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If ice contacts boiling oil it will cause a boilover and a fire hazard.
Furthermore, putting water on oil fires will cause a fire boilover and aggravates the situation.
A boilover could happen at any time.
If the ore was poured too rapidly into the nitric acid vats a condition known as a "boilover" results.
The boiler then tosses a small amount of kerosene on the flames and the increase in flames causes a boilover.
Attempts to extinguish oil fires with water result in a boilover: an extremely hazardous condition whereby the flaming oil is violently expelled from the container.
A boilover type of fire refers to an extremely hazardous situation where an attempt is made to extinguish semi-enclosed oil or petrochemical fueled fire with water.
There were few other highlights in King's career, although the following week he booted three goals in a promising effort in the boilover victory against Fremantle.
In the second round Arthurs caused a major boilover by defeating the 11th-seeded Spaniard Tommy Robredo in straight sets.
Sandy Bay were to crack in monumental circumstances as Hobart raced away to win the 1973 premiership by 20-points in the greatest boilover in Tasmanian football history.
Picton were on track for a consecutive undefeated season and Clayton Cup in 1967 until defeated by John Cole's Mittagong team in a massive Grand Final boilover.
Despite this, the fourth placed Magpies shook the competition to its foundations with a boilover victory against the top of the table Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium in the Qualifying Final.
However, the Strikers then lost in a Grand Final once again, going down 1-4 in a boilover result to Redlands City Devils, who had finished the season in fourth position on the QSL ladder.
Further, attempts to extinguish an oil fire with water cause an extremely dangerous condition, a boilover, as it causes the water to flash into steam due to the high heat of the oil, in turn sending the burning oil in all directions and thus aggravating the fire.