horizontal boiler

horizontal boiler

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′bȯil·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A water-tube boiler having a main bank of straight tubes inclined toward the rear at an angle of 5 to 15° from the horizontal.
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Tenders are invited for Work of WHR Horizontal Boiler Tube Leakage Attending at GTPS, Uran.
Early on, La Marzocco became a legend in its own time, beginning with its first patenting of a horizontal boiler system in 1939.
Technology aside - but La Marzocco does figure itself proudly in the history of espresso machines as for example being the first patent holder for a horizontal boiler - the company has also inspired admiration for its machine designs.