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ductless

 [dukt´les]
having no excretory duct.

duct·less

(dŭkt'les),
Having no duct; denoting endocrine glands having only an internal secretion.

duct·less

(dŭkt'lĕs)
Having no duct; denoting certain glands having only an internal secretion.
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31526 Fox Hollow Rd, Eugene; Kidd James & MacArthur Sarah; Install Two Zone Multi Split Ductless Heat Pump In 1990 SFD; $10,348.
As a manufacturer of HVAC systems trusted by thousands in North America, Senville specializes in ductless mini split air conditioners and heat pumps.
The EDU can be moved from laboratory to laboratory, and its ductless design allows easy installation.
Campbell Melissa K, 433 64th St; install one ductless outdoor heat pump and one indoor air handler; $3,300.
In addition, the ductless technology allows customers to saving money on energy bills.
Things are getting smaller where appropriate and we are seeing mobility in the form of ductless type enclosures."
Barker Melissa J, 1281 Lorne Loop; install ductless heat pump;$3,596.
Mystaire has released its 2014-2015 catalog that includes ductless hoods, workstations and enclosures, as well as photos, specs and overviews on a full range of products to protect the operator or process.
A 2004 survey by ACH&R News listed Mitsubishi Electric as contractors most preferred ductless manufacturer and the number one brand in price/value, availability, reliability, and performance specifications.
The FE-2620 ductless economy chemical workstations from Mystaire Misonix provide operator protection for routine laboratory manipulations with liquid chemicals or powders.