fire damper

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  • Damper (flow) — This article is about the architectural element. For other uers, see Damper (disambiguation). Opposed blade dampers in a mixing duct. A damper is a valve or plate that stops or regulates the flow of air inside a duct, chimney, VAV box, air… …   Wikipedia

  • Damper (architecture) — A damper is a valve or plate that stops or regulates the flow of air inside a duct, chimney, VAV box, air handler, or other air handling equipment. A damper may be used to cut off central air conditioning (heating or cooling) to an unused room,… …   Wikipedia

  • Damper (food) — For other uses of the term damper , see Damper (disambiguation). Damper being cooked over hot coals …   Wikipedia

  • Damper — A damper is a device that deadens, restrains, or depresses. Damper may refer to: Dashpot, a type of hydraulic or mechanical damper, Shock absorber (British or technical use: damper), a mechanical device designed to dissipate kinetic energy In… …   Wikipedia

  • damper — [[t]dæ̱mpə(r)[/t]] dampers 1) N COUNT A damper is a small sheet of metal in a fire, boiler, or furnace that can be moved to increase or reduce the amount of air that enters. 2) N COUNT A damper is a device in a piano or similar musical instrument …   English dictionary

  • damper — UK [ˈdæmpə(r)] / US [ˈdæmpər] noun [countable] Word forms damper : singular damper plural dampers 1) a piece of metal that controls the flow of air into a fire 2) a block of wood covered with cloth, used for making the sound of a piano string… …   English dictionary

  • damper-type fire valve — A spring loaded butterfly automatic valve that shuts off air supply to the combustion heater if there is a fire or an overheating condition occurs. See damper valve …   Aviation dictionary

  • damper — damp|er [ˈdæmpə US ər] n 1.) put a damper on sth to make something less enjoyable, active, or great than it could have been ▪ A couple of knee injuries put a damper on his football career. 2.) a type of small metal door that is opened or closed… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • damper — noun (C) 1 a piece of equipment that stops a piano string from making a sound 2 a piece of metal that is opened or closed to control how strongly a fire burns 3 put a damper on to affect something in a way that makes people sad, disappointed, or… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • damper — damp|er [ dæmpər ] noun count 1. ) a piece of metal that controls the flow of air into a fire 2. ) a block of wood covered with cloth, used for making the sound of a piano string less loud put a damper/dampener on something INFORMAL 1. ) to make… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • damper — Synonyms and related words: acoustic tile, andiron, antiknock, arrest, baffler, bearing rein, bit, brake, chain, check, checkrein, chill, chock, clog, coal tongs, cold water, countercheck, crane, crepehanger, crook, curb, curb bit, cushion, damp …   Moby Thesaurus

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