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Curved Radiators

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where in Maine are they located?

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  • EJW_3
    EJW_3 Member Posts: 69
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    Curved Radiators

    I saw these while on vacation in Maine. Anyone ever seen these before? Pretty cool.

    EJW
  • jim_94
    jim_94 Member Posts: 37
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    not in person

    I'v seen some funky ones but not quite like that. I have a radiator sizer that has some 90 degree ones but I don't think it has curved ones like that. I'll have to check tomorrow.
  • Lyle C
    Lyle C Member Posts: 96
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    curved rad

    I've seen in Ashland Mass. hot water rads like this pulled together in a circle to wrap around a post. I'm told in Lowell Mass. there is a church with steam rads wrapped full circle around the columes holding up he roof.
  • bruce_21
    bruce_21 Member Posts: 241
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    The Metro-North train station at 125th St. in Harlem has some in the lobby.
  • Yep, seen a few

    very nice rads, crappy placement though.
    Don`t like to see valve handles missing(especially in a store), if a "toddler" ever fell on one,,,,,,,,,

    Dave
  • John_82
    John_82 Member Posts: 63
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    Saw some like that in a 1920's mansion in Gladstone NJ... they had them curving around a railing on the 2nd floor that was open to the foyer on the 1st floor. It was really something to see!!!
  • EJW_3
    EJW_3 Member Posts: 69
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    Curved

    They are at the Reny's department store in Bath, ME


    EJW
  • Bill W@Honeywell
    Bill W@Honeywell Member Posts: 164
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    Inside a wooden circular bench...

    in the Adirondack Scenic Railroad (Ex-New York Central) station in Saranac Lake, New York. Perforated brass plates on the botton, and a cast iron grille on the top helped convection, a nice comfy place to sit while you were waiting for a train on those bitter cold winter days in the 'Dacks. Stiil there, and operating as far as I know.
  • t.p.tunstall
    t.p.tunstall Member Posts: 18
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    curved rads

    Vulcan makes them( we did the summit building on the top of mount washington in 1978...convex and concave rads). runtal also makes them. tp
  • t.p.tunstall
    t.p.tunstall Member Posts: 18
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    curved rads

    the summit was finned tube rads and runtal is panel style. both hotwater jobs. tp
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