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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1981 - Grant moved to a purpose built 1,400m2 factory 1983/4 - The innovative twin pass back boiler created in 1978 led to the production of Grant's first patentable triple pass oil boiler.
SOUTH of Scotland clubs have put league reconstruction and a new Lowland League on the back boiler.
Rationalisation of labour is a way of sacking people, organising for quality is saying you will do more for less, regulating capitalism means putting any constraints on profit on the back boiler and that it's back to normal in the City, with another bumper pay day just around the corner.
The source of heat for the water was provided by a free-standing boiler, a back boiler (integral with the fireplace) and/or a thermostatically controlled immersion heater.
But whether you do or not, its arrival in Gemini today for a short two week stay is a fabulous chance to kick on with any of your plans that have been simmering on the 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.
Robbo's team had to fit in a two-legged semi-final over Liverpool, which was won in heroic and famous fashion and then could put that on the back boiler.
We have a fire with a back boiler and luckily my husband can bring home wood from work to burn.
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.
Q I have a back boiler with a gas fire in front but the gas fire doesn't work any more.