gas furnace

IPA: gˈæsfˈɝnʌs

noun

  • a furnace that burns gas

Examples of "gas-furnace" in Sentences

  • I had constructed a small gas-furnace, now much employed by chemists, containing a platinum tube, which could be heated to vivid redness.
  • If your furnace has seen better days, see our free buyer's guide to furnaces, lively gas-furnace forum, and brand repair history for gas furnaces.
  • If your furnace has seen better days, see our free buyer's guide to furnaces, lively gas-furnace forum,   and brand repair history for gas furnaces. —
  • A ladleful of lead and tin, melted in a small gas-furnace, will, in a few minutes, give you a pattern which you can bend and adjust to any required shape.
  • Awkward patterns commence with us with plaster, wax, sheets of wet blotting paper pasted together on a shape or wood; but they almost invariably make their appearance in the foundry after being converted into soft metal by the aid of a gas-furnace.

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