This study conducted a radial flow experiment to investigate the existence of non-Darcy flow and calculate the non-Darcy inertia coefficient; the experiment was performed on seven cylindrical perforated artificial porous media samples. Two hundred thirty-one runs were performed, and the pressure drop was reported. The non-Darcy coefficient was calculated and compared with available in the literature. The results showed that the non-Darcy coefficient decreased nonlinearly and converged on a value within a specific range as the permeability increased. Nonetheless, it was found that the non-Darcy flow exists even in the very low flow rate deployed in this study. In addition, it has been found that the non-Darcy effect is not due to turbulence but also the inertial effect. The existence of a non-Darcy flow was confirmed for all the investigated samples. The Forchheimer numbers for airflow at varied flow rates are determined using experimentally measured superficial velocity, permeability, and non-Darcy coefficient.