Fuel-Fired Furnaces

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This topic covers information related to fuel fired furnaces installed during construction. Fuel fired furnaces heat air moving past combustion created by an ignition and fuel source. The major components of a fuel fired furnace include burners, a heat exchanger, draft inducer, vent, blower, control and safety devices. Fuel sources for fuel fired furnaces include; natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, oil, coal or wood.

Fuel-Fired Furnaces
Last modified on Tue, Sep 14, 2010
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