Explaining CFM HVAC

Explaining CFM HVAC

CFM HVAC is an airflow calculation made in cubic-feet-per-minute (CFM). It’s used to determine the cooling requirements of a building and, in turn, its HVAC requirements in tons. A 1,200 CFM requirement would typically need a 3-ton HVAC system.

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