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Static pressure for S-Flex fans

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I emailed scythe to see if they could tell me the mmH20 for their S-flex fans and i get these:


S-Flex SFF21E
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S-Flex SFF21F
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I'm not sure how to interpret it though...Plus, I thought some other members may benefit from it
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What's shown there is pressure [Pa] against air flow [m³/min]. The value you are looking for is the pressure for zero airflow. 1 Pascal equals 0.102 mmH2O, so their pressure would be around 1.275 mmH20 for the SFF21E and 2.04 mmH2O for the SFF21F.
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