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Emphasizes the importance of regular and appropriately timed inspections because a small problem discovered early can be fixed at a low cost, preventing minor damage from becoming a substantial problem until the cost of repair and remediation becomes excessive. This new publication updates the Guide for Steel Stack Construction, second edition, incorporating text and tables.
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The appendices on smoke control and smoke detectors have been revised to reflect the current technology and requirements for those applications. Updated coverage of welding processes; flux-cored wire guidelines; and the latest equipment. Architectural Sheet Metal Manual.
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The fabrication practices included illustrate the requirements of most commonly encountered insulated surfaces, such as boiler walls, flues, ducts, precipitators, air heaters, economizers, tanks, fans,etc. Also rectangular duct fabricated from panels from a few inches up to 5 ft.
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