Smoke chamber

smoke chamber

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

The portion of a chimney flue located directly over a fireplace.
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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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The same sort of gourmet delicacy can be yours with the aid of your smoke chamber. You can simply drape the split, dressed fish over rods and smoke them at about 70 [degrees] F until they are completely dried.
(If you forgot to open it in the first place, your problem's solved!) Stick your head into the fireplace and shine the flashlight on up into the smoke chamber (Fig.
Peel back a small portion of the poly sheeting and use the long-handled brush to clean the smoke chamber. Use the noodle brush to remove all the soot from the smoke shelf.
In addition, the cyanate foam had the lowest moisture absorption and by far the lowest smoke generation in the NBS smoke chamber. Dmc was only 61 for cyanate foam vs.
The smoke chamber. The next station is a smoke chamber, an eight-foot-high by two-foot-wide wooden structure with Plexiglas viewing panels on three sides.
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.
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. Smoke from friction generators enters both sides of the tunnel and is spread throughout.
Visitors will have the chance to learn life-saving techniques inside a smoke chamber.
The pulse oximeter showed 94 percent saturation while in the smoke chamber and 96 percent after getting into the fresh air.