Boiler feed pump (Stokers Manual 1912)



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Description Boiler feedwater pump

Steam-powered reciprocating boiler feedwater pump.

Scans from 'Stokers' Manual 1912', the Royal Navy's standard training handbook, "for engine-room ratings not entitled to the steam manuals and seamen under training in mechanical and stokehold work".

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Date 1912 or earlier
Source (January 1901, October 1907, this edition April 1912). Stokers' Manual 1912. Admiralty, via HMSO, via Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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