very interesting articles on CFM and makeup air; 250 cfm suffices
In my search for information on makeup air requirements in Maryland I found this very interesting article on "green building advisor" which seems to be against the norm here on gardenweb for large and powerful ventilation systems. Obviously this article is intended for the usual kitchen and not those fiery Wolf type gas ranges.The author describes his difficulty in getting information on MUA installation from GE and concludes that 250 cfm is sufficient for most residential kitchens. I'm interested in what the kitchen designers and semi-pros (including self taught ones) think of this article.
I linked the mail one below but here are two other related articles from the same website.
Don't throw stones, i am not affiliated with this company, just earnestly seeking advice on this confusing and seemingly controversial subject.
Here is a link that might be useful: Makeup air discussion