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    Posted 5 years ago

    Bottlesjw
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    Kewanee boiler doors type C from kewanee Illinois made in yearly 1900's
    Not sure on the year but love to fine out.

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    1. lzenglish, 5 years ago
      Kewanee made boilers for over 130 years, starting in the late 1800's. They sold the name to another corporation around 2003. They were the best of the best in terms of Commercial Hydronic Heating Boilers, (imo). I will take a guess that yours doors are from the 1930-1950 time frame. Very Cool looking Pieces of History!
      http://www.burtonmech.com/kewanee-spec-sheets
      Wayne
    2. lzenglish, 5 years ago
      More on Kewanee:
      http://www.burtonmech.com/kewanee-parts/what-happened-to-kewanee-boiler
      Wayne



    3. Bottlesjw Bottlesjw, 5 years ago
      Ty Iznglish I will research
    4. Bottlesjw Bottlesjw, 5 years ago
      Iznglish I emailed Kewanee Historical Society and they will send me boiler info soon as they can the doors must likely came off of a boiler that's from 1910-1920
      Thanks for your info it got me there.
      kewaneehistory@kewanee.com
    5. lzenglish, 5 years ago
      Great! Let us know what you find out, and thanks for the link!
      Wayne

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