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LOGO/ name plates boiler or furnace

HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
Still need and will pay for name plates especially old ones.. need PENNCO . Replacxed many of these boilers and did not save the name plate logo. recently bought an Iron Fireman ash tray w/ the statue(3") on it. Cool huh? Somebody was weird like me and saved them.


  • gennadygennady Posts: 771Member
    Iron fireman. the worst burner i ever worked on.
    Gennady Tsakh

    Absolute Mechanical Co. Inc.
  • HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
    I agree. Sold and installed many of them in the 50s & 60s in the Altoona PA area. The made good coal stokers. My collection includes a memory with every brand. Not all good, That reminds me ,I need a logo for Hydra-Pulse, the worst gas boilers circa 1980s.
  • Jason_13Jason_13 Posts: 297Member
    I beg to differ. the iron fireman was not the worst, I think it was oil-o-matic.
  • HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
    Oil-o-matic, fond memories, first one I remember was in our house that dad installed in 1953. Started working on them and installing ones when I was 14. Do you have a name plate/logo/advertisement piece I could buy?
  • HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
    I still need a badge and will pay for the following: Hydro-pulse, Williams Oil a Matic, Brentwood
  • HVACNUTHVACNUT Posts: 2,737Member
    Where are you located. I've never seen those brands.
  • Wish I had a Hydro-Pulse.

    Often wrong, never in doubt.

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  • Steve MinnichSteve Minnich Posts: 2,491Member

    PHC News Columnist
    Minnich Hydronic Consulting & Design, LLC
  • retiredguyretiredguy Posts: 131Member
    Wow, I see that most of you guys sold and serviced residential stuff. Mine was mostly large school, hospital and process boilers firing any fuel What about S.T.Johnson, Mettler, Ace, Auburn, and don't forget coal; Detriot, Auburn, Wilbert stokers. I saw the very old and the new. Had a box of name plates that were stolen.
  • EBEBRATT-EdEBEBRATT-Ed Posts: 6,271Member
    ST Johnson (still in business) we had some of there burners around here (I am in MA) and quite a few Ray burners, there both in California. Petro was big, Iron Fireman, I remember seeing some Ace rotary burners, a lot of Preferred Utilities, some York rotary's. Industrial Combustion, Power Flame, not to many Websters, Gordon Piatt
  • Steve75Steve75 Posts: 1Member
    Anyone interested in these nameplates ? They are coming out very soon in the Toronto Canada area and may be available. These were coal, then oil and then gas. Plate on 1st one might be easy, 2nd one looks like whole door and front is the name plate. That would look great on a family room wall.

  • retiredguyretiredguy Posts: 131Member
    Wow, I would be right at home in this boiler room. These 2 were average age for the equipment that I serviced. The normal comment I heard was, "we are so glad that these state of the art units have lasted as long as they have but we hope that they will last a few more years".
  • jpf321jpf321 Posts: 1,562Member
    Here are a few trinkets from my old Fitzy (Fitzgibbons) .. when I get home, I'll snap a shot of the actual logo plates which I saved, but don't have pictures of right now.

    1-pipe Homeowner - Queens, NYC

    NEW: SlantFin Intrepid TR-30 + Tankless + Riello 40-F5 @ 0.85gph | OLD: Fitzgibbons 402 boiler + Beckett "SR" Oil Gun @ 1.75gph

    installed: 0-20oz/si gauge | vaporstat | hour-meter | gortons on all rads | 1pc G#2 + 1pc G#1 on each of 2 mains

    Connected EDR load: 371 sf venting load: 2.95cfm vent capacity: 4.62cfm
    my NEW system pics | my OLD system pics
  • smithclarkson01smithclarkson01 Posts: 1Member
    edited July 2019
    Very awesome.

    How do you get it back to default behavior where it only shows names (or bars) when in combat/engaged?
    Setting them to 0 makes them never show up at all.

    Also, setting these to 1 creates weird results in places like heist/bank missions:
  • Hvac_artisanHvac_artisan Posts: 15Member
    This is awesome!! I have a collection but it’s not displayed just stored for now.
  • dobro23dobro23 Posts: 63Member
    so i'm not the only weirdo?
  • Steve MinnichSteve Minnich Posts: 2,491Member
    Nice collection. Love the Ideal and Capitol tags!
    PHC News Columnist
    Minnich Hydronic Consulting & Design, LLC
  • HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
    Thanks for the feedback and pics. Some really nice and old ones and some I would like to have. Mine are all on display including gauges. When I have someone that can take and post pics.( I'm way behind tec of today) I'll share .
    Mean while send a WILLIAMS OIL A MATIC, TORRID HEAT last owned by Cleveland steel products and Hydro Pulse model by "HYDRO THERM"
  • HEATONHEATON Posts: 114Member
    Like to have nameplates of units i'v installed and neglected to save like Bock, Bard, Fitsgibbons, Laars, Crane,Troope, Eriese,Winkler, send me some for payment... JH
  • Intplm.Intplm. Posts: 1,028Member
    Just curious. That American Standard boiler that is coming out very soon.
    Is that a screw driver that is hovering near or on the first regulator on the gas train? And why is it there?
  • scottsen11scottsen11 Posts: 1Member
    edited October 2019
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  • smithclarkson1smithclarkson1 Posts: 1Member
    I've been searching all over to find the option to turn on NPC nameplates but no luck, I understand you can mouse over to see but in a large battle I'd like to see what I'm dealing with.
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