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duct·ing

 (dŭk′tĭng)
n.
1. A duct or system of ducts.
2. Material for making ducts.
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Leminar Air Conditioning Industries develops innovative products to meet the evolving needs of the ducting industry.
In that case, noise can break in from a source into the duct and passages through the ducting to other locations.
When we did a study of over 1000 IBC service incidents to see what actually caused production problems, we found that ducting failure ranked highest by more than two to one compared with the next most common cause.
Caulk and seal air leaks where plumbing, ducting or electrical wiring penetrates through exterior walls, floors, ceilings and soffits over cabinets.
Gaining access to every apartment to open the vents and enter the ducting has been a formidable drawback.
Los Angeles Unified School District and bond officials have decided to review the use of the insulation in ducting after questions about its installation were raised by the Daily News.
of Sudbury is expanding its facilities and purchasing new equipment in order to produce large-diameter spiral ducting.
Crushed and blocked clothes dryer ducting can result in a home fire.
This was attributable to the entrance ducting being absent, causing the flow to enter suddenly from the atmosphere into the ducts through the bell mouth, thereby causing stronger shear flow, greater velocity fluctuations, and energy loss.
New under-hood opportunities for metal and rubber replacement lie on the horizon," declares SIG Kautex president Wolfgang Meyer, who cites air ducts for turbo-charged diesel (TCD) engines, along with specialty coolant ducting and fuel filler-pipes.