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Pressure Atomizing Oil Burner Equipment and Systems – Other Components and Parts

In the embryonic and early development years of automatic, oil heating systems in Canada, high temperature fire brick were the building blocks of the “fire box” [combustion chamber]. The firebox, holding a 2.600 degree F. flame in check, was a critical component, determining both system safety and performance. It would be skilfully crafted on-the-job, according to the size of the fire chamber, the combustion rate and the unique flame configuration of the oil burner, hard fire brick, A P Green, Circa 1938.

Accession # HHCC.2006.119

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