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  • At the commodity level you need to separate your cold-air supply from your warm-air return.

    Data Centers In The Desert

  • Applying our usual bang-per-buck rule though, the Kohler C3 Toilet Seat is a ripper – retrofitting onto almost any toilet, the heated seat has three temperature settings, bidet functionality, a warm-air fan for partial drying, a lighted bowl that eliminates the need to turn on a light at night, a deodorizer that minimizes unpleasant odors, a Quiet-Close cover that prevents slamming and a remote control.

    The Kohler C3 Toilet Seat With Remote Control | Impact Lab

  • In addition to two cleansing wands providing warm aerated water, the C3 toilet seat also features a heated seat with three temperature settings; a warm-air fan for partial drying; a lighted bowl that eliminates the need to turn on a light at night; a deodorizer that minimizes unpleasant odors; a Quiet-Close seat/cover that prevents slamming; and Quick-Release hinges to easily remove the seat for cleaning.

    The Kohler C3 Toilet Seat With Remote Control | Impact Lab

  • Cleaning warm-air registers, baseboard heaters, and radiators as needed and making sure they are not blocked by furniture, carpeting, or drapes.

    Fact Sheet On Energy Efficient Product Promotions

  • The top portion of the back wall has several screened warm-air outlets.

    5 Fish Processing and Preservation

  • Westminster Hall has been furnished with luxurious air-cushions, and heated with the warm-air apparatus.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, November 27, 1841

  • That mysterious warm-air current known as the Chinook wind steals through the depressions of the Rocky Mountains, at certain seasons of the year, from the mild surface of the Pacific, and tempers the severity of the winters in some portions of Montana, Wyoming, and the great West to a degree that renders them milder than many places farther south.

    Cowmen and Rustlers A Story of the Wyoming Cattle Ranges

  • The vitiated air is carried off at the bottom of the room through the open stoves, and also at the top by a register opening into a conductor to the exhausting warm-air shaft, which, it will be remembered, is the square chimney, containing the iron pipe which receives the kitchen stove-pipe.

    American Woman's Home

  • The construction of the exhausting or warm-air shaft is described on page 63.

    American Woman's Home

  • The small chambers have pure air admitted from windows sunk at top half an inch; and the warm, vitiated air is conducted by a register in the ceiling which opens into a conductor to the exhausting warm-air shaft at the centre of the house, as shown in Fig. 17.

    American Woman's Home

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