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Old 27-07-2014, 18:16   #16
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Re: Advice on Top Loading FREEZER Materials

You don't need so much insulation on the wall between the freezer and refrigerator. I am sure 3 inches aerogel will be good enough but if you have the space my motto is, no such thing as too much insulation

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