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Can anyone ID this radiator

cross_skier
cross_skier Member Posts: 147
Measuring almost 4 feet wide, less than 4" thick.  I wonder how it would do on a single pipe system.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/115096573913

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  • mattmia2
    mattmia2 Member Posts: 4,321
    It is a little more ornate than most but it is a pretty standard wall hung utility radiator.
  • cross_skier
    cross_skier Member Posts: 147
    Thanks.  Do you know if they are as quiet as a normal steam radiator
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 15,028
    Yes, they are.
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  • cross_skier
    cross_skier Member Posts: 147
    Thanks @Steamhead, I brought it.  I mounting it on a very solid interior brick wall in the front hall.  Any idea what the brackets looked like?

    We are going to do it in gold.  Probably reduces the EDR a bit but it looks like it has enough EDR

  • delcrossv
    delcrossv Member Posts: 326
    Trying to squeeze the best out of a Weil-McLain JB-5 running a 1912 1 pipe system.
  • cross_skier
    cross_skier Member Posts: 147
    Thanks @delcrossv, that does help
    delcrossv
  • DougP
    DougP Member Posts: 7
    thanks delcrossv for the link, would like to overhaul this setup post heating season, and looking for additional support hardware as the current setup has the weight of the radiator point loaded on a single support and without enough pitch. Check out the custom piping, don't usually see the spud nut attached outside the radiator. Currently functional and I dont dare mess with it as it is closest to the thermostat and its supposed to get cold this weekend, the BWH1 may be just the thing I need



    delcrossv
  • mattmia2
    mattmia2 Member Posts: 4,321
    That's uh...creative...
  • Hap_Hazzard
    Hap_Hazzard Member Posts: 2,618
    My wall mounted raditor uses these stays: https://www.castrads.com/us/product-category/stays-fixings/wall-stays/whitworth/
    I don't know why they call them Whitworth. The threads are metric.
    Just another DIYer | King of Prussia, PA
    1983(?) Peerless G-561-W-S | 3" drop header, CG400-1090, VXT-24
  • cross_skier
    cross_skier Member Posts: 147
    Thanks @Hap_Hazzard
  • delcrossv
    delcrossv Member Posts: 326
    edited January 18
    Glad it's working for you, but I'm a little creeped by a single sling. I'd add another. If it's not deflecting anything, it'll keep until spring.

    Well done. 👍
    Trying to squeeze the best out of a Weil-McLain JB-5 running a 1912 1 pipe system.
  • Erin Holohan Haskell
    Erin Holohan Haskell Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 1,749
    @cross_skier, that's the American Radiator Company's Colonial Wall Radiator. Here's the source from The Ideal Fitter, 1904.







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    mattmia2Hap_Hazzardcross_skier
  • cross_skier
    cross_skier Member Posts: 147
    @Erin Holohan Haskell
    Thank you!