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Duct and suction fan

Duct = 76 cm diameter X 20 cm long
suction fun =81 cm diameter X 30 cm long
is this enough to heat my flatbed mechanical rice dryer
with a 21 sq. mtr floor area,

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Yes it is its plenty.


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