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    Air Flow connector config

    I am not sure how to configure the intake and discharge connectors for this unit, which has no blower. The air flow (cfm) and static pressure (in-wg) will need to come from the system the unit is connected to, so would I use a "preset" flow config for both intake and discharge? Or would I link a formula to the "pressure drop" and "flow" to assume the vaules of the entire system?

    Thanks in advance
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    Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Systems

    I'm not too familiar with the 'air flow' side of things, but I encountered a similar problem with a piece of piping equipment.
    Check out the attached pdf. It may help.
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      Thank you for sharing Gabriel. This info is a welcome addition to the reference library.
      Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Systems


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