Spill box | Article about spill box by The Free Dictionary
spill box[′spil ‚bäks]
A device such as a flume that maintains a constant head on a measuring weir or orifice.
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For some time every member of my large family received a spill box
as a present, but when this outlet was exhausted, I went to the corner shop to see if the shopkeeper would take a supply.
In the earliest days of the industry, production managers used a crude concept called a spill box
to control temperature to the roll.
A vertical metal spill box
containing a multitude of filters will be built in the center of the cofferdam, and everything will be sloped back towards it.