caliduct

[ kal-i-duhkt ]
/ ˈkæl ɪˌdʌkt /

noun

a pipe or duct for conveying a heating medium, as hot air or steam.

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Origin of caliduct

1645–55; <Latin cali(dus) warm + duct, modeled on aqueduct
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