Converting CFM to CFH is incredibly easy. Both are units that measure airflow. Basically, you just multiply CFM by 60 to get CFH.

**CFM** stands for * Cubic Feet per Minute*. 100 CFM airflow means that 100 cubic feet of air is produced by a device in

*1 minute*.

**CFH** stands for * Cubic Feet per Hour*. 100 CHM airflow means that 100 cubic feet of air is produced by a device in

*1 hour*.

The difference between CFM and CFH is that CFM is a unit of airflow per minute while CFH is a unit of airflow per hour. Hence we have to use a conversion factor of 60; because 1 hour is equal to 60 minutes.

Here is the CFM to CFH equation:

**CFH = CFM Ã— 60**

That means that 1 CFM is equal to 60 CFH. Conversely, 1 CFH is equal to 0.0167 CFM.

To help you out, we have created a CFM to CFH calculator. You just input CFM and get CFM. Below the calculator, you will also find CFM to CFH chart with pre-calculated cubic feet per hour for most common cubic feet per minute airflows:

## CFM To CFH Calculator

Just insert CFMs, and the calculator will automatically output CFHs:

Example: Try to input 300 CFM. You will see that this is equal to 5 CFH.

You can make any CFM to CFH conversion with this calculator. You can also consult this chart with calculated CFH from CFM:

## CFM To CFH Chart

Cubic Feet Per Minute (CFM): |
Cubic Feet Per Hour (CFH): |

10 CFM | 600 CFH |

20 CFM | 1,200 CFH |

30 CFM | 1,800 CFH |

40 CFM | 2,400 CFH |

50 CFM | 3,000 CFH |

100 CFM | 6,000 CFH |

200 CFM | 12,000 CFH |

300 CFM | 18,000 CFH |

400 CFM | 24,000 CFH |

500 CFM | 30,000 CFH |

600 CFM | 36,000 CFH |

700 CFM | 42,000 CFH |

800 CFM | 48,000 CFH |

900 CFM | 54,000 CFH |

1,000 CFM | 60,000 CFH |

1,200 CFM | 72,000 CFH |

1,400 CFM | 84,000 CFH |

1,500 CFM | 90,000 CFH |

1,600 CFM | 96,000 CFH |

2,000 CFM | 120,000 CFH |

3,000 CFM | 180,000 CFH |

4,000 CFM | 240,000 CFH |

5,000 CFM | 300,000 CFH |

If you have any questions regarding CFM vs CFH, you can use the comment section below and we’ll try to help you out.