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Looking For Cast Iron Radiators

Hi all.

We are replacing several old cast iron radiators in a farm house. The farmer is a real old timer, and does not want anything too new or different (i.e. baseboard or thermostats).

Does anyone know where I can get new or refurbished Cast Iron Radiators?

The only ones that I have seen are the Slenderized and Classic Radiators made by Burnham. The Slenderized are too different and the Classic ones are too ornate and fancy.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks.

Comments

  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 15,434
    Retired and loving it.
  • Bill NTSG
    Bill NTSG Member Posts: 321
    What Part of...

    ...town are you from? Maybe I could help.
  • Waylon Lowery
    Waylon Lowery Member Posts: 57
    Reno, Nevada

  • jim lockard
    jim lockard Member Posts: 1,059
    used rads

    Got a basement full of them in Winchester Va Wayne,not much help am I. best Wishes
  • Bill NTSG
    Bill NTSG Member Posts: 321
    Sorry, UPS...

    would kill you from South Eastern Connecticut. I have approx. 30 of 'em.
  • Jim_22
    Jim_22 Member Posts: 53
    Old rads.

    I get them from the local scrap yards. You can usually find quite a selection in the "pile" I eyeball 'em good, air test them and water flush the keepers. My yard sells them to me for whatever they are currently getting for scrap cast (which isn't much), and will buy back the losers. I have found some real beauties this way!

    Happy hunting,

    Jim
  • Joh n Brickey
    Joh n Brickey Member Posts: 43


    Someone on e-bay had some for sale. I don't know the number but they were in the Bus. and Industrial part
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928


    Check scorched air heating firms and demolition companies. They are very often free for the hauling.
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