[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] * Delivers water at 9 gallons per minute at temperatures between 60[degrees]F and 190[degrees]F (16[degrees]C and 88[degrees]C) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] * Automatic safety controls protect against flame failure, low water and scalding hot water.
What does FF stand for?
FF stands for Flame Failure
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We have 62 other meanings of FF in our Acronym Attic
- First Fit (IEEE)
- First Flight (tail symbol for the 1st Fighter Wing at Langley AFB, VA)
- First Flowering
- First Friday
- Fit Factor
- Fitness Friend
- Fixed Filter (RSVP)
- Fixed Focus (optics, cameras)
- Fixed Frequency
- Flagrant Foul (basketball)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It comes with variable control for both burner and light as well as tilt and flame failure safety devices.
In other parts of the country, explosions have happened where gas-powered ovens not fitted with a flame failure cut-off device have been used.
There are flame failure and tilt switches for added safety.
An automatic dial-out feature calls owners or management personnel in case of emergencies such as low-water cutoff, flame failure, high pressure, boiler safety problems, smoke, etc.
A phone call to the computer also provides Adbar Realty with a report over the preceding 24-hour period on inside, outside and domestic hot water temperatures; unauthorized system overrides; and system malfunctions, such as flame failure, excessively high stack temperature, and excessive water consumption.
In case of burner flame failure, inadequate domestic hot water or other problems, the computer phones Kay Management during business hours.
Management personnel can also phone the computers at any time to check on apartment or hot water temperatures and find out about heating and hot water plant problems, such as flame failures, excessive stack temperatures, inadequate steam pressure, mixing valve malfunctions, water leaks, etc.