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We have 10 hp Motor with centrifugal fan fitted with 5 TR Cooling compressor? We want to know the cfm of air?.

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  • power_enterp May 11, 2010

    You need to either get specifications from fan designers, or take a reading with a manometer or flow hood



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You need to either get the specifications from the fan manufacturer, or take air readings with a manometer or flow hood

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