Definition of Hot-water heater
1. Noun. A heater and storage tank to supply heated water.
Generic synonyms: Heater, Warmer, Storage Tank, Tank
Specialized synonyms: Water Back
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Literary usage of Hot-water heater
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1. The Science of Everyday Life: Projects for Junior High Schools by Edgar Flandreau Van Buskirk, Edith Lillian Smith (1919)
"Three of the commonest types are the screw, the compression, and the spring. (See problem 6 on page 73.) A hot-water heater. The hot-water supply is usually ..."
2. American Steam and Hot-water Heating Practice (1895)
"CLEANING OUT A hot-water heater. EPW, Xenia, O., writes: " I have a hot-water heating boiler in my residence. It has not been cleaned out this winter ..."
3. Housewifery: A Manual and Text Book of Practical Housekeeping by Lydia Ray Balderston (1921)
"Instantaneous gas hot-water heater for bathroom. burner on full, ... A kerosene hot-water heater, while not an instantaneous heater like the gas heater, ..."
4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"It was then suggested, and in some cases, they tried to alternate the hot water heater with a part of the range, and the question then rose as to what part ..."
5. Hot-water Heating and Fitting: Or, Warming Buildings by Hot-water by William James Baldwin (1889)
"The next boiler of this class to appear was the " Spence," a Canadian boiler, shown in Figures 84 and 84', and made by the National Hot-Water Heater Company ..."
6. Practical Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilation: A Modern Practical by Alfred Grant King (1908)
"Early type of Gurney hot- water heater. FIG. 20.—The Spence hot-water heater. ... 20, we have another early design of a hot-water heater. ..."