SCFH


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SCFHstandard cubic feet per hour
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C[O.sub.2] emission, kg/HR 3,000 scfh (85 nm3/hr): 0.98 10,000 scfh (283 nm3/hr) 3.27 35,300 scfh (1,000 nm3/hr) 11.54 70,700 scfh (2,000 nm3/hr) 23.10 247,500 scfh (7,000 nm3/hr) 80.85
The model 85-20 flashback arrestor is designed for the medium user range, up to approximately 45 standard cubic meters per hour (about 1,589 scfh) for acetylene and other oxy-fuel gases.
The T-2650BV Precision Temperature Forcing System (PTFS) for electronic component testing is a portable benchtop unit with a temperature range of -60[degrees]C to 200[degrees]C and an airflow rate of 300 scfh. It offers the convenience of portability as well as the capability to operate in environments that may be too space restricted for full-sized units, such as offices or cramped production environments.
Has a temperature range of -60[degrees] to 200[degrees]C, an airflow rate of 300 SCFH, a small footprint, and an intuitive user interface.
A minimum of 6 L/min (12.6 scfh) of air entered the kiln at all times, more than removed by the total hydrocarbon analyzer (2.6 L/min or 5.5 scfh) and HAP sampling train (0.25 to 0.5 L/min or 0.5 to 1 scfh)
Flow rates up to 1,500 SCFH (80 lb/hr) of natural gas at a 10-psid pressure drop are possible.
Delivering flow rates of 0 to 200 ml/min (liquid) or 0 to 7.5 scfh (gas) and pressures up to 12.5 psi, the pumps have a standard pump life of 10,000 hours.
Before installing the PES hydrogen generator, PES said the Mirant-Zeeland facility paid between $30,000 and $60,000 per year to have four to six cylinders delivered each day to help cool the plant's three electric generators, which require approximately 70 standard cubic feet per hour (scfh) of pure hydrogen gas.
Inlet pressure is 315 psi and outlet pressure is 17 to 25 psi at a flow rate of 1000 scfh. It is available with three separate mounting configurations to allow packaging in any underhood environment and options include 10 to 31 psi outlet pressure and cold start heaters.
The combination of these two factors results in 200 standard cubic feet per hour (SCFH) of airflow at 16" of mercury (in Hg).
The Balston[R] Nitrogen Generator is capable of producing up to 9600 SCFH of high purity compressed nitrogen at a dewpoint of less than -40 [degrees] F from any compressed air supply regardless of its quality.
Generators are offered in sizes ranging from 15 scfh, for laboratory or pilot plant studies, to 5K scfh (5st/d), and can provide 90% oxygen purity, and average only kW of electricity/100 ft3 of oxygen produced.