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Push nipples

Dave_4
Dave_4 Member Posts: 1,405
Company I Work for:
Hulbert Brothers, Inc.
Plattsburgh,ny 518-561-5400 ext30
fax 518-563-0789

I am looking to purchased 200 push nipples for a customer, Where can I go to buy them?
any help? est: size 1-3/4" for Weil Mclain
free standing CI Raditaors.
Sincerely, Bryan

Comments

  • bob young
    bob young Member Posts: 2,177


    how about ---weil-mclain possible special order
  • Ken_40
    Ken_40 Member Posts: 1,320
    Do not

    hold your breath!

    The cost of the push-nipps and labor to R&R will likely exceed the cost of new asian made equals.

    The potential for leaks is also a formidable consideration IMO
  • Dirty Hands Dale
    Dirty Hands Dale Member Posts: 15
    push nipples

    A-1 antique radiators? They are in Somerville MA.

    I do mostly radiant heat but I have read about this company before here. It is at www.heatinghelp.com/newsletter.cfm?ld=20
    or just look them up they were on This Old House, and Boston Globe Magazine.

    If you contact them maybe you can get some from them.
  • EBEBRATT-Ed
    EBEBRATT-Ed Member Posts: 12,121


    Look for STEAMHEAD on this site. I think he knows where to get them made.


    ED
  • Kevin O. Pulver
    Kevin O. Pulver Member Posts: 380
    USE BLACK RTV SILICONE

    when you put them together. They WON'T LEAK!
    Take a sample to a small job-shop machine shop if you can't find any pre-made. They can build them, but for how much? A CNC lathe should make short work of it.
    Kevin
  • Jamie Hall
    Jamie Hall Member Posts: 19,106
    to clarify

    use black (or red -- I use red) between the sections -- not on the nipples! It really does work.
    Br. Jamie, osb
    Building superintendent/caretaker, 7200 sq. ft. historic house museum with dependencies in New England
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