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Friction rate is the wronge name
Posted by Allison Bailes on October 12, 2018
Last year I wrote some articles on duct design and one of the topics I covered was this thing...
Crazy ventilation duct system mess
Posted by Allison Bailes on September 25, 2018
I've posted a lot of crazy duct system photos here in this blog.  Remember "Release the Kraken!"? ...

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