

cylinder 
Cylinder Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In common use a cylinder is taken to mean a finite section of a right circular cylinder, i.e, the cylinder with the generating lines perpendicular to the bases, with its ends closed to form two circular surfaces, as in the figure right.

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Cylinders are manufactured in two distinct styles, either as an unvented cylinder that work off mains pressure water, or the vented cylinder, otherwise known as a gravity fed hot water system. At PlumbNation, we stock various types and sizes of hot water cylinders to suit the need of any installation.

Cylinder Wikipedia.
If the elements of the cylinder are perpendicular to the planes containing the bases, the cylinder is a right cylinder, otherwise it is called an oblique cylinder. If the bases are disks regions whose boundary is a circle the cylinder is called a circular cylinder.

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