The difference of pressure between the outside air and the smoke-box gases may be measured by the difference of the water levels in the limbs of a U tube, one limb being in communication with the smokebox, the other with the atmosphere.
dished smokebox door, a rolled steel stovepipe and encased Ramsbottom safety valves.
drumhead smokebox onto the original barrel working at 180 lbs.
Each ejector is fitted with a non-return valve to prevent smokebox gases being drawn back through the ejector exhaust.
No one else had rectangular headboards carried across the center of the smokebox door.
displacement lubricator A device often seen secured to the side of a steam-locomotive smokebox.
brass nameplates were affixed to the sides of an almost flat-top saddle tank which did not extend over either smokebox or firebox.
Smaller, standard boilers were fitted, which resulted in the fitting of a distance piece on top of the smokebox saddle.
Back pressure and smokebox vacuum could be altered by raising and lower the brass choke positioned between the nozzles.
washout plugs will be around the firebox, with just a few near the smokebox end of the boiler barrel.
Most washout plugs will be around the firebox, with just a few near the smokebox end of the boiler barrel.
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