high boiler

high boiler

[′hī ‚bȯil·ər]
(materials)
A solvent added to lacquer thinner to slow the rate of evaporation; boiling point 150-200°C.
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According to officials, the State Industries Promotion Corporation of Tamil Nadu (SIPCOT) had installed a 50-feet high boiler to melt iron scrap.
While high boiler retrofit costs make waste paper unsuitable as a supplemental fuel for gas or oil boilers, paper can be used successfully by cement kilns, Dutch ovens, and coal-fired plants.
Most of the serious tap water burns of children occur in low-income apartment buildings where high boiler temperatures are often maintained beyond the control of tenants.