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Inexpensive heat transport?

Pete Koszulinski | Posted in Energy Efficiency and Durability on

Hello,

I’m working for a lab that has a room that gets very hot and very noisy. In the winter we’d like to keep the door open to share the heat from room to the office area, but it’s just too loud. Does anyone have a way to transfer the heat from this room to a more quiet office area on the opposite side of the wall?

Thanks

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  1. John Klingel | | #1

    I am no pro, but it sounds like you need 2 very large radiators (heat exchangers), water, and a circulating pump.

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    Martin Holladay | | #2

    Pete,
    This is the easiest way to do it: install a Tjernlund AireShare fan:
    http://www.tjernlund.com/retail/aireshare.htm

    There may be some sound transmission -- but much less than leaving the door open.

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