Smoke chamber

smoke chamber

[′smōk ‚chām·bər]
(engineering)
That area in a fireplace directly above the smoke shelf.

Smoke chamber

The portion of a chimney flue located directly over a fireplace.

smoke chamber

In a fireplace, the space directly above the chimney throat, where the smoke gathers before passing into the flue.
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When the coals glow red, place the cheese in the smoke chamber (or on the side of the kettle grill opposite the embers), as far away as possible from the fire.
The Boeing test method employs a flamed heat source in a smoke chamber to gauge toxic fume concentration of six gases -- carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen fluoride (HF), hydrogen chloride (HCl), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) and concentration levels are recorded at specified time intervals.
At the time of the inspection, shortly after the fire, it was clear that the smoke chamber in the fireplace system had a creosote-caused fire.
Before firing, the applied tapes are removed and the works are then fired in a Raku gas kiln to 1000[degrees]C before being removed to a smoke chamber.
About 20 years ago, Ron decided to build himself a combination smoker, grill and holding oven, and after a bit of trial and error, he created an all-steel design that includes an integrated firebox and grill in front, and a smoke chamber above and to the rear.
We were able to comfortably stand in the smoke chamber until the smoke dissipated; the pulse ox reading during this test was 97 percent.
So we came up with a plan for a 4' 6" x 4' 6" (outside diameter) structure with 6' high walls, before adding the roof for the smoke chamber, and an external fire pit.
Visitors will have the chance to learn life-saving techniques inside a smoke chamber.
The house uses a smoke chamber to mimic conditions during a fire.
After pressurized air removes the surface moisture, the trays enter a smoke chamber.
BA has state-of-the- art training facilities, including emergency training simulators, static cabin trainers and a fire training ground which has a smoke chamber.