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September 22, 2005



fish head roof impact device

sounds like a new Caroliner Rainbow record

Chris T.

I think the "fish head roof impact device" may somehow be referring to the cover on a vent pipe, which all plumbing systems have. From toiletology.com: "Unseen and hidden in the walls of your home is a most important part of the flushing cycle of a toilet. It is the complex network of pipes called the Drain-Waste-Vent system (DWV). The DWV drains the water that carries the waste away, and it vents the system to the atmosphere above a building. You have probably seen the short vent pipe(s) sticking up on your roof; one is usually found directly above where a toilet(s) is located in the house below. Odors and sewer gases are allowed to escape through this pipe, but equally important, atmospheric pressure enters the system and prevents a vacuum from forming when water fills the pipes and drains through the system."


Hate to disappoint Ken's Teutomania, but this article was actually about strange patent applications by Americans to the U.S. Patent Office. The toilet huffer device sounds uniquely German, but it was submitted by some guy in California.

hot water heating

I think equipment with fresh air has to be installed to keep away from the smoked fire.

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