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Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

03/31/2009 7:17 AM

Somewhere I have read that each fan manufacturer has its own specific K-value.

I would very appreciate if somebody could explain what does the "specific K-value" stands of?

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Re: Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

04/01/2009 3:32 AM

similani, the term "specific K-value" is not one that I know, could you give some context in which the term is used. Usually k is the ratio of specific heats when talking compressors.

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Re: Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

04/03/2009 7:27 AM

Dear guest,

thank you for your intent to help.

For better understanding of the context, please, refer to the paragraph 3 on the page 3 of the data sheet that you will find on this address http://en-co.wika.de/upload/DS_SP6904_GB_11612.pdf.

This is a data sheet of the air flow meter that can be set to function with different models of fans and blowers.

With regards

similani

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Re: Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

04/08/2009 3:56 AM

Hi similani

Interesting - I have looked at the information you sent and the answer from me is that I still do not know, but I will try to find out.

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Re: Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

04/01/2009 8:20 AM

Sounds like a breakfast cereal ;)

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Re: Specific K-Value for Fans and Blowers

04/01/2009 12:39 PM

Is it specific energy that what you mean??? If so then it is Kw/m3/min.

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04/03/2009 1:22 PM
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