ASME SECTION VI 2013 Recommended Rules for the Care and by American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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Flame: a luminous body of burning gas or vapor. draft loss: the drop in the static pressure of a gas between two points in a system, both of which are below atmospheric pressure, and caused by resistances to flow. flame detector: a device that indicates if fuel, such as liquid, gaseous, or pulverized, is burning, or if ignition has been lost. The indication may be transmitted to a signal or to a control system. dual flow oil burner: a burner having an atomizer, usually mechanical, having two sets of tangential slots, one set being used for low capacities and the other set for high capacities.

Water gage: the gage glass and its fittings for attachment. waterleg: water‐cooled sides of a firebox type boiler; sometimes called mud leg because solids that accumulate have a tendency to settle there. atomizer: a device by means of which a liquid is reduced to a very fine spray. water level: the elevation of the surface of the water in a boiler. automatic lighter: a means for starting ignition of fuel without manual intervention; usually applied to liquid, gaseous, or pulverized fuel. water tube: a tube in a boiler having the water and steam on the inside and heat applied to the outside.

Fixed grate: a grate that does not have movement. flame: a luminous body of burning gas or vapor. draft loss: the drop in the static pressure of a gas between two points in a system, both of which are below atmospheric pressure, and caused by resistances to flow. flame detector: a device that indicates if fuel, such as liquid, gaseous, or pulverized, is burning, or if ignition has been lost. The indication may be transmitted to a signal or to a control system. dual flow oil burner: a burner having an atomizer, usually mechanical, having two sets of tangential slots, one set being used for low capacities and the other set for high capacities.

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