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Re: BTU removal


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Posted ByWilliam on October 23, 2002 at 19:13:35:

In Reply to: BTU removal posted byJames Partain on October 23, 2002 at 15:14:30:

: If I have ambient air temperature of 80F, 80 percent relative humidity and I want to maintain a maximum of 105F in an enclosure while removing 1783019 BTU's per hour produced by an electric motor, how many CFM's do I need? Enclosure is 3,032 cubic feet ID.

: James Partain

Something isn't right. Your load figures just do not sound credible. What is your motor doing and what is its actual HP.


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