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cfm

abbr.
cubic feet per minute

cfm

cubic feet per minute.
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(76.2-91.44-cm) floor fans to push the melt emissions into the side-draft canopy hood, as the canopy previously was taking in only 30,000 cfm compared to the required 200,000 cfm.
In response, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has since revised its ventilation standard 62-2001 to provide a minimum of 15 cfm outside air per person, or 20 cfm per person in office spaces.
Table 1 shows the top 25 schools in terms of overall pass rates for all parts of the CFM. This was calculated by dividing the total number of parts passed by the total number of parts taken from 1992 through September 2001.
In fact, in the beginnings of CFM, Crowley says, the men and women were separated, like the Knights of Columbus and the Daughters of Isabella.
Nomad portable drying and conveying cart systems (10-225 cfm) offer maximum flexibility and efficiency and control drying and conveying of materials in a compact design.
Looking far beyond auditing and taxation, the individual obtaining the CMA or CFM demonstrates proficiency in disciplines crucial to the effective management of the business--the use of information rather than just compilation of information.
WD series electric and gas dehumidifying dryers for drying hygroscopic materials (10 to 3000 cfm) feature -40 F dewpoint (or lower) operation utilizing twin stationary desiccant beds to ensure dependable uninterrupted flow of dehumidified air.
Table 1 identifies the 20 universities/colleges that supplied the most CFM exam completers, not including CMAs who would have taken only part 2 CFM.
If you have a 100-hp compressor, you can assume that the capacity will be about 4 cfm/installed hp, or 400 cfm at 100 psi (gauge).