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furnaces

Used to heat air only. These devices operate efficiently and can use a wide range of energy resources, such as natural gas, propane, biomass, fossil oil, or electricity. See also: Heating/cooling systems
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And thus they separated; the child to lead her sacred charge farther from guilt and shame; the labourer to attach a fresh interest to the spot where his guests had slept, and read new histories in his furnace fire.
The first thing that struck her eye was the furnace, that hot and feverish worker, with the intense glow of its fire, which by the quantities of soot clustered above it seemed to have been burning for ages.
He was pale as death, anxious and absorbed, and hung over the furnace as if it depended upon his utmost watchfulness whether the liquid which it was distilling should be the draught of immortal happiness or misery.
"This broken lead heart will not melt in the furnace. We must throw it away." So they threw it on a dust-heap where the dead Swallow was also lying.
Multiple trials were run in real-world furnaces. At one company, the fire rate was reduced in nine different furnaces.
This year's winner was Karl Brandenburg, a customer of Carbon Valley Heating and Air since 2013, Karl currently has a 42 year old Holly LSI furnace installed and is in the process of choosing one of our 80% efficient furnaces to install as his replacement.
"W HEN you think how many blast furnaces there used to be on Teesside, it's amazing that our blast furnace is now the only one," says Redcar blast furnace manager, Ian Gofton.
Concern for these issues has caused many people to consider replacing old, inefficient furnaces with energy-efficient models.
ATHOL - A year ago, Joan Hamlett visited a Gardner Board of Health meeting to talk about tobacco control and came away with ideas on how her town could regulate outdoor wood furnaces.
Although new clean-burning natural gas or propane furnaces may have very low pollution emissions, these fuels are still fossil fuels that contribute to global warming due to their release of non-closed loop carbon, unlike Biofuels.
Space Saver dual chamber furnaces feature lightweight, low mass ceramic insulation, instead of traditional brick, so operators use less electrical power and save on operating costs.