• Convert among density units. Convert to kilograms per cubic meter, grams per cubic centemeter, ounces per cubic inch, and pounds per cubic foot.
• CFM stands for “cubic feet per minute” and is a measure of air flow, often used to describe the capabilities of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. It describes the rate at which a certain volume of air moves in a certain period of time. In the case of a blower or fan, it indicates how much air it can move per minute.
• Duct type: Metal Ductboard Flex Size by: Friction rate Velocity Friction Rate: per 100 ft. in/wg Duct TEL : ft. * include fittings in the Duct TEL Enter either: CFM: or Duct Size: CFM: Convert Rectangular duct to Round Equivalent .
• Oct 25, 2014 · Instead of subtracting 1.0, instead subtract ZERO to get the appropriate AC size for hot and arid climates: 1,500 X 30 = 45,000. 45,000 / 12,000 = 3.75. 3.75 – (0.0) = 3.75 So you’d need a 3.5 or a 4-ton sized central air conditioning unit in hot and arid climates (southern California, Arizona, etc.).
• The Per Piece labor estimating process eliminates labor inaccuracy resulting from variations in the mix of individual types and sizes of ductwork contained in a project. The cost "per pound" for individual pieces of ductwork changes based on variations in fitting types, straight duct and duct sizes contained in a project.
• Convert among density units. Convert to kilograms per cubic meter, grams per cubic centemeter, ounces per cubic inch, and pounds per cubic foot.
• #3 Ducting. Importance of Choosing the Right Size Unit. What is a BTU? For this example, we would select a 4-ton unit because air conditioner capacities increase in steps of 0.5 ton. If your region is zone 3, requiring only 24BTU per square foot, our example would require an air conditioner capacity...
• Dec 19, 2006 · System air flow should be between 400 and 425 cfm per ton of cooling for dry climates, and between 350 to 400 cfm per ton for humid climates. ... Set the duct size ...

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Air velocity (distance traveled per unit of time) is usually expressed in Linear Feet per Minute (LFM). By multiplying air velocity by the cross section area of a duct, you can determine the air volume flowing past a point in the duct per unit of time. Volume flow is usually measured in Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM).
This total 93sq" which exits above the furnace into a metal mixing box. The new hallway return duct will also enter this metal duct box with the filter below that feeding back into the furnace. The proposed size of the duct is 22.5" x 7.5" (or 10.5" or 14" depending on numerous "rules of thumbs"). The 7.5" duct would provide 169sq".

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Feb 20, 2012 · Twenty feet away is the recommended supply cutout for a basement supply duct. "No. 2: Sizing return grilles is easy; just use the 1 sq.ft. per ton or 100 sq.in. per ton rule of thumb. According to major grille manufacturers, returns cannot be sized this way. When they are, the result is: Poor airflow.

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• Simply put, a one-ton air conditioner can remove 12,000 BTU from a space per hour. • Since there are 12,000 BTUs/hr (for 24 hrs) in a ton, a 3-ton air conditioning unit will produce 36,000 BTUs and so forth. The size of the area to be cooled determines the correct size of the system in tons. • To determine what size air conditioner a ...
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