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How to Install a Gas Furnace Chimney PDF Print E-mail
Written by Muzaam   
Friday, 25 June 2010 13:07
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A boiler stack gas plays an important role in the operation of a gas oven. In fact, both the fireplace and the oven go hand in hand and work as a system. The role of the fire is to control the system by ensuring that the combustion gases are exhausted from the stove. It has also, at the same time, draws air into the stove. Most fireplaces are gas heaters made from steel pipes that are galvanized. Installing a boiler stack gas is a relatively easy DIY project, if you have the right tools and know-how.
What you need

* Drill / Drill / Core Bit
* Screwdriver
* Duct Materials
* Oven
Tape measure *
* 4-inch galvanized pipes
* 4-inch galvanized elbow
* Tapping screws
* Shear
* Pipe Crimper
* Galvanized strap suspension
* Temperature Silicone Sealant caulking gun /
* Gas Leak Detector / Carbon Monoxide Detector

Checks Step 1 - Preliminary

The gas to the old unit must be disabled before you start doing something. Once done, remove the old unit you used for heating, taking care not to cause damage. Be sure to address any concerns you have with your present job leads before continuing. Ensure that the flue is in good condition, else your new water heater does not work correctly. You should also make sure that your oven is aligned with the work ducts and gas lines that already exist in your home.
Step 2 - Attach the heater and furnace

Then, connect your device all ducts. Care must be done while doing this to ensure that the whole house is heated uniformly. You can first connect the plenum and make sure that the pipe is properly connected to the pliers. Then connect the new furnace to the gas line and turn off the gas. Check the instructions that came with your device to see whether the construction is required before the installation process. Also make sure there are no leaks using a gas leak detector.
Step 3 - Install gas furnace Wind

Measure the distance between the discharge of smoke into the furnace to the chimney, and therefore buy a galvanized steel sleeve and elbows. Then drill a hole 4 ¼ inches in your chimney, and the height of your furnace chimney vented to about ¼ inch per foot. Ensure that the hole is filled high enough to accommodate the field.

Then you need to install the metal duct. This can be done by connecting the pieces together. Simply insert a crimped end piece to the end of another piece that is not crimped. Use metal screws to secure the connection. Adjust the metal leads to the need, and elbows used to make the necessary turns and twists to get the furnace to the chimney. Finally, with the help of a hanging strap that is galvanized to ensure that you support your evacuation. Using a caulking silicone to seal up the chimney of the furnace vent.
Check Step 4 - for leaks

Once the fire has everything your chimney to ensure there are no leaks. You can do this with a carbon monoxide detector.

 
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