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  1. #11
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    Nov 2003


    Quote Originally Posted by thatsallid0 View Post
    i had to look up acronym foe the cfh, wher i com from its known as lpm. i stil glad to kno mor. lil knowledge nun hurt nunbody
    Don't let them make this more complicated than it needs to be...

    1 cubic foot per hour (ft3/hr) = 0.47 liters per minute (l/min)

    here is a simple converter to go between CFH and LPM equivalents..

    Hope this helps...

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  2. #12
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    Dec 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by davido30093 View Post
    A cubic foot IS a measurement of volume.
    I said FOOT- and followed up by Cubic Foot

    a Foot is not volume thus we have CUBIC FOOT to indicate volume
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