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What does "WCI" mean on a Radiator Water Valve Designation?

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I believe it says, 1 inch, and the designation "WCI" has me puzzled. Is it "Water Control Inlet" ? Or something else ?

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  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 17,012
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    WOG is Water, Oil, Gas at the pressure indicated (300 PSI). WCI might be the manufacturer, but I don't know who that would be.
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  • reggi
    reggi Member Posts: 522
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    Steamhead said:
    WOG is Water, Oil, Gas at the pressure indicated (300 PSI). WCI might be the manufacturer, but I don't know who that would be.
    Bet that's a "G" and that would probably be Western Gauge and Instruments not of recent vintage.. perhaps 
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