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Dewey Shepard Boilers

DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,526
are in the <a href="http://www.heatinghelp.com/library.cfm#Beacon%20Boiler%20Reference%20Book%20-%20Boilers%20prior%20to%201959"target="_blank">Library</a> Look in the early years of the Beacon Boiler Reference book.

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  • Henry Nichols
    Henry Nichols Member Posts: 14
    411 on Dewey Shepard Boilers

    Does the name Dewey Shepard mean anything to anyone? I have an old church with these monsters, they have been converted from coal to oil to gas.

    I cannot read the rate plate and I am trying to find anything that I can to estimate the input output range on these boilers.

    They are vertical cylinders with the burner at the bottom, much like a triad or a bock.

    Any help would be appreciated

  • Dave-St Louis
    Dave-St Louis Member Posts: 22
    Dewey Shepard Boilers

    Bryan Boilers bought Dewey Shepard several years ago, and if you can't find the ratings in the Library, Bryan in Peru, Indiana could probably be of help. Their phone no. is: 765-473-6651.

    St. Louis Dave
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