flue pipe


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flue pipe

An airtight conduit which conveys the products of combustion from a furnace to the atmosphere or to a chimney stack.
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Basically, two types of pipes are used in pipe organs: flue pipes and reed pipes (left side of Fig.
It was not known nor was it possible to determine how long or why the flue pipe had been broken.
It is a small 5KW Moreso stove and it has a nice simple design We had to measure up various stoves for the location of the flue pipe - some wouldn't fit our fireplace.
My maintenance guy then proceeded to explain that the intruder had removed the rain cap from the large boiler flue on the roof, crawled down the flue to attempt to get into the laundromat, and got stuck in the flue pipe. As best as anyone could tell, he had been there for several hours and, although still alive, was in less-than-perfect health after breathing natural gas exhaust fumes and getting burned by the hot flue pipe.
White and two city building code inspectors found that the flue pipe to the stove was too close to a wall that caught on fire.
Contact between the copper tubing and steel flue pipe is undesirable, but you may have no choice.
Although the two rooms could only be entered separately from the street, they were connected by one element: In the right-hand room, the flue pipe of a small green tiled stove went through the dividing wall and twisted around in the left-hand room.
He inserted a special tool into the leaking flue pipe and tapped, expanding the flue pipe and sealing the leak.
This replacement air is not "fresh" air, as it is often considered, but originates from your crawlspace, basement, attic, or the worst-case scenario, the flue pipe of a combustion appliance.
Residential buildings are subject to environmental risks that include carbon-monoxide poisoning from a cracked flue pipe; pollution from leaking underground oil tanks; and illness resulting from application of insecticide.
When the stack passes through a combustible wall or ceiling, it must be insulated by using a metal thimble and/or a double- or triple-wall flue pipe. Even double- and triple-wall flues need clearances from combustible materials, usually one to six inches.
Boiler Life notifies customers when it is time to have the boiler, flue pipe and base of the chimney cleaned.