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  • Convert SCFM to CFM

    Need answer to converting to CFM, if the SCFM = 37 and the Pressure = 90psi.?
    Thanks,
    FLJerry

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    Originally posted by FLJerry View Post
    Need answer to converting to CFM, if the SCFM = 37 and the Pressure = 90psi.?
    Thanks,
    FLJerry
    it will also depend on temperature at standard and actual, but if those are the same, just pressure ratio. I'll take standard pressure as 15 psia (14.7 is more accurate) and 90psig as 105 psia.
    then 37 scfm x 15 psi/105 psi = 5.3 cfm at pressure.

    But flow is usually rated as "free air" (at ambient pressure) not under pressure.

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      John S
      Thanks for your response/answer
      FLJerry

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