Antonyms for jacketed

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It is lagged and jacketed in an identical manner to the boiler.

If the cylinder is jacketed all the drain cocks for the jacket should also be opened.

It is simply a jacketed cylinder with a cover and an agitating gear.

On the rear truck is a 200-quart copper, double, or jacketed vat.

We continued to talk, and, on occasion, to be jacketed for punishment.

The large air head of the initial cylinder is jacketed, also adding to isothermal economy.

Jacketed cans of turpentine and varnish were hustled down the line to men drunk with riot; in a moment twenty cars were ablaze.

Squarely in the middle of the rough pine floor stands a jacketed stove.

A dry steam coil in an ordinary tank may be employed in place of a jacketed tank, which lessens the cost of installation.

To proceed, first place into a crutcher or jacketed kettle the oils and fat and heat to 140 degs.