In a moment I perceived that the steam-boiler, from which the tavern was warmed, had exploded.
steam-boiler to generate steam for pasteurising, scalding, etc.
In a steam-boiler the burning fuel is enclosed either by fire-brick or a "water-jacket," forming part of the boiler.
This is probably the earliest record of a steam-boiler explosion.
Fig. 108 represents such a steam-boiler in section, as it is usually exhibited in working drawings.
His tongue, which had laid in a stock of nervous fluid for roaring like a steam-boiler a little opened, was palsied.
The largest shipments will be from the Gilman Mines for domestic and steam-boiler purposes.
That part of the surface of a steam-boiler that receives heat on one side and has water on the other.
In an adjoining room there was a steam-boiler—part of the heating apparatus of the house.
What the open door of the ash pit is to the furnace of a steam-boiler the open street door is to the house on fire.