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Model 425 venting sideways

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Initial rendering demonstrating a to-the-side vent direction, 1999

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Initial CAD rendering from 1999 showing preferred port penetration distance

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Model 350 and 425 for upward ventilation

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Model 425 Dryerbox is bulk packed 5 per carton

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Model 425 Dryrebox properly installed in rough framing stage

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Exhaust pipe penetrating is excessive - only needs to be 1.6 through

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Exhaust pipe penetrating is excessive - only needs to be 1.6 through

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Dryerbox 425 installed in 2x6 framed wall

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Dryerbox 425 installed in 2x6 framed wall with fire-caulking

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Dryerbox 350 mid-wall installation for stacked washerdryer

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Correct Termination Assembly for Gas Line to Dryerbox - CSST Fitting

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Correct Termination Assembly for Gas Line to Dryerbox - CSST Fitting

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Image demonstrates how to prep support tab to hold exhaust conduit

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Dryerbox support tab temporarily supporting the rigid pipe

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Proper rough install of Dryerbox model 425

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This awkward install does not provide the full benefits to the owner. Model 4D would be the preferred.

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Model 425 Dryrebox properly installed in rough framing stage

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Good example of why it is best to have Dryerbox installed prior to plumber rough

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Exhaust pipe penetrating is excessive - only needs to be 1.6 through

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Nice picture sent in, properly installed, showing a to-the-side exhaust direction

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This mid-wall install of a Dryerbox 425 is proper for a dryer on a typical pedestal

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Interesting image showing rough and final install of a Model 425 Dryerbox

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Drywall is zip cut around Dryerbox receptacle, excessive pipe penetration

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Close-up of post Zip-Cut drywall to be caulked by painter

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Caulk joint between Dryerbox and drywall

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Close-up of recommended baseboard termination

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Nicely caulked Dryerbox model 425

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Model 425 Dryerbox with foil flex to dryer

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Consequence of not having a Dryerbox receptacle

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Consequence of not having a Dryerbox receptacle

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Severely crushed exhaust hose. Badly need a Dryerbox here.

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Two views of a 425 Dryerbox install (foil flex and aluminum flex)

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Model 425 Dryerbox ready for dryer appliance.

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Model 425 shown painted with same paint as baseboard

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Model 425 shown painted with same paint as baseboard

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Flex stretched out to make the connection, ready to move dryer back

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Model 425 shown painted with same paint as baseboard

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In the process of moving the dryer all the way back, no way to crush hose

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Dryer pulled away a little to take the photo. Super efficient and very safe.

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Dryer pulled away a little to take the photo. Super efficient and very safe.

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The red label is the Dryer Placard that is a code required item

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Nice looking install sent in from a customer

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Install sent in from customer. Used door casing to trim the receptacle out.

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Close-up of a stacked dryer connection and using the DryerFlex product

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Demonstration summary of going up and going down with vent direction

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4D Dryerbox rendering showing how the flex loops back around to the dryer

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Rough install of a 4D Dryerbox for going down with the ventilation

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Rough install of a 4D Dryerbox

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Rough install of a 4D Dryerbox

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Retro-install of a 3D Dryerbox, but rigid pipe is longer than recommended

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Proper flex connection on a down box 4D Dryerbox

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Customer sent in photo of a 4D with gas connection

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Customer sent in photo of a 3D with gas run outside the wall

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Customer photo where they took a unit with no hole and cut their own in

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Nice looking install sent in from a customer of a 3D Dryerbox

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Glamour shot of a RetroFit model 500 Dryerbox, note the flange location

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Install image of a Retrofit model 500 with aluminum semi-rigid flex hose

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Close-up of a Retro-fit 400 Dryerbox with dryer moved all the way back

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Customer image of a Model 400 Retro-Fit unit mounted mid-wall for stacked setup

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Customer image of a Model 400 Retro-Fit unit

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Rough install of the new model 480. This unit can be mounted either up or down.

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Rough install of the new model 480. This unit can be mounted either up or down.

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Model 480 Dryerbox showing upward airflow and aluminum semi-rigid flex

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Model 480 Dryerbox shown trimmed out with door casing as an option

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Nice install photo of a model 480 mounted up a bit for a dryer on a pedestal

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Rough install of a 480 unit mid-wall for a stacked dryer, note the two Dryer-Ell 45's

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Nice install image of a model 480 Dryerbox

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Nice install image of a model 480 Dryerbox

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Nice install image of a model 480 Dryerbox with dryer connected (DryerFlex)

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Nice use of two 45 degree Dryer-Ells

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This is a long turn Dryer-Ell. Amazingly efficient and saves 5 feet of duct run.

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The use of the long turn Dryer-Ells likely saved this builder from a red-tag