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1. PARGING:
This means to coat or to spread. Typically mortar parging is found in the smoke chamber of a newly constructed fireplace.
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2. Patina-a finishing technique used on alloy surfaces such as copper or bronze, or other materials (e.g. wood) that gives the finish an aged look.
Submitted on Monday, December 15, 2014 11:57:53 AM

3. Pellet Fireplace:-There actually is no such thing! Pellet units come only in the form of stoves and inserts.
Submitted on Monday, July 13, 2015 11:57:53 AM

4. Pellet Insert:An appliance that burns wood bio-mass pellets. Pellets are loaded into the top and are mechanically fed by motors into the burnpot. Heat is circulated out the front by blowers.
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5. Pellet Stove:
An appliance of steel or beautiful cast iron that burns wood bio-mass pellets. These have forced exhaust blowers, thermostats and can be horizontally or vertically vented.
Submitted on Sunday, May 31, 2015 11:57:53 AM

6. Pellets
are made of 100% wood sawdust with no additives. The sawdust in pellets is a manufacturing byproduct otherwise destined for landfills.
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7. Pellets:Made from 100% sawdust and no additives, this is a material that is manufactured to be burned in fireplaces
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8. Pellets:-These are made from wood shavings created as a result of manufacturing wood products. They would normally be dumped in a landfill but are a very useful form of fuel for stoves and fireplaces.
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9. Pellets:-Fuel source from recycled sawdust. Probably the least expensive fuel by comparison, pellets have high BTU, minimal ash and only 5% moisture (compared to wood up to 50%).
Submitted on Thursday, January 19, 2017 11:57:53 AM

10. Pellets
Definition:are made of 100% compressed wood sawdust with no additives. A renewable fuel source made from sawdust or wood chips otherwise destined for landfills.
Submitted on Friday, June 27, 2014 11:57:53 AM

11. Pellets:
are made of 100% wood sawdust with no additives. The sawdust in pellets is a manufacturing byproduct otherwise destined for landfills.
Submitted on Monday, January 25, 2016 11:57:53 AM

12. Peninsula Fireplace:-a fireplace that has three sides of glass.
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13. Peninsula Fireplace:
a fireplace that has three sides of glass.
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14. Peninsula Fireplace:
a fireplace that has three sides of glass.
Submitted on Thursday, December 29, 2016 11:57:53 AM

15. Peninsula Fireplace
A fireplace that has three sides of glass.
Submitted on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 11:57:53 AM

16. Peninsula Fireplace
Definition:Similar to an Island fireplace except it has only three glass paneled sides rather than four. It is also known simply as a three-sided fireplace.
Submitted on Friday, October 21, 2016 11:57:53 AM

17. PIEZO IGNITOR:
A device which delivers an igniting spark by means of pressure on a crystal.
Submitted on Thursday, November 06, 2014 11:57:53 AM

18. Piezo Starter
This starter is the red button that puts pressure on the crystal found in the standing pilot system
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19. Pilot:-A small flame used to ignite the gas at the main burner.
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20. PILOT:A small flame used to ignite the gas at the main burner.
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21. PRESSURE REGULATOR:
A device for controlling and maintaining a uniform outlet gas pressure. Service regulators reduce high street pressure of natural gas or reduce LPG storage tank pressure. Appliance regulators, usually part of the combination valve, reduce, adjust and maintain constant pressure to be used in an appliance.
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22. PRESSURE TEST:-Method of checking for leaks in the gas supply line prior to installation of appliances.
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23. PRIMARY AIR
Combustion air directed to the firebox where the fuel is located; supports all stages of combustion.
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24. Propane-A liquefied petroleum gas (see LPG) containing more heat value than natural gas. It is colorless, odorless and non-toxic.
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25. PROPANE-A colorless, odorless, nontoxic LPG containing more heat value than natural gas.
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26. PSI:
Pounds per square inch.
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27. PSI:
Pounds of pressure per square inch.
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28. PYROLYSIS:-Chemical alteration of wood, coal, or other combustible materials as a result of exposure to heat.
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