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 Reach In Cooler Filter,6 x 1/2 x 8 in.
Reach In Cooler Filter,6 x 1/2 x 8 in.
Reach In Cooler Filter, Area Covered 80 cu. ft., Nominal Height 8 In., Nominal Width 6 In., Nominal Depth 1/2 In., Media Area 0.33 sq. ft., Application Temperature 33 to 42 Degrees F, Mounting Method Box Sets On Shelf Near Airflow, Average Life 90 Days Under Heavy Cooler Usage, Absorbs Ethylene Gas And Contaminants, Odors And Musty Smells, Standards USDA Approved
 
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4 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedMay 24, 2014
This product is NOT a regular air filter, so DO NOT install it where you block the air flow. This box just absorb odors, also works good on your pantry shelf.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, Durable/Performs well
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 2x6x1/2Retail Refrigerator Filter
2x6x1/2Retail Refrigerator Filter
Retail Refrigerator Filter, Area Covered 30 cu. ft., 2x6x1/2 Nominal Filter Size, Nominal Height 2, Nominal Width 6, Nominal Depth 1/2 In., Media Area 0.165 sq. ft., Application Temperature 33 to 42 Degrees F, Mounting Method Box Sets On Shelf Near Airflow, Average Life 90 Days Under Heavy Cooler Usage, Absorbs Ethylene Gas And Contaminants, Odors And Musty Smells, Standards USDA Approved
 
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4 out of 5
Yes, I recommend this product.
PostedMay 24, 2014
This product is NOT a regular air filter, so DO NOT install it where you block the air flow. This box just absorb odors, also works good on your pantry shelf.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, Durable/Performs well
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OSHA 30 cover OSHA 10 certificate?

I want to know if I got OSHA 30 Hr, but the job ask for OSHA 10Hr. Are they the same? so OSHA 30 certificate will also cover OSHA 10 certificate? But OSHA 10 will not do same OSHA 30?
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what kind of heater to use in residential garage

Micha,
Technically you can use any kind (electric or gas) if you use gas, you can NOT vent the fumes inside the garage or the house, it has to be out; your insurance company probably will not like it and fumes will kill you (CO & CO2), so NOT portable gas or wood heater there, the best for you could be the electric, but if you install a permanent gas one with all the local permit and national codes, there is not a problem about, not even with your insurance, Grainger has garages heater for permanent installation, but they are for professionals installers. My friend and me like to sit on the garage to talk and drink some beers away the woman, so we use a two electric portable heaters, one for me one for him.
PS: We also have a refrigerator just there, all we need now is a bathroom there!
4 years, 10 months ago
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I need to order a replacement shutter fan, I need to measure the existing fan to determine if I need the 1HLA1 or the 1HLA2

Do I measure the diameter of the guard or the fan blade
1HLA1 need a 10.5" x 10.5" minimum open hole to be installed, 1HLA2 need 13" x 13". This items are the whole unit, not a replacement part for that unit. (come with the fan, motor and shutter, just like the picture)
For replace the whole unit, measure the open hole, so you know it will fit there, also the electric power that you have there.
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