Download Bathroom Fan Cfm Requirements PNG. These ventilating fans are necessary in windowless bathrooms because the the cfm represents the airflow required to completely exchange the air in your bathroom 8 times in one hour. Of area) multiplied by 1.07 yields a 107 cfm bath fan requirement.
For bathrooms less than 100 square feet, determine the room's cfm (cubic feet per minute, that's how they are rated in the u.s.) requirements by measuring and multiplying. Surprisingly, bathroom fans are not required by some building codes. 50 cubic feet per minute (cfm) intermittent or 20 cfm continuous.
Always make sure you have the required cfm or more otherwise your fan will be ineffective at moving enough air and your bathroom will still collect moisture.
Air movement is typically measured in cubic feet per minute (cfm), a standard measurement of fan airflow. Of area) multiplied by 1.07 yields a 107 cfm bath fan requirement. Fan with 70 cfm rating, in 1 hour will circulate 4200 cf. I'm going to be installing a new vent fan in my bathroom in the next week or two.