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1. EFFICIENCY:
The percentage of heat that goes into the room instead of up the chimney.
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2. Electric Fireplace-A fireplace that simulates a fire very realistically that requires no venting or installation and simply needs to be plugged in.
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3. Electric Insert:-An inexpensive appliance that simply sets in the fireplace and plugs into the nearest outlet. Very realistic, inexpensive and warms to 300 square feet.
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4. Electric Stoves:Oh so real…just plug them in! They look great and can sit anywhere. Heats up to 300 square feet.
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5. Electronic Ignition:
This is a system that uses an electric current to ignite the burner.
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6. Electronic Ignition System
Used to light the burner, this device needs an electrical current to work rather than a match
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7. Electronic Ignition System:A device to light the burner or pilot that requires electrical current but not a match.
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8. Emissions:-Waste products caused by combustion which can sometimes be seen as smoke.
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9. Emissions:-By-products of combustion vented out of the home.
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10. Emissions
Definition:byproducts of combustion vented out of the home.
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11. Emissions:
Unburned gases and particles as a result of incomplete combustion.
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12. Emissions:-byproducts of combustion vented out of the home.
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13. Emissions-Unburned gases and smoke left after combustion.
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14. ENERGY EFFICIENCY:
The percentage of the total energy content of the fuel consumed that becomes useful heat in the house
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15. EPA
Environmental Protection Agency. Regulations state that wood burning appliances should not release more than 4.1grams of combustion emissions every hour for catalyst products, and no more than 7.5 for non-catalyst products.
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16. EPA Regulations
Definition:government regulations of wood-burning appliances mandating that products sold after July 1, 1992, emit no more than 4.1 grams of particulate matter per hour for catalytic-equipped units and no more than 7.5 grams for non-catalytic-equipped units.
Submitted on Monday, June 13, 2016 8:32:49 AM

17. EPA Regulations:
government regulations of wood burning appliances mandating that products sold after July 1, 1992, emit no more than 4.1 grams of particulate matter per hour for catalytic-equipped units and no more than 7.5 grams for non-catalytic-equipped units.
Submitted on Sunday, June 29, 2014 8:32:49 AM

18. EPA Regulations
Government regulation of woodburning appliances mandating that products sold after July 1, 1992, emit no more than 4.1 grams of particulate matter per hour for catalytic-equipped units and no more than 7.5 grams for non-catalytic-equipped units.
Submitted on Thursday, May 26, 2016 8:32:49 AM

19. EPA Regulations:-government regulations of wood burning appliances mandating that products sold after July 1, 1992, emit no more than 4.1 grams of particulate matter per hour for catalytic-equipped units and no more than 7.5 grams for non-catalytic-equipped units.
Submitted on Thursday, March 27, 2014 8:32:49 AM

20. Evaporator Coil:The part of an air conditioning system where the refrigerant evaporates as it absorbs heat from the air that passes over the coil. It is commonly referred to as the "A" coil because of its shape. It is located in the ductwork of the discharge (supply) side of the furnace.
Submitted on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 8:32:49 AM


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