to convert fluid ounces into other volume units.

## What is a fluid Ounce?

A fluid ounce is a unit of measurement for Volume/capacity. The fluid ounce is prominently in the United States and in the Common Wealth and Caribbean countries.

## How many types of fluid Ounces?

The fluid ounce measurement varies from country to country.

United States :

There are two types of fluid ounces that we usually use in the United States.

US Customary fluid ounce

The US customary ounce is 1/8th of a US cup so 1 US fluid ounce = 1.805 cubic inches. This is majorly called a US fluid ounce.

US labeling fluid ounce

The US labeling fluid ounce is used for labeling purposes in the labeling of food products as per United States Law. As per law, one US-labeling fluid ounce is 30 ml of a liquid.

Other than the United States

Imperial cup

This volume measurement is derived from imperial measurement. The Imperial fluid ounce is 1/8th of an imperial cup so 1 fluid ounce = 2.167 cubic inches.

## How to convert fluid ounces?

There are 3 ways to convert fluid ounce

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### 2. By using the ounce calculation formula

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to cubic inches

1 US ounce (Customary) = 1.805 cubic inches.

1 ML = 1 cubic centimeter , 1 inch = 2.54 cm

1 US labeling fluid ounce = 30 ml = 30 / ( 2.54 X 2.54 X 2.54 ) Cubic inches

1 US labeling fluid ounce = 1.831 cubic inches.

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 2.167 cubic inches

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to Liters

1 liter = 10 cm X 10 cm X 10 cm, 1 inch = 2.54 cm, 1000 ml = 1 liter

1 US fluid ounce = 1.805 X 14.438 X 2.54 X 2.54 X 2.54 / 1000 liters

1 US fluid ounce = 0.0296 liters

1 US labeling fluid ounce = 30 ml = 30/1000 liters

1 US labeling fluid ounce = 0.030 liters

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 2.167 X 2.54 X 2.54 X 2.54 / 1000 liters

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 0.0355 liter

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to milliliters

1 liter = 10 cm X 10 cm X 10 cm, 1 inch = 2.54 cm, 1000 ml = 1 liter

1 US fluid ounce = 1.805 X 14.438 X 2.54 X 2.54 X 2.54 / 1000 liters

1 US fluid ounce = 0.0296 X 1000 milliliters

1 US fluid ounce = 29.6 milliliters

1 US labeling fluid ounce = 30 milliliters

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 2.167 X 2.54 X 2.54 X 2.54 / 1000 liters

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 0.0355 X 1000 milliliters

1 Imperial fluid ounce = 35.5 milliliters

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to Gallons

1 fluid ounce = 1 / 128 gallons, 0.0078125 gallons

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to Quarts

1 fluid ounce = 1/32 Quarts , 0.0313 quarts

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to pints

1 fluid ounce = 1/16 pints = 0.0625 pints

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to cup

1 fluid ounce = 1/8 cups = 0.125 cups

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to Tablespoons

1 fluid ounce = 2 Tablespoons

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

#### Know How to convert fluid ounce to Teaspoons

1 fluid ounce = 6 teaspoons

The fluid ounce can either be a US fluid ounce or an imperial fluid ounce.

### 3. By using a table

By using the table below you can easily convert fluid ounce to other units.

US fluid ounce

Imperial fluid Ounce

## Summary - Know How to convert fluid ounce

We hope you have an excellent understanding of the fluid ounce and its conversion. Let's summarize

• A cup is a measurement unit for the volume.
• There are three types of pints that are commonly used.
• 1 US fluid ounce = 29.6 milliliters
• 1 US labeling fluid ounce = 30 milliliters
• 1 Imperial fluid ounce = 35.5 milliliters

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