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[duhkt-wurk] /ˈdʌktˌwɜrk/
a system of ducts used for a particular purpose, as in a ventilation or heating system.
the pipes, vents, etc., belonging to such a system.
Also, ducting.
Origin of ductwork
1930-35; duct + work Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • He says that sensors are cheap enough now that they can be distributed throughout a building, even in the ductwork.
  • When doing ductwork, be sure to get professional help.
  • Round ductwork is also stiffer than rectangular and therefore much quieter during operation.
  • These are common locations to find leaks and disconnected ductwork.
  • Most heating and cooling equipment contractors also repair ductwork.
  • ductwork shall be fabricated from galvanized steel, aluminum or stainless steel sheet metal depending on applications.
  • Cover insulated ductwork located outdoors with aluminum jacketing.
  • Will install heating and cooling equipment as well as ductwork.
  • They prefer to insulate the outside of the ductwork, rather than the inside.

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