Q: How much is 35 cfm in psi?

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10 psi.

The relationship between cubic feet per minute or cfm and cubic meter per hour or cmh is that there are approximately 0.59 cfm in 1 cmh. Similarly, 1 cfm is equal to approximately 1.7 cmh.

There are 400 cfm in 1 ton

Take the number of cubic feet and divide that by the number of minutes. cfm=cf/m

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350

Because it can.

More cfm's more airflow. Yes, more is better when you are powering certain airtools. Check the air tool specifically to see the demands

The total amount required is measured in PSI, which is about 35 PSI. Therefore, the amount you need is calculated by using the following formula: Required PSI = 35 PSI - Actual PSI

11.5 cfm@90psi

It's 35 psi. -or am I mis-understanding you.

CFM (cubic feet per minute) is not directly related to horsepower unless a pressure is given with the CFM number. A 1 HP pump might only generate 2.5 CFM at 100 PSI, for example. That same 1 HP can push hundreds of CFM at standard air pressure (a large fan, for example).

CFM is a unit of flow PSI is a unit of pressure you cant equate these except to say that they are inversely proportional... as pressure increases flow decreases

35 million PSI

Anywhere from 35-65 psi. Higher psi at higher RPM's. Lower at lower RPM's.