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Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Amédée, French surgeon, 1802-1858. See: Bonnet capsule.

Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Charles B., Philosopher, physician, natural scientist, Swiss 1720-1793. See: Bonnet syndrome.
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Components like lid of pad disposal hole in toilet, metal door (metal shutter) to take out the burnt ashes, chimney to outlet the fume, and chimney cap were the most common incinerators' components that were lacking.
A chimney cap keeps water and critters out of your flue and extends flue life.
The chimney cap required a steel frame, poured concrete, and a stone veneer to create the illusion of stone piers.
But extending your chimney is likely to be expensive, so your best bet is to install a chimney cap, a metal shield that prevents downward gusts from blowing in.
Evidently, rain penetrated the mortar joints, or more likely, the chimney cap or faulty flashing, and carried the dissolved salts deeply into the chimney all the way through to the hearth, where you found the efflorescence.
The new finished chimney cap shall be made of concrete like the existing chimney cap;
Tenders are invited for project consists of: demolition of concrete chimney caps and brick chimneys existing asphalt shingles.
Gleason even had an explanation for the habit of woodpeckers to seemingly mistake metal chimneys and chimney caps for something more edible, especially early in the spring.
Engineering and Architecture: Many technical and engineering support services including the design of chimneys, smokestacks, breaching ducts, inner stay-bands and chimney caps.
The company has its own metal shop in Colorado Springs, enabling it to fabricate custom products such as chimney caps, collector heads and roof flashing.