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- Prefabricated Chimney Serving an Appliance - Solid Fuel - Short Form - PDF
Prefabricated Chimney Serving an Appliance - Solid Fuel - Short Form - PDF
Prefabricated Chimney Serving an Appliance (PCSA) - Solid Fuel Level 1 and Level 2 checklist was created using NFPA 211 Chapter 15 and the Annex. Its purpose is to help a sweep do a complete Level 1 and 2 with additional questions to help you gather as much information as possible.
It is focused on appliances that use Solid fuels like Wood or Corn.
If you're dealing with Liquid fuels like natural gas, you'll want to use the PCSA - Liquid Fuel form.
Its purpose is to help a sweep complete Levels 1 and 2 with additional questions to
help gather as much information as possible.
The short form is a shortened version of our long forms. You still gather all the
necessary information about the Chimney but without the 'extra detail'
This form is 2pgs long, so it's formatted to Legal-sized paper to print if
needed, but you can also use it on a mobile device or iPad.
Instructions for download:
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forms that say 'for Smart service, etc.' This is due to the formatting that is
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