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#1 posted 04-04-2012 08:11 PM

Yeah I agree it the makeup air issue. I thought of it too but here in our Wisconsin winters heating the makeup air could be costly. I thought of using a heat exchanger to capture the heat of the outgoing air but don’t know if they could do anything because of the high air volume. Well at least one of reasonable size. Although I heat my basement workshop with a efficient wood stove I don’t know how it would fair with 5°F or lower makeup air.

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