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    Re: Thanks !

    Originally posted by gordy
    Thanks for answering my question people. I was just curious now I know. God for bid the ductwork catches on fire. I agree if one gets out with out choking from the foams, carpets,plastics ect. in a home. Makes a fire rating on ductwork a mute point if you ask me.

    Gordy

    That right gordy.Its the first 5' of duct that they make a fire rating on.

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    Re: Re: Thanks !

    Originally posted by framehvac
    Originally posted by gordy
    Thanks for answering my question people. I was just curious now I know. God for bid the ductwork catches on fire. I agree if one gets out with out choking from the foams, carpets,plastics ect. in a home. Makes a fire rating on ductwork a mute point if you ask me.

    Gordy

    That right gordy.Its the first 5' of duct that they make a fire rating on.
    It's all the duct in our area.

    Makes it a mute point?Think of what happens ,with even a very small fire,in the duct and the fan is on.

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