Hot well

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(Condensing Engines) a receptacle for the hot water drawn from the condenser by the air pump. This water is returned to the boiler, being drawn from the hot well by the feed pump.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This hot steam flow does not react well with the concrete in the hot well. In fact, it causes significant degradation to the concrete.
Apparently, another unnamed employee at Hot Wells Shooting Range was cleaning a gun when it unexpectedly went off, ( KHOU reported .
We recently introduced our slim line waterless hot wells that fit a narrow footprint.
Geochemical analysis of samples taken from shallow, hot wells results indicates a potential reservoir temperature of 311*F to 320*F.
* Nigel Huw Edwards, 30, of Hot Wells, Llangeinor, Bridgend, was found guilty of one count of driving without a correct licence, one count of driving without insurance and one count of failure to stop when being directed to do so by a policeman.
In the days of the Roman Empire, battleweary legionnaires used to soothe their aching limbs in hot wells that eventually became known as spas.
The features of the deeded portions of the ranches include numerous hot springs, hot wells and the well-known "Diana's Punch Bowl" (or Devil's Punch Bowl), a currently active hot spring.
Oil storage, hot wells, a water treatment and softening plant, electro-mechanical services and ancillary equipment have all been supplied, installed, commissioned and guaranteed.
Like Mineral Wells, west of Fort Worth, and Hot Wells, southeast of San Antonio, (2) the town catered to tourists who came for the healing waters.
Yarrow Brae, Classic Cat and Hot Wells head the Grade 2 Ohio Derby at Thistledown and Parade Ground makes his turf debut in the Grade 3 Lexington Stakes at Belmont tomorrow.