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SCFM to ACFM Calculator

Friday September 12, 2008
pdblowers, Inc. is pleased to introduce the new easy to use SCFM to ACFM Calculator that allows you to quickly convert your SCFM (Standard Cubic Feet per Minute) value to an ACFM (Actual Cubic Feet per Minute) value. Plug in your barometric pressure, inlet pressure at blower flange, inlet temperature and relative humidity to get your ACFM value.

This calculator assumes standard conditions of 14.7 psia, 68 F and 36% relative humidity.

Click here to use our SCFM Conversion Calculator

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