CFM


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CFM

(Cubic Feet per Minute) The measurement of air flow. Cooling fans are rated in CFM.

cfm

Abbr. for “cubic feet per minute.”
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"For a given room, we might only need two hundred cfm to meet the temperature setting, but more to provide the needed ventilation for the occupants," Mumma says.
Like the CMA program, many schools participate in the CFM program, with more than 550 schools being credited with one or more CFMs.
As the numbers and different styles of marriage-enrichment groups increased, different flavors and emphases emerged: CFM, Cana, Pre-Cana, Engaged Encounter, Marriage Encounter, Retrouvaille, Rainbows for All God's Children, and other such groups brought together like-minded people to try to improve, save, resurrect, or recover from a marriage.
Silo and mold dryers from 150-250 cfm maintain dryness of resin stored in silos with blanket of warm dry air.
Since the importance of the CMA or CFM to business can be equated to the importance of the CPA for public accountants, why do we still see so many ads requesting "CPA preferred" instead of "CMA or CFM preferred"?
Desiccant-based dehumidifiers range from 20 to 5000 cfm and include "fluted bed" desiccant technology.
Table 2 identifies the 20 schools that supplied the most CFM exam completers including CMAs who took only the CFM part 2.
CFM composites offer specific strength (i.e., per unit weight) exceeding those of competing metals, says Bettina Hale, Icotec market manager.