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Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)    Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM)  x 0.588578 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)    Cubic Feet Per Hour  x 35.314 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)    Liters Per Hour  x 1000 
Cubic Meters Per Hr (m³/hr)    Liters Per Second  x 0.277778 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)    Cubic Meters Per Hour (m³/hr)  x 1.6999017 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)    Liters Per Second  x 0.471947 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)    Liters Per Hour  x 1699.017 
Cubic Feet Per Min (CFM)    Cubic Meters Per Second  x 0.000472 
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Did you know ? 



What is a Dew point ? 

In
simple terms, a dew point describes how much water vapor
is present and tells us how cold the compressed air can get
before liquid water will form. To prevent water in your air system,
choose a dryer that produces a dew point temperature below the lowest
possible temperature that downstream air lines and equipment will be exposed
to.
Moisture Content At Different Dew points
