Wood units

Wood u·nits

(wud),
a simplified system for measuring pulmonary vascular resistance that uses increments of pressure. Measurement is made by subtracting pulmonary capillary wedge pressure from the mean pulmonary arterial pressure and dividing by cardiac output in liters per minute.

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Wood units - a simplified measurement of pulmonary vascular resistance that uses pressures instead of more complicated units.
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The L-shaped breakfast kitchen is fitted with a range of contemporary wall maple wood units and cupboards by Siematic with complementary grey granite work surfaces.
Cherry wood units give a warm feel to the room and contrast well with high-gloss worktops and stainless steel accessories.
Wood units contrast with sleek white work surfaces, chrome handles and integrated appliances.
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The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with custom made Mark Wilkinson, maple wood units and integrated Miele appliances comprising of a dishwasher, steamer, microwave, warming drawer and coffee machine, range style cooker and Sub Zero American style fridge/ freezer and wine cooler.
The kitchen/breakfast room has recently been refitted with a range of cream solid wood units with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances.
The kitchen has a mass of lovely wood units with a central island and a living area as well as space for informal dining.
You could go for the ultimate in cutting edge design with sleek lines, hidden storage and top-of-the-range gadgets, or maybe your style is something a little more traditional and rustic with solid wood units, marble or granite work tops and warm and welcoming decor.
This goes for furniture too -- flat-pack compressed wood units are more popular because of their affordability, but they are also the ones most prone to breakage, and therefore to be discarded outside.
Later the drawers and doors of many of the old wood units were taken out of their position, and the remaining open shelves were used to stack hundreds of boxes of screws, washers and nuts for the viewing public.
In here you'll find a large central island, a range of solid wood units and a walk in pantry.