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CI Radiators, air furnaces and more in Dayton/Cincinnati Ohio,

Hey all, I have excess inventory of items removed from various remodeling projects and I need to sell to make room.  There are more items than just this list, valves/ vents etc. etc.



Some of the radiators have been split into 2 or 3 pieces to be more manageable.



For cast iron radiators I have:

 -Standard Princess style, circa 1904-

18" H x 43 Section - 3 column, 16447 Btu/H @170° -asking-$550 (split in 3)

22" H x 28 Section - 3 column, 14280 Btu/H @170° -asking-$500 (split in 2)

44" H x 16 Section - 3 column, 16320 Btu/H @ 170 -asking-$350 (split in 4)

44" H x 11 Section - 3 column, 11220 Btu/H @170  -asking-$300 (split in 3)(supply/return same side)

44" H x 6 Section - 3 column, 6120 Btu/H @170    -asking-$200 (supply/return same side)

44" H x 6 Section - 3 column, 6120 Btu/H @170    -asking-$200 (supply/return same side)



-Fluer style- circa 1929

44" H x 5 Section - 2 column, 4250 Btu/H @170    -asking-$200 (supply/return same side)



-Rococo style, circa 1890's-

38" H x 3 Section - 3 column, 2550 Btu/H @170    -asking-$250 (supply/return bottom)

32" H x 7 section - 4 column, 7735 Btu/H @170    -asking-$200

22" H x 8 Section - 3column, 5440 Btu/H @ 170    -asking-$200





Then I have 2 90+ efficiency Armstrong ULTRA90 SX forced air updraft furnaces.

Natural Gas

75,000 Btu/H input

67,000 Btu/H output

Have 3 ton A/C coil box and 3 ton outdoor compressor and other parts, fuse/disconnect boxes, etc.



Been disconnected for about 4 years and kept in climate controlled storage, -asking-$600 per system.





<span style="font-size:16pt">I am open to all reasonable offers.</span>

I DO NOT SELL TO METAL SCRAPPERS, STOP ASKING...

I can deliver to most areas in the metro Dayton, Springfield, Cincinnati and Columbus Ohio region for just

the cost of gas, if there are greater distances I'm sure something could be worked out.

*More pictures available upon request*

*Please note I am cross-posting this ad across several forums and listing services.*

Comments

  • ScrewLoose1
    ScrewLoose1 Member Posts: 4
    I messed up

    Apparently I screwed up my registration info on this site, so if anyone has sent me any messages or emails, I have not received them.

    My emails to this forum webmaster have gone unanswered and the "forgotten password" system never sends me anything... que sera sera.



    On other updates.

     The

    44" H x 16 Section - 3 column, 16320 Btu/H @ 170 -asking-$350 (split in 4) is now SOLD, unless someone offers a better price for it before he comes and gets it on Friday the 29th.
  • vaporvac
    vaporvac Member Posts: 1,520
    edited August 2014
    wall-hung?

    Would you by any chance have a wall-hung unit. I need a smallish one (mainly two-column) for my kitchen @ 39 sq ft edr. At least that is what was the heating bench =style  was that I removed a few years ago. It actually doesn't HAVE to be wall-hung, just not very deep.
    Two-pipe Trane vaporvacuum system; 1466 edr
    Twinned, staged Slantfin TR50s piped into 4" header with Riello G400 burners; 240K lead, 200K lag Btus. Controlled by Taco Relay and Honeywell RTH6580WF
  • ScrewLoose1
    ScrewLoose1 Member Posts: 4
    No wall hung, but...

     I no longer have any CI wall hung rads, the few I did have were stolen by metal scrappers.



    What I do have is this super-skinny, 3 section, 3 column









    Sorry for the photo-quality, I took it in the cellar of the storage area where I keep rads that are small enough to pick up and carry down.
  • vaporvac
    vaporvac Member Posts: 1,520
    EDR?

    Thank you. Ill have to figure out the edr and dimensions to see if it would fit. It's pretty fancy looking compared to my others. Do you have any of the valves?
    Two-pipe Trane vaporvacuum system; 1466 edr
    Twinned, staged Slantfin TR50s piped into 4" header with Riello G400 burners; 240K lead, 200K lag Btus. Controlled by Taco Relay and Honeywell RTH6580WF
  • ScrewLoose1
    ScrewLoose1 Member Posts: 4
    valves Maybe...

    That rad is a bottom/bottom connection.

    On my old chart, the EDR for the rad is 5.00 , calculate up to get 2550 Btu/H total.

    Physical dimensions are 38" h x 10" d x 9" w (bushing to bushing, no valve) and weights about 80lbs. I'd guess.



    I did put on a new brass union connection for when I briefly installed it for a while.

    If you want it I could put a NEW valve on it.

    I do have some antique globe type wood knob valves laying about... but would have to check on what would fit.







    ""38" H x 3 Section - 3 column, 2550 Btu/H @170    -asking-$250 (supply/return bottom) ""



    email me at one of the addresses in the signature line and I'll give my cell number if you're interested.
  • ScrewLoose
    ScrewLoose Member Posts: 20
    Okay, after the site move I got my original user ID back. Weird.

    Anyway people I am a MOTIVATED SELLER. I want these rads GONE, no unreasonable offer will be refused.

    ALSO I would like to see about a Tee Extractor "Tee Puller", I only need one for about 1 week, anyone got a 1/2" tee puller they'd sell cheap or lone out for a week, maybe in exchange for a radiator?
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