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Although most of them adapt to 4inch vent hose, there is no standard to where on the back of the microwave the vent is attached, and this can effect where you need to cut your hole in the wall, especially in 2X4 walls where you won't have a lot of room to offset the vent.

Andrew, The only advantage of these systems is that they have small diameter ductwork that is easier to snake through the framing cavities of older buildings than conventional ductwork. I am one of the owners, as well as the Marketing Director for Unico.

Also, please feel free to contact me directly at [email protected] Holladay, I have read your blog on a number of occasions and find it interesting and thought provoking.

I was looking at the top finishers for the department of energy's "Race to Zero Student Design Competition" ( ) and found the winner used the Unico system. I recall actually being in a home in Chattanooga once 15 yrs ago that I believe had one of these systems, but I really know nothing about them. And now, with our i Series Multi Split line, you can achieve rated performances of between 16.5 and 20 SEER.

With the problems associated with finding small enough systems for well insulated homes and cost effective systems..anyone know if I should be looking at this as an alternative? I would strongly encourage you to visit our site for the Green market,

We offer free design services and have a lot of experience in the sort of projects you may be interested in. I would very much like to connect you with other principals at our firm who could bring you up to date on our product and our progress in incorporating it into new, energy efficient structures with great success.

Please give me some dates and times when you could be available for a Skype call or web conference and we will have a good chat with you. Thanks, Scott Intagliata [email protected], If you use a powerful fan to overcome the considerable static pressure of undersized (3-inch-diameter) ducts, you can still deliver the air that would normally be delivered by a smaller fan through generously sized ducts.

How do I size hood CFM appropriately for both the amount of gas that will be combusted, and the amount/scale of my cooking?

I don't want absurd overkill, but I don't want my smoke detectors going off when I roast a chicken.

I've read the instructions and it seems pretty straight forward.

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