How do you determine the cost efficiency of an air handling system? Look no further, use our Cost Per CFM Calculator that will helps you find the cost per cubic feet per minute (CFM) of airflow. Enter values such as Total Cost and Total CFM into the calculator to find the Cost Per CFM.

## Cost Per CFM Calculator

Please enter the following values:

**Total cost ($):** The total cost in dollars that you want to calculate for CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute).

**Total Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM):** Enter the total CFM for which you want to calculate the cost per CFM.

**Cost per CFM ($/CFM):** Enter the cost per CFM to calculate the total cost or CFM if other variables are given.

**Initial Investment ($):** Enter the initial investment in dollars to calculate the advanced cost per CFM over time.

**Operational Costs per Year ($):** Enter the yearly operational costs to estimate ongoing expenses for CFM.

**Years of Operation:** Enter the total number of years the system has been in operation.

**Total CFM over Years of Operation:** Enter the total CFM expected or calculated over the years of operation.

**Advanced Cost per CFM ($/CFM):** The calculated advanced cost per CFM will appear here after you input the above values and press calculate.

**What is Cost Per CFM?**

### User Guide

Using the calculator is straightforward. Here’s a step-by-step guide with example values:

**Total Cost ($)**: Enter the total cost. For example,`5000`

.**Total Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM)**: Enter the total CFM. For example,`1000`

.**Cost Per CFM ($/CFM)**: The calculator will compute this value.

### Formula

To calculate the Cost Per CFM, use this formula:

`$$\text{CostPerCFM}=\frac{\text{TotalCost}}{\text{Total CFM}}$$`

Variable | Description |
---|---|

Total Cost | Total cost in dollars ($) |

Total CFM | Total cubic feet per minute (CFM) |

Cost Per CFM | Cost per cubic feet per minute ($/CFM) |

### How To Calculate Cost Per CFM

**Example 1**

For example your input is:

- Total Cost ($):
`8000`

- Total CFM:
`2000`

**Calculation Steps**:

1. Apply the Formula:

2. Divide:

3. Result:

**Example 2**

For example your input is:

- Total Cost ($):
`15000`

- Total CFM:
`3000`

**Calculation Steps**:

1. Apply the Formula:

2. Divide:

3. Result: