spark arrester

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Synonyms for spark arrester

electrical device to reduce sparking when electrical contacts are opened or closed

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a wire net to stop sparks from an open fireplace or smokestack

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In practical terms, the lack of a spark arrester is not likely to be a safety problem if you are only burning gas.
From a social perspective, given these assumptions, it is desirable to install the spark arrester and then run the train 8 times.
Walker's Michael DeLillo, vice president of sales and marketing, said that many power generation projects often follow UL guidelines and having a spark arrester feature that complies with those guidelines readily available is "a big advantage, especially if you can outfit the engine in the make-ready stage prior to delivery."
They include spark arresters, small-mesh screens, and leg levelers (for uneven patio surfaces).
Chimneys should include a spark arrester, a screen that prevents large embers from escaping.
Ours cost about $350, including a spark arrester cap as protection for the roof.
The home inspector who checked my house recommended a spark arrester for the masonry chimney.
All off-highway vehicles must be equipped with a spark arrester approved by the U.S.
Trail Patrol members also will talk to users whose machines obviously exceed the state noise level limit of 99 decibels, or that don't have the exhaust "spark arrester" required on OHVs to reduce the risk of wildfire.