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Money-Saving Heat Catcher
Instead of pumping warmed-up air from your clothes dryer to outside your house, you can use that air to help heat your home with the new "Heat Helper", which was introduced at the recent Hardware Show in Chicago.
  Made from sturdy 18-ga. cold rolled steel, it simply installs under a dryer. Air from the dryer vents into the unit, through a heat-exchanging filter, and then outside the house. In cold weather, you open a slide gate to let clean, warm air into the house. In warm weather, you vent the hot air out of the house as normal.
  The Heat Helper raises the dryer 9 in. A side benefit is that it makes the dryer easier to load and unload. And in addition to helping heat the house, the unit also adds humidity to the house which reduces the dryness and static electricity inside the home during winter months.
  Sells for $99.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Heater Helper, Wichita, Kan. (ph 800 852-9775 or 316 776-9452; Website: www.heathelper. com).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #5