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Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

(OP)
I'm trying to size a blower for a fume collection application. What I need is a reasonable assumption/guess for entrance velocity (CFM) for such an application. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

RE: Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

(OP)
Oh yeah...we don't anticipate there being much fumes. I don't even know a good estimate on what we expect. I just want a reasonable sized blower that can get rid of a very small amount of fumes. We have a 4-inch line into the HVAC.

RE: Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

try putting this in the hvac section

Also we need a bit more info

what fumes are they?

whats the process?

Could a small hood be put over the source of contamination?

Is the processs in a large room or a small room etc

Friar Tuck of Sherwood

RE: Sizing a Blower for Fume Collection

(OP)

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try putting this in the hvac section
yeah, i was thinking about that, but didn't think it was necessarily an HVAC item.

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what fumes are they?
UF6

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whats the process?
potential for UF6 escape when making connections. we don't anticipate a whole lot of vapors.

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Could a small hood be put over the source of contamination?
no

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Is the processs in a large room or a small room etc
large room

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