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1. Damper-a valve or plate that regulates smoke and air flow up the chimney. Indoors a damper allows you to close off the chimney when not in use and eliminate draft. Dampers are optional in outdoor fireplaces. Firemagic makes a prefabricated damper/smoke shelf that eliminates guesswork.
Submitted on Monday, January 11, 2016 3:40:28 AM

2. Damper:A device used to reduce or close the opening between the firebox and flue.
Submitted on Saturday, March 14, 2015 3:40:28 AM

3. Damper:
Located in the ductwork, this regulates airflow. Effective in controlling airflow for zoning.
Submitted on Friday, October 09, 2015 3:40:28 AM

4. Damper:A movable plate for regulating the draft in a stove, furnace, etc. Often mispronounced as dampner.
Submitted on Thursday, January 07, 2016 3:40:28 AM

5. DAMPER:
A moveable blade located in the throat of the fireplace. Designed to impede air flow into the chimney.
Submitted on Friday, August 28, 2015 3:40:28 AM

6. DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE IN A VENTED FIREPLACE
A self-contained, freestanding fuel/gas-burning appliance designed for installation only in a vented fireplace and whose primary function lies in the aesthetic effects of the flame. Gas hearth appliances which are listed to ANSI Standard Z21.60 include gas log sets.
Submitted on Thursday, December 18, 2014 3:40:28 AM

7. Direct Spark Ignition
This is a system whereby gas fires are ignited by a spark from the burner.
Submitted on Saturday, September 05, 2015 3:40:28 AM

8. Direct Spark Ignition:
Electronic pilot ignition, which ignites the gas from a spark, directly from the burner
Submitted on Saturday, October 11, 2014 3:40:28 AM

9. DIRECT VENT:
Method of venting appliance whereby all air for combustion is derived directly from the outside atmosphere and all flue gases are discharged directly to the outside atmosphere. Exhaust system for gas fireplaces that is gravity induced. No chimney is required.
Submitted on Monday, July 21, 2014 3:40:28 AM

10. Direct Vent:-an appliance with a sealed, specifically designed venting system, that draws combustion air from outdoors and exhausts its combustion products to the outdoors, eliminating the need for a standard chimney system. A glass panel in direct vent units is critical to keeping the combustion system sealed from the home.
Submitted on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 3:40:28 AM

11. Direct Vent-A vent system for gas stoves, fireplaces and inserts that employs 2 vents
Submitted on Saturday, April 23, 2016 3:40:28 AM

12. Direct Vent:
These are gas fireplaces that do not require a chimney but, instead use a flue to carry combustion by-products outside either directly through the wall or up through the roof. It is necessary for these types of fireplaces to have sealed glass doors to keep combustion waste out of the rooms. Air for combustion is brought in from outside. These systems are cheaper and easier to install than chimney systems.
Submitted on Monday, July 20, 2015 3:40:28 AM

13. Direct Vent Appliance-an appliance that draws combustion air from outdoors and exhaust it combustion products to the outdoors eliminating the need for a standard chimney system. A glass panel in direct vent units is critical to keeping the combustion system sealed from the home, maintaining high efficiency and indoor air quality.
Submitted on Friday, March 11, 2016 3:40:28 AM

14. Direct Vent Appliance:
an appliance that draws combustion air from outdoors and exhaust it combustion products to the outdoors eliminating the need for a standard chimney system. A glass panel in direct vent units is critical to keeping the combustion system sealed from the home, maintaining high efficiency and indoor air quality.
Submitted on Monday, June 30, 2014 3:40:28 AM

15. DIRECT VENT APPLIANCES
Definition:Direct vent hearth appliances draw combustion air from outdoors and exhaust its combustion products to the outdoors eliminating the need for a standard chimney system. A glass panel in direct vent units is critical to keeping the combustion system sealed from the home, maintaining high efficiency and indoor air quality.
Submitted on Saturday, December 10, 2016 3:40:28 AM

16. Direct Vent Appliances:-Direct vent hearth appliances draw combustion air from outdoors and exhaust its combustion products to the outdoors eliminating the need for a standard chimney system. A glass panel in direct vent units is critical to keeping the combustion system sealed from the home, maintaining high efficiency and indoor air quality.
Submitted on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:40:28 AM

17. Draw-the action of the smoke rising in the flue due to buoyancy (hot gas, like smoke is more buoyant than cool air)
Submitted on Tuesday, February 03, 2015 3:40:28 AM


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