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Is this an antique?

Dale_3
Dale_3 Member Posts: 57
Removed from an older building today. Offshoot company appears to be in business. Does anyone still work with these valves?

Comments

  • JUGHNE
    JUGHNE Member Posts: 8,685
    Pneumatic throttling/modulating gate valve??
  • mikeg2015
    mikeg2015 Member Posts: 1,183
    Probably a pneumatic steam control valve. Fisher/Emerson makes a lot of these now. Can’t remember who owned them.
  • Intplm.
    Intplm. Member Posts: 1,331
    That looks like a very old spence regulator valve. Or another companies equivalent.
    Possibly a regulator or a pilot. Or a pilot regulator combination.
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  • SeanBeans
    SeanBeans Member Posts: 483
    They have direct replacements at Johnstone
    HVACNUT
  • Dale_3
    Dale_3 Member Posts: 57
    It's a Boylston steam regulator. Just curious if anyone still has one working or an idea on age.
    Intplm.
  • retiredguy
    retiredguy Member Posts: 465
    edited October 2019
    That was part of a common boiler water level device on high pressure steam boilers back in the 1960's and1970's and we had a few still left when I retired in 2007. When they worked they were "bullit proof" as we used to say and when they had trouble they were a pain in the butt
    Intplm.