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Old 23-09-2003, 03:58 AM
Ramon A
 
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Default gas greenhouse heating

Plan to use a gas (propane) heater in an Alton Amateur Wood greenhouse. I
Understand i must ventilate top and bottom with a minimum (33 square inches)
vent. Plan to do the bottom vent in wood panel at the foot of the door

I think best place for the apex vent is prolly opposite the door replacing
the 2 small top glass triangular panels .

BUT, any ideas how i can vent at the apex and minimise heat loss at the same
time?

rgds Ramon



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