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Old 10-08-2012, 09:46 PM   #1
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working on a project and was wondering what is the minimum amount of cfm that needs to pass across either a 10k or 15k heating coil so that is does not burn out or trip limits

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prob going to use something this style but bigger http://www.sustainablesupply.com/Day...22&cagpspn=pla

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10KW 950CFM, 15KW 1350CFM, gives you roughly a 35 degree temp rise.
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