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 leakages attending at gtps, uran (on as and when required basis).
Early on, La Marzocco became a legend in its own time, beginning with its first patenting of a horizontal boiler system in 1939.
The Star was a conventional, horizontal boiler machine with a low gear for hills and hard pulls, and a high gear for faster, level running.
Lombard built a wooden model of a steam-powered machine with a horizontal boiler.
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.
Horizontal boilers were the standard for most steam engines a century ago, but the 110 hp Best was designed with a vertical boiler, capable of boiler pressure of 160 psi.
Commenting on the launch, Fulton's sales and marketing manager Carl Knight said: "The FB range is ideal for a variety of applications including large-scale laundries that currently rely on Fulton horizontal boilers to provide a steady supply of steam for ironers, presses, washers and tunnels; as well as companies requiring steam or hot water for space heating.
In spite of having realized the very first espresso coffee machine with horizontal boilers as early as 1939 (MARUS), the turning point in production took place in 1970, when La Marzocco patented a machine composed of two distinct boilers, one for coffee extraction and the other for steam.
CFB Boilers specified three universal 3-pass horizontal boilers, type UL-S 4000 x 10bar g, each configured for a maximum steam output of 3868kg/h (4000kg/h from and at 100 [degrees]C).