Converting the **square feet or square meter** in the value of kilograms? Well, do you really think that it is a right kind of question in itself, asking for converting one particular measure to the others?

Yes, the same scenario is prevailing in this question, as we know that square feet or square meter are a measure of measuring the land area. On the other hand, a kilogram is the other measure, which is used in measuring the body weight or mass or the weight of any other object.

This is the reason that converting the square feet or square meter to the kilograms is not possible since you can’t measure the area in terms of the weight. In a similar way you can’t measure the weight in the terms of area it is not possible at all, as you can only convert one measure to the other measure, which is used to measure the one particular thing.

In the context of weight, you can make a conversion of converting the pounds per square foot to the kilograms per square meter, which is quite possible since both the measures are meant to measure the weight. Here the pound per square feet is considered to be equivalent to the 4.882422 KGF/m²