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Synonyms for flue

Synonyms for flue

flat bladelike projection on the arm of an anchor

organ pipe whose tone is produced by air passing across the sharp edge of a fissure or lip

a conduit to carry off smoke

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His work fell well short of the expected standards when dealing with flues for gas appliances, therefore putting the homeowner at risk.
The joints and seals of the flues were likely the first to be breached, allowing some flue exhaust into the outer chamber of the double-wall flue; the outer chamber is less corrosion-resistant because it was not designed for condensing boiler flue gasses.
The place of activation is the flue (10), in which the flue gas is at a temperature up to 800[degrees]C between the steam superheater (6, 7) and the economizer (8).
This paper introduces the simulation results of the flue gas driven open absorption system, the system performance is analyzed and compared with existing condensing systems for different type of fossil fuel boilers.
Having cleaned the surface of the flue gas duct with a high-pressure water jet, Henkel maintenance engineers then sandblasted the steel walls to achieve a cleanliness level of SIS SA 2.
From an insight perspective, this research report has focused on various levels of analysis-industry analysis (industry trends, and PEST analysis), market share analysis of top players, and company profiles, which together comprise and discuss the basic views on the competitive landscape, usage patterns, emerging- and high-growth segments of the Asia-Pacific Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) market, high-growth countries and their respective regulatory policies, government initiatives, drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
Join the conversation on our Facebook page face com/poolecho Speaking after the hearing, Health and Safety Executive inspector Jacqueline Western said: "A pregnant woman and her husband were put at risk of suffering carbon monoxide poisoning because Topflite allowed a flue to become blocked while carrying out a loft conversion in a neighbouring house.
Midtherm Flue Systems, located in New Road, identified the need to increase its manufacturing capabilities and speed up its production process in order to remain competitive in the UK and begin new export operations to Europe.
an Arvada, Colorado-based environmental contractor, recently submitted plans to truck the contaminated flue dust to a hazardous waste landfill in Deer Trail, Colorado.
HSE Inspector Dean Baker said: "Janusz Wojcik and Phillip Thomas failed in their duty to ensure the gas fire was made safe before they removed the chimney and flue.
MHI believes that its track record is gaining wider recognition within the industry and proved instrumental in the latest order for this world's largest flue gas CO2 capture system for an existing coal-fired power generation plant.
The innovative ANDRITZ flue gas cleaning technology is based on the combination of electrostatic precipitator and flue gas scrubber.
Unlike other waste streams, the carbon dioxide in flue gas is dilute and hard to capture using current technologies," says Joy Romero, vice-president of technology development at Canadian Natural.
Developed to improve the accuracy, operational life, and resistance to cross-contamination in flue gas analyzers, the new 40Xeco LP sensor from City Technology (Des Plaines, IL) uses the company's lead-free toxic gas sensor technology to reduce response and recovery times, and eliminate field failures.