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Gurney \"Tremont\"

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Daniel_3
Daniel_3 Member Posts: 543
That was my thought in terms of the sqft. It'll look nice when stripped and bronzed.

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  • Daniel_3
    Daniel_3 Member Posts: 543
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    Looking for the EDR

    A 9 section 40 high. I also have a 6 section 18 high. After chipping away about 4 coats of paint the name finally shined through. I'm pretty sure it says "Tremont" after Tremont street in Boston. It's not in the catalog in the library. They are hot water rads but I'm going to treat em like royalty and tap an air vent in there for what it was supposed to be made for . . . steam =)
  • Steamhead (in transit)
    Steamhead (in transit) Member Posts: 6,688
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    They're column rads

    which were fairly standardized. Any Column chart should do, such as the American Peerless or USR Triton, assuming the section spacing is 2-1/2 inches. The 40-inch height likely has the same EDR as the 38-inchers in the charts (40 square feet)- bet yours has slightly taller legs. The 18-incher is 13.5 square feet if it's a 3-column like the tall one.

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  • Daniel_3
    Daniel_3 Member Posts: 543
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    To add: This was by far the heaviest radiator I have ever carried around. This makes the slender tubes feel like lifting a bundle of wood. . .
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