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Furnace cfm

charliechicagocharliechicago Posts: 56Member
Hello to all

What is the rule of thumb/how do you calculate how much cfm you need for a furnace. Like we say 400 cfm for each ton of cooling.

Thanks mike.
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  • Big EdBig Ed Posts: 744Member ✭✭
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    200 CFM's per 10K BTU's 80% plus ,150 CFM's per 10K BTU's 90% plus at a 55* rise
    I have enough experience to know , that I dont know it all
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