What a boiler
The boiler is a tray in which water is heated. Boilers are usually installed on a stand, but there are also types that occupy a horizontal position. The water in the tray can be heated in many ways. Typically, gas or electricity is used for this purpose. All types of boilers must be equipped with a safety valve that serves as a safety fuse. If overpressure is possible, the boiler may burst and cause considerable damage. In addition, modern boilers are equipped with a special sensor that instantly turns off water heating if necessary and reduces the risk to a minimum.