triglyceride esters of fatty acids, erroneously used as a synonym for grease. Advertisements
the collection of substances immersed in a liquid by taking advantage of variable specific gravities, or by the buoyance produced by the evolution of gas by chemicals or heat.
a vessel for holding liquid, usually water, for religious rites; not connected directly to a drainage system.
any of a variety of devices, usually tubular with holes, or openings, provided in the wall or end, used in water tanks to disperse incoming fluid in a desired pattern. Used in water heaters to prevent, or control, turbulence of inbound cold water in the heated water.
that which enables a fixture, appliance or equipment to be directly reached without requiring the removal or movement of any panel, door or similar obstruction and without the use of a portable ladder, step stool or similar device. Compare with accessible, which has come to mean having access thereto even though removal of an access […]
a specially designed fitting, either straight through, or with a 90° turn having a union connection. Used in connecting piping to a range boiler.
the giving off of moisture upon exposure to the atmosphere.