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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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From there we carefully direct these combustion gases outside through flue pipes to a location that is safe.
The pitch of flue pipes depends directly on the velocity of sound, which in turn depends on air temperature.
Hammerstrom is Norway's leading supplier of flue pipes and chimney accessories.
It was often used in the form of sprayed coatings and laggings, cement products such as gutters, rainwater and flue pipes, floor and ceiling tiles and in some instances it can be concealed behind linings and shop fittings.
Provided the stove is positioned reasonably close to an outside wall, the flue pipes can be taken through it and upwards outside the house, sufficiently high to obtain the correct draught.
Check furnace connections to the flue pipes and venting systems for signs of wear and tear;
Chimney flue pipes serve as pedestals for terra-cotta pots; short lengths of aspen branches driven into the ground create a rustic edging around flower beds.
and over a period of time." In addition to the heat exchanger, an inspector must check flue pipes to be sure they are not blocked, causing inadequate draft that allows the carbon monoxide to flow back into the house.
fireplace system in double wall design, 4-speed, total height up to 60.0 m, - 230 m flue pipe, medium pipe stainless steel 350 to 800 mm with insulation and metal jacket, - 3 steam boiler plant with oil / gas burner, flue gas heat exchanger, and flue pipes, boiler output approx.
Schiedel Chimney Systems, which employs 110 people, sells more than 600km of system chimneys, connecting flue pipes and chimney liners in the UK each year.
The furnace ignited combustible material near the flue pipes, spreading fire into the walls of the house.
This introduction to the 'king of instruments' was an entertaining lecture with musical examples rather than a recital, but the many short extracts, all performed from memory, were excellently chosen to demonstrate the organ's mechanics and development, starting with a sweet few minutes of Byrd, played on flue pipes only.