Boiler

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Boiler in United Kingdom

A boiler is a device used to heat water or other fluids until it boils or before boiling point. The heated or vaporized fluid is then used for various process applications, such as central heating, power generation, cooking, and sanitation.

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The source of the heat for boiler can be from coal, oil, wood, rejected heat or natural gas.

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