Dunkirk Hot Water Boiler for radiant heating

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  1. ballvalve

    ballvalve General Engineering Contractor

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    http://www.ecrinternational.com/secure/upload/document/2379.pdf

    If you would rather your dollars stay in the USA rather than disapper in Taiwan, here is a self cleaning rig made in the USA

    http://www.heatinghelp.com/product-of-the-month

    It seems in this economy we owe us [the US] the export of our dollars INTERNALLY.

    Want to keep the USA running eternally? Find the domestic replacement for the "Eternal"

    And before someone yells, its not a true comp to the Asian piece, but seek and ye shall find
     
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  2. Redwood

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  4. Tom Sawyer

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    Dunkirk is one of the oldest manufacturers of boilers in this country. Besides products with their own name, they have supplied castings to other manufacturers as well. There are not a lot of foundries left here anymore. I had the pleasure of spending some time at their booth at the trade show in Hershey. It looks like a good product and the price is right also.
     
  5. Redwood

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    For that matter add Utica, & Pennco in and call it the same company....
     
  6. ballvalve

    ballvalve General Engineering Contractor

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    Nice to see this back in honor of memorial day!
     
  7. Tom Sawyer

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    Weil McLain and H.B. smith also cast their own iron
     
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