Furnace

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A furnace is a structure in which heat is produced with the help of combustion.

Furnace may also refer to:

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  • Furnace (central heating): a furnace (in American English), or a heater or boiler (in British English), used to generate heat for buildings
  • Boiler, used to heat water; also called a furnace in American English when used for heating and hot water in a building
  • Jetstream furnace or Tempest boiler, a design of wood-fired water heater

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