Steam locomotive components - Wikipedia

Tank for water to be used by the boiler to produce steam.: 79: 37. Coal bunker Compartment for storage of fuel before being directed to the firebox. When the fuel is coal (and in the distant past, coke or wood), the fireman shovels it manually through the firebox door or, in larger locomotives, by operating a mechanical stoker.

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Water-tube boiler - Wikipedia

A high pressure watertube boiler (also spelled water-tube and water tube) is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes heated externally by the fire. Fuel is burned inside the furnace, creating hot gas which boils water in the steam-generating tubes.In smaller boilers, additional generating tubes are separate in the furnace, while larger utility boilers rely on the water-filled tubes

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Steam locomotive components - Wikipedia

Tank for water to be used by the boiler to produce steam.: 79: 37. Coal bunker Compartment for storage of fuel before being directed to the firebox. When the fuel is coal (and in the distant past, coke or wood), the fireman shovels it manually through the firebox door or, in larger locomotives, by operating a mechanical stoker.

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Wisconsin Workers Compensation Class Codes

3726 Boiler installation or repair–steam 3726 Boiler scaling 3726 Cleaning tanks or tank cars 3726 Tank cleaning–oil or gas storage– inside 3726 Tank erection or repair–metal–within buildings exclusively 3803 Airplane wheel mfg. 3803 Automobile wheel mfg.–metal–not cast …

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Steam locomotive components - Wikipedia

Tank for water to be used by the boiler to produce steam.: 79: 37. Coal bunker Compartment for storage of fuel before being directed to the firebox. When the fuel is coal (and in the distant past, coke or wood), the fireman shovels it manually through the firebox door or, in larger locomotives, by operating a mechanical stoker.

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Boilers

Traveling or Chain Grate Stokers Traveling or chain grate stokers feed coal out onto a rotating metal belt that supports the fire. Coal is fed from a hopper. Grate speed is automatically controlled to maintain desired steam pressure. Burning progresses as the belt moves from front to back of furnace.

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Boilers

Traveling or Chain Grate Stokers Traveling or chain grate stokers feed coal out onto a rotating metal belt that supports the fire. Coal is fed from a hopper. Grate speed is automatically controlled to maintain desired steam pressure. Burning progresses as the belt moves from front to back of furnace.

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Water-tube boiler - Wikipedia

A high pressure watertube boiler (also spelled water-tube and water tube) is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes heated externally by the fire. Fuel is burned inside the furnace, creating hot gas which boils water in the steam-generating tubes.In smaller boilers, additional generating tubes are separate in the furnace, while larger utility boilers rely on the water-filled tubes

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Boilers

Traveling or Chain Grate Stokers Traveling or chain grate stokers feed coal out onto a rotating metal belt that supports the fire. Coal is fed from a hopper. Grate speed is automatically controlled to maintain desired steam pressure. Burning progresses as the belt moves from front to back of furnace.

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Water-tube boiler - Wikipedia

A high pressure watertube boiler (also spelled water-tube and water tube) is a type of boiler in which water circulates in tubes heated externally by the fire. Fuel is burned inside the furnace, creating hot gas which boils water in the steam-generating tubes.In smaller boilers, additional generating tubes are separate in the furnace, while larger utility boilers rely on the water-filled tubes

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Sodium silicate | Na2SiO3 - PubChem

For microgram quantities in air, as from escaping steam of treated boiler water, a colorimetric method using an ammonium molybdate-sulfuric acid reagent has been described. APHA; Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 14th edition, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. pp. 484-92 (1975)

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