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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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the air flow from a compressor is determined by the capacity of the pumping system

with a piston type compressor it is the bore by the stroke

in a diaphragm type is it is the diaphragm dia by the stroke

that is the maximum cubic feet of air a minute produced

pressure is the resistance to flow so regardless of the pressure or restriction it will only produce that set air flow at that rpms

do not confuse the flow with pressure as it works like this the greater the restriction the greater the pressure in reserve but the less flow in cubic ft per minute through the restriction

for example a compressor producing 10 cubic feet per minute does that with not restriction but with no pressure

at 25% restriction to air flow the pressure in the tank will now rise to say 25 psi and the flow from the restriction will drop to 8 cubic feet per minute

at 50% restriction the compressor is still putting out 10 cubic feet of air per minute but the tank pressure has risen to 50 psi and the flow from the restriction has dropped to 4 cubic ft per minute

go to the extreme end and the compressor is still producing 10 cubic ft of air per minute , the restriction now allows 100 psi in the tank but the low from the restriction has been reduced to 2 cubic ft per minute

the simple equation is pressure = flow X resistance

with a piston type compressor it is the bore by the stroke

in a diaphragm type is it is the diaphragm dia by the stroke

that is the maximum cubic feet of air a minute produced

pressure is the resistance to flow so regardless of the pressure or restriction it will only produce that set air flow at that rpms

do not confuse the flow with pressure as it works like this the greater the restriction the greater the pressure in reserve but the less flow in cubic ft per minute through the restriction

for example a compressor producing 10 cubic feet per minute does that with not restriction but with no pressure

at 25% restriction to air flow the pressure in the tank will now rise to say 25 psi and the flow from the restriction will drop to 8 cubic feet per minute

at 50% restriction the compressor is still putting out 10 cubic feet of air per minute but the tank pressure has risen to 50 psi and the flow from the restriction has dropped to 4 cubic ft per minute

go to the extreme end and the compressor is still producing 10 cubic ft of air per minute , the restriction now allows 100 psi in the tank but the low from the restriction has been reduced to 2 cubic ft per minute

the simple equation is pressure = flow X resistance

Jun 24, 2017 | Air Tools & Compressors

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May 04, 2016 | Washing Machines

Hi Sharee:

The square footage is 14 times 70 equals 980 square feet.

That would be the Floor Area.

Air conditioners sometimes need to know the building volume so if you have 8 ft ceilings you would multiple 980 by 8 to get 7,840 CUBIC FEET.

Air exchange is typically are rated at cubic feet per minute and required as "specified Air Changes per Hour.

An example for your trailer would be 1/2 air change per hour required per building code. 7,840 times 1/2 equals 3920 cubic feet per hour. Divide that by 60 to get 65 cubic feet per minute.

That would be the minimum air change capacity for your air conditioner if it was also providing required ventilation.

The square footage is 14 times 70 equals 980 square feet.

That would be the Floor Area.

Air conditioners sometimes need to know the building volume so if you have 8 ft ceilings you would multiple 980 by 8 to get 7,840 CUBIC FEET.

Air exchange is typically are rated at cubic feet per minute and required as "specified Air Changes per Hour.

An example for your trailer would be 1/2 air change per hour required per building code. 7,840 times 1/2 equals 3920 cubic feet per hour. Divide that by 60 to get 65 cubic feet per minute.

That would be the minimum air change capacity for your air conditioner if it was also providing required ventilation.

May 17, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

Hello Howard;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

Near the top side wall inside your freezer there is a label that gives you the exact cubic feet. Your model number has a rounded off cubic of 23.

So,

23 Cu.Ft. x 28.316 = 651.218 Liters.

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

Near the top side wall inside your freezer there is a label that gives you the exact cubic feet. Your model number has a rounded off cubic of 23.

So,

23 Cu.Ft. x 28.316 = 651.218 Liters.

Mar 13, 2015 | Freezers

Use this method to determine the fill rate.http://www.ehow.com/how_5001852_calculate-cfm-air-compressor.html#page=1

The data provided did not provide start and stop pressure. The above method will get you there. Your cubic foot volume on the 50 liter tank is 1.7647 cubic feet to save you some calculations.

The data provided did not provide start and stop pressure. The above method will get you there. Your cubic foot volume on the 50 liter tank is 1.7647 cubic feet to save you some calculations.

Mar 04, 2015 | Air Tools & Compressors

Model: REG-123H
UPC: 855326002968
Product Type: 12,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner & Heater
Product Dimensions: L: 24.00" x W: 24.00" x H: 16.00"
Product Weight: 88.00 lbs.
Product Color: White
Application: Used to cool individual rooms
Type: Window Air Conditioner
Warranty: 1 year; 5 years sealed system
Coverage Area: 550 square feet
**Voltage: 230 volts**
Heater: Yes
Air Flow: 266 CFM
Amps: 5.5 amps
Heating Capacity: 11000 BTUs
Frequency: 60 Hz
Cooling Capacity: 12000 BTUs
Dehumidifying Capacity: 3.6 pints
EER: 9.8
Heat Pump: No
Number of Fan Speeds: 3
Programmable Timer: Yes
Timer Length: 24 hour
Refrigerant Type: R-410A
Air Conditioner Type: Cool/Heat
Energy Star Rated: No
Air Filter: Yes
Built-In Air Purification System: No
Display Type: Digital
Remote Control: Yes
Adjustable Louvers: Yes
Adjustable Side Panels: Yes
Compatible Window Size: Min. Window

May 31, 2014 | Comfort-Aire RED-123 Air Conditioner

Min volume .66 Cubic feet, Max 1.25 cubic for for the 10" sub,

Min volume .88 Cubic feet, Max 2 cubic for for the 12" sub

Min volume .88 Cubic feet, Max 2 cubic for for the 12" sub

Nov 21, 2013 | Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer

19.8 cubic feet per min

Jun 19, 2013 | Ingersoll Rand - Rand Type - 30...

CFM would be "cubic feet per minute", which is a measure of how much air the cooling or vent fan pushes. That specification is not listed in the Goldstar / LG owner's manuals or service manuals I've seen.

If you might mean the cubic feet (CF) size of the cooking cavity, the M1500-series have 1.5CF capacities.

If you might mean the cubic feet (CF) size of the cooking cavity, the M1500-series have 1.5CF capacities.

Mar 09, 2013 | Goldstar MV-1501 Microwave Oven

The cubic feet of the Kenmore washer model 110 heavy duty is 2.8 cubic feet. Measured to the top water line 14.5 inches and using the radius of the tub of 10.375 inches.

Oct 26, 2009 | Kenmore 3.2 cu. ft. Plus Top Load Washer

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