Fire box

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the chamber of a furnace, steam boiler, etc., for the fire.

See also: Fire

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Hazard: The internal fire box baffle can degrade, overheat and pose a fire hazard.
Invitation to tender : New construction of a fire brigade training center consisting of logistics buildings, fire house and fire box.
As you can see in the diagram above, heat from the fire box is directed beneath the oven, up the opposite side, across the cook top, and finally out the chimney.
Lakeshore Drive, black fire box stolen, resident thinks he knows who the thief is.
However, the engine's fire box, bearing the title board the 'Cheltenham Flyer', is very significant in railway history, not to be confused with the 'Cheltenham Spa Express'.
That includes making sure wood is properly dried, not turning down the damper, not stuffing too much wood in the fire box, and not burning garbage, she said.
When thinking of the most popular construction method in ceramics (the potter's wheel) we selected several artists who use the wheel to make work that is functional in its nature but perhaps not in practice (such as ware that is placed in the fire box and submerged in coals): Dale Huffman, Annett Floren, Jose Antonio Sarmiento, Takeshi Yasuda, and Dick Lehman.
If that building burns down today, the fire box will not alert the fire brigade.
A sweat lodge faces a healing circle area with its traditional fire box.
ON Tuesday, November 16, The Hazel O'Connor Collective will launch 'Re-Joyce' a song that is a sure fire box ticker in every way.
The 24-inch-long sculpture, made using part of the fire box of the steam engine, will be sold as part of an attempt by the National Railway Museum (NRM) to raise funds for the Flying Scotsman's restoration.
This step was taken because our auxiliary-power-unit (APU) fire box was damaged by rubber and shrapnel, and we would not have power or hydraulic pressure once we shut down the engines.