Definition of Gas fixture
1. Noun. A device to convey illuminating gas from the pipe to the gas burner.
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Literary usage of Gas fixture
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. I.C.S. Reference Library: A Series of Textbooks Prepared for the Students of by International Correspondence Schools (1909)
"A fixture that is made for gaslight only is called a gas fixture, or a straight-gas fixture, which means that there is no electric lamp or wiring in ..."
2. Proceedings of the American Gas Institute by American Gas Institute (1917)
"SPECIFICATION FOR gas fixture COCKS. It is not intended that this specification shall in any way govern the design of fixture cocks, except in so far as the ..."
3. The American Practice of Gas Piping and Gas Lighting in Buildings by William Paul Gerhard (1908)
"The universal custom, however, is to leave this work to the gas-fixture dealer or manufacturer, and it is a common experience that after fixtures are hung ..."
4. Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor (1902)
"gas fixture and Brass Company, Consumers' Fixture Company (in this trade Cleveland is on the 9-hour basis); Philadelphia, Pa., chandeliers, ..."
5. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building, Biographical, Historical, and by Russell Sturgis (1901)
"gas fixture An appliance for the burning of illuminating gas in such a way as to give out light ... (See Gas Fitting ; gas fixture.) — WPG GAS PIPING. ..."
6. Practical Hot Water Heating, Steam and Gas Fitting, Acetylene Gas, how by James Joseph Lawler, George Tilden Hanchett (1900)
"gas fixture longer than forty-eight hours, there will be spots left that cannot be cleaned by the housekeeper. USE A DAMP, SOFT CLOTH. ..."
7. Machinery's Encyclopedia: A Work of Reference Covering Practical Mathematics by Erik Oberg, Franklin Day Jones (1917)
"... 307-7 specific gravity, V, 398-4 specific gravity, table, V, 399-2 specific heat, V, 401-2 gas fixture taps and dies, Ш, 307-2 gas fixture thread, VI, ..."