oil burner

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oil burner

A device that burns oil and gives off heat, such as a furnace or boiler. Turn on the oil burner, will you? It's freezing in here!
See also: burner, oil
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The square-shaped pieces of wax are placed on top of an oil burner with a tea light underneath.
SmartHeat can effectively cover normal family~s daily needs for radiators, floor heating or hot water, with a heat release capacity above any other heating unit available, due to its intelligent and huge storage capacity - equivalent to an oil burner in a utility room and delivery of twice the amount of hot water than a conventional hot water tank.
Engineers have converted the loco to coal firing after having originally been constructed as an oil burner.
Butch was an oil burner technician for several area heating and oil delivery companies for many years.
However, an officer who returned to the premises four days later made a test purchase of an oil burner, which failed to comply with regulations for a number of reasons and was actually unsafe, said Miss Lineker.
There is also cranberry flavoured home fragrance oil to burn in an oil burner - in a festive hue of rich gold.
A FAMILY had a miracle escape yesterday after an oil burner seeped killer fumes into their home as they slept.
A scented candle in an oil burner left on the TV set when the family went to bed is being blamed for the blaze
My dad was an oil burner repairman who died my senior year in high school," Joel says.
He worked as an oil burner technician for National Coal & Oil and Sweatland Pierce of Pittsfield, MA for over 20 years.
4 seconds), economical (40mpg) and quiet for an oil burner.
Alternatively, buy yourself an oil burner or scented candles.
Firefighters found that an oil burner had malfunctioned.
Half an hour before you go to bed, fill an oil burner with water, then add three drops of lavender oil and allow the fragrance to fill your bedroom.
LaHair) Patricks and had been an oil burner technician for National Coal & Oil and Sprague Oil, before retiring in 1996.