smoke vent


smoke vent
дымоход, дымовод

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  • Heat and smoke vent — Heat and Smoke Vents are installed in buildings as an active fire protection measure. They are openings in the roof which are intended to vent the heat and smoke developed by a fire inside the building by the action of buoyancy, such that they… …   Wikipedia

  • Smoke flaps — Smoke fl Commercially a smoke flap can take the form of a metal, tin, or other alloy and can be manipulatable by hand or lever, and appears in home chimneys, stoves, or boilers. The more common use of a smoke flap is on the Native American Plains …   Wikipedia

  • Smoke hole — Smoke holes (also called smokeholes or smoke holes) refers to the historical and modern reconstructed Native American long house ceiling ventilation. Longhouse smoke holes occur in intervallic square openings along the roof of Native American… …   Wikipedia

  • vent — [vent] verb [T] I to express your feelings of anger very strongly II noun [C] vent [vent] a hole that allows air, gas, or smoke to escape or fresh air to enter …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • smoke hole — noun a vent (as in a roof) for smoke to escape • Hypernyms: ↑vent, ↑venthole, ↑vent hole, ↑blowhole * * * noun Etymology: Middle English, from smoke ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • vent — vent1 ventless, adj. /vent/, n. 1. an opening, as in a wall, serving as an outlet for air, smoke, fumes, or the like. 2. an opening at the earth s surface from which volcanic material, as lava, steam, or gas, is emitted. 3. Zool. the anal or… …   Universalium

  • vent — I. /vɛnt / (say vent) noun 1. an opening or aperture serving as an outlet for air, smoke, fumes, etc. 2. the small opening at the breech of a cannon or old fashioned gun by which fire is communicated to the charge. 3. Zoology the anal or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • vent — [[t]ve̱nt[/t]] vents, venting, vented 1) N COUNT A vent is a hole in something through which air can come in and smoke, gas, or smells can go out. Quite a lot of steam escaped from the vent at the front of the machine... There was a small air… …   English dictionary

  • vent — I UK [vent] / US verb [transitive] Word forms vent : present tense I/you/we/they vent he/she/it vents present participle venting past tense vented past participle vented to express your feelings of anger very strongly There s no need to vent your …   English dictionary

  • vent — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, in part from 2vent, in part short for aventen to release (air), from Anglo French aventer, alteration of Old French esventer to air, from es ex (from Latin ex ) + vent wind, from Latin ventus more at wind Date:… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • vent — vent1 [ vent ] noun count 1. ) a hole or space that allows air, gas, or smoke to escape or fresh air to enter a ) TECHNICAL a hole in the Earth s surface through which LAVA or gas comes out 2. ) a straight cut at the bottom of a jacket, dress,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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