That was my point, pressure forces CFM.......I agree with you. Just wanted to make sure that we understand it all..........mgthe3 said:Kris, I think you missed the point I was trying to make. If you want to sell a blower you list the static pressure @ a CFM @ an RPM.
Sure, if this little hair dryer put out 2000 cfm, it might just work.
Hell, the fan on the side of my tower puts out 110 CFM...and the static pressure is rediculously low, I doubt if it would even benifit my lawn mower.
CFM HAS to be high if there is static pressure in the plenum, that is a given.