Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.

airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

temperature rise in degrees F from the inlet to the exhaust

Watts = SCFM x ΔT/2.5

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.

°F = ((( °C * 9) / 5 ) + 32)

°C = ((( °F - 32) * 5 ) / 9)

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.

W = LC * (V * √2)

V = (W / LC) / √2

LC = W / (V * √2)

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.

W = LC * V

V = LC * W

LC = W / V

Fill in two values to find the other two.

O = V / A

O = V² / W

O = W / A²

V = A * O = A * (V/A)

V = √(W * O)

V = W / A

A = V / O

A = W/ V

A = √(W / O)

W = A * V

W = V² / O

W = A² * O

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = temperature differential (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

Fill in four values

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = TD (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

ACFM = airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

P = gage pressure (psi)

T = gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

SCFM = airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Find Standard Cubic Feet per Minute based on data from your Actual Cubic Feet per Minute Rotameter

airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

gage pressure (psi)

gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Calculate the SCFM.

Actual cubic feet per minute

Actual pounds per square inch at Gauge

Actual temperature in °F. °R = 460 + °F

CFM * (PSI actual / 14.7psi)*(528°R / T actual)

Fill in one value to calculate the other.

PSI = Bar * 14.504

Bar = PSI / 14.504

Fill in one value to calculate the other two

kg/h = Kilogram Per Hour (lb/min multiply by 27.216)

Lbs/min = Pounds per minute (kg/h divide by 27.216)

SCFM = Standard cubic feet per minute

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.

airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

temperature rise in degrees F from the inlet to the exhaust

Watts = SCFM x ΔT/2.5

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.

°C = ((( °F - 32) * 5 ) / 9)

°F = ((( °C * 9) / 5 ) + 32)

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.

W = LC * (V * √2)

V = (W / LC) / √2

LC = W / (V * √2)

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.

W = LC * V

V = LC * W

LC = W / V

Fill in two values to find the other two.

O = V / A

O = V² / W

O = W / A²

V = A * O = A * (V/A)

V = √(W * O)

V = W / A

A = V / O

A = W/ V

A = √(W / O)

W = A * V

W = V² / O

W = A² * O

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = temperature differential (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

Fill in four values

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = TD (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

ACFM = airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

P = gage pressure (psi)

T = gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

SCFM = airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Find Standard Cubic Feet per Minute based on data from your Actual Cubic Feet per Minute Rotameter

airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

gage pressure (psi)

gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Calculate the SCFM.

Actual cubic feet per minute

Actual pounds per square inch at Gauge

Actual temperature in °F. °R = 460 + °F

CFM * (PSI actual / 14.7psi)*(528°R / T actual)

Fill in one value to calculate the other.

PSI = Bar * 14.504

Bar = PSI / 14.504

Fill in one value to calculate the other two

Kg/h = Kilogram Per Hour (lb/min multiply by 27.216)

Lbs/min = Pounds per minute (kg/h divide by 27.216)

SCFM = Standard cubic feet per minute