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Re: GBlist: Hemp Insulation?
I can not help you with question 2, but the conversion is:
Multiply Btu/hFft2 (conductance) by 5.673 to get watts per kelvin per
there are lots of conversions in Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for
Buildings, 8th ed. (Reynolds and Stein), pp1542-45.
>First question, can anyone convert the metric thermal conducivity? Is
>there a web site with this conversion. (I've found several sites with the
>typical conversion factors, but none with this one.)
how much does the hemp insulation cost?
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