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oil burner

[′ȯil ‚bər·nər]
(engineering)
Liquid-fuel burner device using a mixture of air and vaporized or atomized oil for combustion.

oil burner

oil burner
In a furnace or boiler, a burner in which fuel oil is vaporized or atomized and then mixed with air and ignited; the resulting flame is directed upon the surface to be heated.
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On the bright side, our client opted for a #4 oil burner to be installed on his new boiler.
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