wall furnace

wall furnace

[′wȯl ‚fər·nəs]
(mechanical engineering)
A self-contained vented furnace that is permanently attached to a wall and provides heated air directly to the surrounding space.

wall furnace

A self-contained, vented furnace, complete with air grilles, which is permanently attached to a wall; furnishes heated air directly to the surrounding space, either by gravity or by a mechanical blower.
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Vertical wall furnace on internal dimensions of 8 x 8 x 2 m for testing fire resistance of vertical structures with maximum dimensions of 8 x8 ms possibility of loading additional forces during the test,
We heat with a propane wall furnace, which is adequate because of the earth cover.
I turn the wall furnace on for only a few minutes at a time, only a few times a day.
Sales in the heating and air conditioning segment improved during the third quarter of 2002 compared to the prior year quarter as increased sales in the evaporative cooler and wall furnace lines more than offset the sales decline in the fan coil line.
The increase in the heating and air conditioning segment was the result of strong first quarter wall furnace sales due to cold weather and improved sales of evaporative coolers as conditions improved from the depressed level encountered in the first three quarters of 2000.
Utilizing a proven patented hot wall furnace design and combined with breakthrough temperature measurement technology, the Summit is setting the standard for rapid thermal processing," says William Bintz, general manager of Eaton Thermal Processing Systems.
Legal and other expenses incurred in connection with a Consumer Products Safety Commission inquiry, concerning the heat exchangers used by Williams Furnace in certain wall furnace models produced prior to 1992 also reduced 1995's operating income.
Two children died in Norco Tuesday night after an improperly installed wall furnace malfunctioned and created carbon monoxide.
Through December 31, 2013, SoCalGas is offering the following rebates: a $200 rebate on central furnaces, a $50 rebate on qualifying gravity wall furnaces and rebates of up to $75 on qualifying storage water heaters and up to $200 on qualifying tankless water heaters.
Fires caused by portable heaters, wall furnaces and baseboard heaters have caused one death, five injuries and $460,111 in property damage over the past five New Year's holiday weekends, according to state statistics.
Included in the products of this industry are domestic heating stoves, boilers, floor and wall furnaces, solar energy collectors, and oil burners.