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    Default Dunkirk Hot Water Boiler for radiant heating

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    These are pretty good too...

    http://www.triangletube.com/document...Literature.pdf

    If you want a built in tankless coil this is a good choice...

    http://www.triangletube.com/document...Literature.pdf
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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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
    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.
    For that matter add Utica, & Pennco in and call it the same company....

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    Nice to see this back in honor of memorial day!

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

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