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tdevine
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I found this today on an inspection. Screens in the flame of a gas fired furnace. Can someone explain this?
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Juan Jimenez
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Those are for reducing NOx emissions. Are you in california? Apparently they are common in Cali.

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I am in Minnesota. How does it control nox emissions?

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My understanding is that its similar to a catalytic converter in a vehicle.

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