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Number: 126/280
Name: Stoves and furnaces > Soot catchers
Description: Devices comprising receptacles designed to be so placed or suspended that they will catch or receive the soot falling from stovepipe or chimney openings.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7575729 Fuel reforming apparatus and method of controlling the fuel reforming apparatus Aug. 18, 2009
4838243 Chimney cleanout tee cap lock Jun. 13, 1989
4718156 Method of retrofitting an exhaust stack by incorporating a filter assembly Jan. 12, 1988
4694817 Heating stove and method for the combustion of fuels in heating stoves Sep. 22, 1987
4306491 Flue system for wood burning stoves Dec. 22, 1981
4250609 Flue stack maintenance system utilizing replaceable liners Feb. 17, 1981
4165680 Fume extraction canopy with baffle deflector Aug. 28, 1979

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