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Furnace Wikipedia.
In American practice, separate ducts collect cool air to be returned to the furnace. At the furnace, cool air passes into the furnace, usually through an air filter, through the blower, then through the heat exchanger of the furnace, whence it is blown throughout the building.
Furnaces and Boilers Department of Energy.
A properly sized furnace or boiler will operate most efficiently, and you'll' want to choose a dependable unit and compare the warranties of each furnace or boiler youre considering. When shopping for high-efficiency furnaces and boilers, look for the ENERGY STAR label.
Industrial furnace Wikipedia.
As the damper closes, the amount of heat escaping the furnace through the stack decreases, but the pressure or draft in the furnace increases which poses risks to those working around it if there are air leakages in the furnace, the flames can then escape out of the firebox or even explode if the pressure is too great.
FURNACE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
It's' cold in here should I turn on the furnace? SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. See more results. Definition of furnace from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's' Dictionary Thesaurus Cambridge University Press. furnace American Dictionary. Your browser doesn't' support HTML5 audio.
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This premier furnace boasts an efficiency rating of up to 99%that means it essentially converts every last bit of energy it uses into heating the home. Precise Comfort technology allows the furnace to keep the temperature held exactly where you want it.
furnace Wiktionary.
Greek: el n kamíni, el m foúrnos. Russian: ru f tópka, ru f pe, ru f péka. furnace third-person singular simple present furnaces, present participle furnacing, simple past and past participle furnaced. To heat in a furnace. To exhale like a furnace.
Furnace Britannica.
Electrical energy is transformed into heat in an electric furnace or an electric burner see electric furnace. Solar radiation energy is used in the solar furnace see photograph, a device for concentrating large amounts of solar energy into a small area.

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