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Old 02-05-2019, 01:42 AM   #1
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Best Way To Heat A Gym / Cafeteria ?


The job I came to today has an old heat pump setup, in which the they must have put the furnace in before the gym. :0. Parts, are parts, but, They would be down with something, if practical.

It's a church / sunday school gymnasium, which is used to feed the kids, lunch.

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How big, how many people.


Fresh air?

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How big, how many people.


Fresh air?
I will be returning tomorrow. I will look up the dimensions, and/or measure it when I go back. But, for discussion sake, it's one full -court, and from the number of kids I have seen, playing in the gym, about 30.

The current setup has two furnaces in the crawl, and the "fresh air" is coming in through two 15x 30 grates that are open to the crawl space.
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