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The National Radiator Company

Steamhead
Steamhead Member Posts: 16,723
National merged with US Radiator in the late 1950s to become National-US. This was bought by Crane, then sold to Slant/Fin in the 1960s.

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  • J. Skradski
    J. Skradski Member Posts: 1
    The National Radiator Company - still around?

    I have an old water boiler and am in need of a working pressure gauge. The National Radiator Company (cannot locate) is the manufacture out of Jamestown, PA. Boiler#6-22 is the only type # close to a model # I can find. It is 127,500 BTU and is from the '50's I'm guessing. Web search didn't bring anything up - help!
  • John Shea
    John Shea Member Posts: 247
    not sure if they're still around...

    but any low pressure gauge rated for steam should suffice. Ashcroft makes one with a 0-5psi range that I like.
  • A.J.
    A.J. Member Posts: 257
    National Radiator

    went out of bussiness years ago way before my time. They were located in Johnstown Pa.and a couple other locations that I can not think of at the moment.They made a great cast iron rad. that we still see on our jobs.
    Just take our gage to any heating wholesaler and they should be able to fix you up.

    Kupetz's Plb & Htg
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