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combi

(ˈkɒmbɪ)
adj
denoting a machine that has two or more uses or functions: a combi boiler.
n
a vehicle or aircraft that has two or more possible uses, for example to carry passengers or to transport goods
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Combis can struggle with more than one outlet being used at the same time, so if you're having a shower and someone turns on a tap, water may be diverted away from the shower, although some combis are better able to cope with this - a good heating engineer will be able to advise you.
Regular boilers require more space than combi or system boilers, as they often need an expansion tank in the loft, and are suitable for homes with more than two bathrooms and where hot-water usage is high but water pressure is low," says Martyn Bridges of boiler manufacturer Worcester.
uk) said: "Regular boilers require more space than combi or system boilers, as they often need an expansion tank in the loft, and are suitable for homes with more than two bathrooms and where hot-water usage is high but water pressure is low.
German heating systems manufacturer, the Viessmann Group, is nearing completion of its gas condensing combi factory in Turkey s Manisa province in the Aegean region.
FIAT Professional has just launched a new three-year unlimited mileage warranty offer across its awardwinning Doblo Cargo and Combi range.
Both standard on-demand and combi boilers are highly popular in Europe, where in some countries the market share is 70%.
The Movano Combi provides more luggage space and is available in two variants - L1H1 six-seater and L2H2 nine-seater, the target market being customers like hotels, taxi companies and firms looking to move their workforces around.
According to preliminary unaudited results, Combis generated a consolidated revenue of HRK330m (USD60.
Combis hired Crawford to manage his Record Boats business.
The airline will add two more 737-400 combis to its fleet by the end of 2007.
Thus, the store that doesn't actually cook any product on site, but simply thaws and/or reheats product from a foodservice manufacturer or a central commissary, would also need cooking equipment, whether it be a conventional oven, convection oven, combi oven or a microwave oven.