Scotch boiler | Article about scotch boiler by The Free Dictionary
scotch boiler[′skäch ′bȯil·ər]
A fire-tube boiler with one or more cylindrical internal furnaces enveloped by a boiler shell equipped with five tubes in its upper part; heat is transferred to water partly in the furnace area and partly in passage of hot gases through the tubes. Also known as dry-back boiler; scotch marine boiler (marine usage).
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