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where can I get cast iron hot water radiators

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D107
D107 Member Posts: 1,852
they make to size

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  • Charlie_18
    Charlie_18 Member Posts: 1
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    cast iron hot water radiators

    Does anyone know where I can purchase cast iron hot water radiators? Have a house that 4 of them froze and split. They are all 20" +/- high, 5 1/4" deep and are 36" - 31 1/2" - 27" and 22 1/2" long. They have 1/2" tappings. Thanks for any help.
  • You may find some,

    at a local demolition contractors, some of those guys keep them to re-sell when they tear-down buildings.
  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
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    Burnham,

    Still makes cast iron radiators in many forms and sizes.

    Your local distributor can get what you need. Chris
  • bob young
    bob young Member Posts: 2,177
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    GOVERNALE. REASONABLE & GOOD.
  • JackR
    JackR Member Posts: 125
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    Looks like a Match

    to the Burnham slenderized radiators, they make a 4 tube 19" high and a 4 or 6 tube 25" high in various section lengths, I just installed a few last week. Readily available from Burnham , I had mine in a week.
  • bill nye_3
    bill nye_3 Member Posts: 307
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    CI Rad

    Charlie , what part of the country are you in? I have several radiators. I am in CT.
  • Chris S
    Chris S Member Posts: 177
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    radiators

    I sold a bunch of yhem to stanthejunkman.com
    Kingston NY area he has a barn full

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  • D107
    D107 Member Posts: 1,852
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    if they're used, have them pressure-tested before you buy

    That's usually recommended on the Wall; I don't recall the required level of pressure test but you don't want to have to find out after install that they're leaking. Some companies certify they've been tested.

    Good luck,

    David
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