once-through boiler

once-through boiler

[′wəns ¦thrü ‚bȯil·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A boiler in which water flows, without recirculation, sequentially through the economizer, furnace wall, and evaporating and superheating tubes.
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The license allows the Taganrog Boiler-Making Works to design and manufacture once-through boilers with evaporative system that provides start-ups and operation of the equipment to the "moving" parameters that allow a significant increase in efficiency of the power unit.