I am looking for friction information on grease-laden welded black iron ductwork for a kitchen hood exhaust. I need to have a certain static at the hood collar and am trying to size up the roof fan. Something tells me that most people just use the galvanized ductulator slide rule for this type of application, but it that acceptable? If not, what is typically used to size grease exhaust ductwork and calculate required fan static?
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