Kitchen Ventilation Members (43)

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Don Fugler

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Tom Phillips

Davis, CA, United States

Dennis Heidner

Kirkland, WA, United States

Robert Bean

Calgary, Ab, Canada

Dara Bowser

Brantford, Ontario, Canada

Brennan Less

Berkeley, CA, United States

David Butler

Huachuca City, AZ, United States

Luke Langhals

Athens, OH, United States

Alice La Pierre

Berkeley, CA, United States

Linda Wigington

Waynesburg, PA, United States

Chris Stratton

Temple City, CA, United States

John C. Semmelhack

Charlottesville, VA, United States

Rob

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Brett C. Singer

Oakland, CA, United States

Diane Chojnowski Online

Fairfield, IA, United States

Luis Hernandez

Rhinebeck, NY, United States

Brian Robinson

Rockland, ME, United States

Janis C Johnson

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Discussion Forum

Depressurization/make-up air issues

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Tom Phillips Aug 30. 45 Replies

Difficult retrofits

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Dennis Heidner Apr 15. 8 Replies

Kitchen Ventilation Resources

Started by Tom Phillips. Last reply by Tom Phillips Apr 8. 3 Replies

Recirculating hoods

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Dennis Heidner Apr 3. 1 Reply

Good Eating with Reduced Cooking Emissions

Started by Linda Wigington. Last reply by Tom Phillips Dec 27, 2018. 7 Replies

Choosing a range hood

Started by Don Fugler. Last reply by Tom Phillips Sep 25, 2018. 7 Replies

Low velocity consequences

Started by Robert Bean. Last reply by Robert Bean Jun 14, 2018. 7 Replies

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