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Old 12-09-2007, 09:18 AM   #1
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I plan on putting a wood furnace in my work shop. I would like to have a main trunk line run down the center with registers on the trunk line. What I need are design rules for the trunk line so I can determine the sizing requirements. The shop is L shaped with 2820 sq. ft., 12 ft wall clear span construction with a 16 foot peak. Thanks for any information that you can supply.

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The duct would be designed by the fan CFM and the desired static pressure. What would these figures be?

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The CFM is advertised as a 3 speed fan 1150,1500 and 1800 CFM. The static pressure is unknown at this time, I will have to request that information from the vendor. The furnace is the Fire Chief and can be found at http://www.victoriansales.com/firechiefhome.html. Thanks for the response.
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