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fur·nace

(fŭr'năs),
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing.

fur·nace

(fŭr'năs)
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing dental materials.

furnace,

n an apparatus in which to generate heat.
furnace, inlay,
n a furnace used for eliminating the wax from an inlay mold and establishing the proper condition and temperature of the investment to receive the molten casting gold.
furnace, porcelain,
n a furnace used for fusing, firing, or fusion.
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These measures resulted in entirely heating the introduced fresh air and the swimming pool water without using the existing electric heaters.
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Better electric heaters generally feature a tip-over safety switch, which automatically shuts the heater off if knocked over.
Reset the thermostat, in electric heaters, by pressing the reset button on the control unit and setting the correct temperature, using a screwdriver to do so.
In most cases, you tan roughly size the electric heater (in watts, that is, a measure of heat output) according to the size of the room.
An electric heater placed near the bed caught bed covers and a blanket on fire, and the flames spread to the rest of the room.
Per electric heater, costs run about 25 to 75 cents per hour of use.
This exclusive sale, which is available online to consumers nationwide, offers significant savings and free shipping on propane heaters along with most every infrared heater, electric heater, portable heater, and garage heater in stock.
West Yorkshire Fire Service said the 85-year-old man was rescued from an address in the Kirkstall area of Leeds after a fire broke out which is thought to have been caused by an electric heater left too close to a settee.
West Yorkshire Fire Service said the 85-year-old was rescued from an address in the Kirkstall area of Leeds after a fire broke out which is thought to have been caused by an electric heater left too close to a settee.
During the night I sometimes leave the electric heater on.