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National Convectors

I bought an old farm house and has hot water convectors on the walls. These are marked National Art Convector, National Radiator Co.  I know very little about them, they have "fins" that would remind me of a baseboard but a large metal cabinet. Can anyone tell me what the age of these is and any other info about them.  I am thinking about going  to old cast iron radiators in the house but would like to know more about these convectors.  I have included a few pictures that may help.
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  • billtwocasebilltwocase Posts: 2,081Member ✭✭✭
    those

    are 50's-early 60's. Although cast iron is the best, JMHO, these were damn close. 
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  • Pughie1Pughie1 Posts: 116Member
    "Every Darn Radiator"

    There's a book Dan's got out - EDR - Every Darn Radiator. The're in there. How old is the house?

                                                     John Pughe
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  • icesailoricesailor Posts: 7,265Member ✭✭✭✭
    Recessed Convectors:

    The one on the right is a recessed convector.

    They work fine.
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