boiler water


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boiler water

[′bȯil·ər ‚wȯd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Water in the steam-generating section of a boiler unit.
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Editorial Note: When present in boiler water, DEAE and CHA can become airborne in boiler steam, which can result in inhalational and/or dermal uptake by exposed persons.
In addition, an often overlooked consequence of boiler water carryover is the efficiency loss due to wet steam.
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The combustion process heats the boiler water to make steam, hot water heating, and/or domestic hot water.
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The floor is heated with warm boiler water circulated through small, flexible pipes located under the surface of the floor or in the concrete floor slab.
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