back boiler


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back boiler

a tank or series of pipes at the back of a fireplace for heating water
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They will be able to advise which fires would be available as a replacement for use with an old back boiler.
Any good ideas that have been bubbling away on the back boiler or more obviously, need to be tempered by the need for workability.
Most of Kennedy's men are primarily footballers, and as soon as the big ball game swings back into action they will put hurling on the back boiler.
Priority is for the replacement of existing back boiler systems with condensing boilers and new radiators.
You could go for a wood burning stove that has a traditional kitchen range look with a wood burning back boiler providing hot water for radiators and the main hot water cylinder.
The Lib Dems must be mighty proud of the way they have backed the Tory ideology to the hilt, while the mansion tax has been put on the back boiler.
Call in an engineer QI have a Baxi gas back boiler installed in a room 3 metres x 4 metres x 3 metres.
The fire had not been installed properly and a back boiler - which should have been removed - was left in place.
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA (Channel 4, 9pm) WITH The F Word on the back boiler for a while, Gordon Ramsay's lipsmacking, troubleshooting, American odyssey continues with a new run.
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA Channel 4, 9pm With The F Word on the back boiler for a while, Gordon Ramsay's lipsmacking American odyssey continues with a new run of this tasty series.
He said he had found a zone for "down-drafting" had emerged in place of the removed chimney which meant gases from the back boiler would not dissipate if the wind was blowing in the wrong direction.
McVitie, whose players travel to take on Nithsdale Wanderers today said: "We don't want any distractions so we've put the Scottish Cup on the back boiler until after next week's draw.